14 Mar 2013
The trade body operates alongside other RadioCentre teams in what is the medium's UK nerve centre, Simon Redican writes.
15 Nov 2012
| by Simeon Adams
With the golden anniversary of the Media Business Course a year away, it is gratifying to see it in such rude health.
To state the bleeding obvious, we re in the grip of a punishing recession. Recruitment, headcount and staff training are often the first ports of cull for agencies in turbulent times....
What do Stewart Easterbrook, Steve Parker, Chris Locke, Iain Jacob, Hal Pearson, John Davidson, Ian James, Jim Kite, Nigel Waring, Matt Blackborn and Richard Law have in common? The answer is that they all form the management team of Starcom MediaVest Group and they are all men. Since Matt James...
24 May 2011
| by Bob Willott
Behind the brouhaha surrounding the public issue of shares in LinkedIn there are some simple financial facts that need to be kept in mind, writes Bob Willott.
20 Feb 2009
| by Graham Lee
To be successful in this market, online agencies must be looking at all other avenues of the "buzz generation" like organic word-of-mouth campaigns, supporting audio and video content, social networking platforms, more traditional support and that darling of social media, Twitter -- however, we must...
12 Sep 2008
| by Jonathan Webb
The UK already has one of the most crowded and advanced TV markets in the world, and the rest of our digital landscape is also bewilderingly complex, writes Jonathan Webb, managing director of Virgin Media Television.
11 Mar 2008
| by David Lloyd
Some people suggest that podcasting is 'radio' while others argue, often quite loudly, that it really is not, writes David Lloyd, programming and marketing director of Virgin Radio.
22 Oct 2007
| by Stephen Foster
LONDON - For years David Arculus was number two to Robin Miller at Emap, leaving in frustration in 1997 as Miller declined to step down as CEO.