Chrysalis Radio is preparing to launch the first radio “super region”, when it rebrands East Midlands station Century 106 as Heart 106. The new station, which launches on August 26, will sit beside the existing Heart 100.7 in the West Midlands. The group says the combined stations will create the largest single independent local radio […]
Belhaven, the Scottish pub and brewing group, has agreed to an offer, worth Â£254m, from Greene King, the acquisitive pub owner and brewer.
Whirlpool, the white goods company, has bought rival company Maytag for $1.7bn (&£943m) following a bidding war against private equity company Ripplewood. Maytag had agreed a deal with Ripplewood and has been forced to pay $40m (&£22m) to terminate the deal.
Naked Communications has won the strategic media planning brief for the Financial Services Authority following a four-way pitch against Rocket, Mediaedge/CIA and Zenith Optimedia. COI Communications handled the pitch.
MonsterMob, the British mobile phone provider of ringtones and games, has agreed to buy Chinese rival ATOP Century for &£55m. MonsterMob is expected to gain access to 1.25 million new subscribers through the deal.
Michael Buerk’s comments regarding the feminisation of society have caused a stir among the politically correct, but this doesn’t mean they are not accurate
Advertising-funded TV programming offers marketers a unique way to convey brand values through content that the target market will actively seek out, says Mark White
Many marketers view training courses as outdated, irrelevant and time-consuming. Though this perception is understandable, training courses shouldn’t be instantly dismissed, says Matt Drought
Circulation figures for the first six months of the year prove that the appetite for new magazines has not been satiated yet, but some well-established titles are showing the strain. By Sonoo Singh
Each year increasing numbers of consumers are ditching their 35mms for digital models, but thanks to support from a surprising corner – the disposable camera – the old technology looks here to say.
The Butlins brand may be well known and trusted, but it is also entrenched in the past. A new hotel is set to put an end to that. By Jonathan Harwood
August is upon us, and for those of us that used all of our holiday entitlements by the end of February, this means long balmy afternoons with nothing to do, stuck in the office, desperately thinking of new ways to skive while workmates are lying on a beach somewhere exotic. This lack of anything to […]