The Advertising Standards Authority has forced Volkswagen Group UK to pull an Audi A3 mailer, which condones excessive speed and encourages irresponsible driving. The ad was created by Bartle Bogle Hegarty.
Veronis Suhler Stevenson released figures which show that more than half of all US media revenue in 2003 came from consumer spending rather than advertising, reflecting the popularity of services such as pay-per-view television and the internet.
National Lottery operator Camelot is to break with long-running partner Hasbro to launch a scratchcard lottery game with rival games-maker Mattel. The game, themed around Mattel’s boardgame Scrabble, will be launched next week supported by a television, print and poster ad campaign. The game will offer a top prize of £60,000. The ad campaign, which […]
95.8 Capital FM reported a loss of 200,000 listeners from its breakfast show during DJ Johnny Vaughan’s first quarter. He replaced Chris Tarrant in April (MW March 4). The Rajar figures for the quarter ending June 20 also showed that Heart 106.2 FM had gained 138,000 listeners for its breakfast show presented by Jono Coleman…
Jope is to retire from the FMCG business at the end of 2023, having led on a series of structural and strategic changes at the company since he took over in 2019.
As Aldi and Morrisons battle to be the UK’s fourth largest supermarket, both grocers are investing to keep their prices low amid the rising cost of living.
By focusing on a ‘cookieless’ future, we dwell on what advertising has lost, when there is much to gain by getting a head start with privacy-first practices.
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