Outdoor advertising revenues were up slightly by 0.1% year on year in the first quarter of 2013, despite tough comparatives to the pre-London 2012 Olympics activity, thanks to digital revenues.
BT has been accused of having "double standards" following its complaints to regulator Ofcom over BSkyB's decision not to run its multimillion pound ad campaign promoting its new sports channels across its own sports portfolio.
Telegraph Media Group has introduced a metered paywall for its website for the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, joining the FT and The Times as major British newspapers asking readers to pay for their content.
Postar, the audience research body for outdoor advertising, has relaunched as Route following a £19m industry investment into a new out-of-home audience research system.
There were record numbers attracted to UK newspaper sites in January, led by Mail Online and The Guardian - where growth is being propelled by iPhone and Android apps and international expansion.
Northern & Shell is launching TV Pick, a 40p weekly listings magazine, which aims to take on the UK's biggest-selling magazines from next month.
Condé Nast's Glamour and Hearst's Good Housekeeping have topped the inaugural rankings of the combined print and digital magazine circulations, compiled by the Professional Publishers Association today.
The UK is among the world's Top 10 leading digital markets according to new comparisons of size, adoption and ad spend, compiled, for the first time, by ZenithOptimedia.
AdSmart, BSkyB's much anticipated ad targeting service, continues to capture the imagination of agencies ahead of its launch this summer.
Ofcom has awarded its local London TV licence to Evgeny Lebedev's London Evening Standard.