TalkTalk is to sponsor Channel 4’s Celebrity Big Brother, which starts on January 6. The deal follows TalkTalk’s sponsorship of Big Brother 5 and will also see Carphone Warehouse’s landline company sponsor the first Big Brother Panto, which launches next week on E4.
Standard Lite, Associated Newspaper’s free lunchtime newspaper for London, has launched but missed its given availability time of 11.30am by 30 minutes. It’s believed the delay was due to heavy traffic and teething problems
CVC Capital Partners has denied it is readying a bid for Trinity Mirror, the newspaper group headed by chief executive Sly Bailey…
The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham is seeking a marketing and development director. The role involves responsibility for setting strategy and developing the identity of the venue.
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Pinterest collaborated with users to develop its AR make-up product, a sign says marketing boss Louise Richardson of the social media platform understanding the responsibility that comes with innovation and the need to add real customer value.
Bill evaluation platform Ismybillfair is launching its first major TV push in partnership with ITV, as it looks to capitalise on the “mass appeal” of its offering and take on the market leaders.
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