The political class spectacularly failed to cover itself in glory last week after trying to turn the appalling deaths of six children at the hands of the vile Mick Philpott into something that should be viewed along the narrow divide of party lines. Nonetheless, there was some brief respite to be had...
07 Mar 2013
| by Ed Vaizey
The week begins with a visit to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It's an important part of the city's economy and they have built a new conference centre to accommodate it. More than 72,000 delegates from all over the world have turned up to talk all things mobile for something like four days.
Be prepared to come down with a bump. By the end of this weekend, it'll all be over.
Can you build a brand without TV? Yes, according to our cover feature; but it depends on the brand.
15 Mar 2011
| by Paul Armstrong and Claire Valoti
The ASA is now ready to pop a Cap in the ass of brands that mislead with owned and earned media. Mindshare's Paul Armstrong and Claire Valoti give a media agency view.
03 Mar 2011
| by Chris Locke
Chris Locke, UK trading director at Starcom MediaVest Group, considers what News Corporation's proposed move to take full ownership of BSkyB means for advertisers.
03 Mar 2011
| by Jeremy Lee
We are poised to undergo a televisual cultural renaissance not seen since Lord Clark catalogued the history of Western civilisation more than 40 years ago. And it will be happening on ITV.
09 Sep 2010
| by Simon Kershaw
When, gentle reader, does a reasonable review turn into a rant? Possibly right now. Excuse my French, but who gives a flying one for typography any more?
News Corporation owner's ambitions to take full control of Sky may face a determined challenge.