09 May 2013
Campaign's selection of media news and views of note in the week before 10 May 2013.
Telecoms operators EE, O2 and Vodafone have invested "tens of millions of pounds" in new joint venture Weve in an attempt to better position themselves against the likes of Facebook and Google in the emerging new mobile space.
03 Jul 2012
| by Rhys McLachlan
Two new competitors are set to battle for a share of the pay-TV market. Rhys McLachlan, business development director at Videology, says Google represents a real threat to YouView's viability.
TalkTalk is still the most complained about telecoms provider, following an increase in the number of complaints received from the previous quarter, according to Ofcom.
People in the UK use the internet more often and for more reasons than in other major countries, according to a new report which found UK customers are paying less for communications services than many other consumers across the world.
07 Dec 2011
| by Sarah Shearman
Microsoft has struck an exclusive deal with VivaKi to offer Starcom MediaVest Group and ZenithOptimedia clients pre-roll advertising inventory within entertainment apps on its gaming and entertainment platform Xbox Live.
25 May 2011
| by Ben Bold
Yahoo's digital ad that used an image of a speeding car as a visual metaphor for its "faster is funner" BT Mail must not appear again in its current form, after two people complained it encouraged dangerous driving.
Online has once again proved itself to be a resilient and increasingly attractive medium for UK advertisers, with double-digit growth in spend propelled by display in 2010.
Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and chief executive of WPP, expects News Corporation's bid to buy the 60.9% of satellite and cable operator BSkyB it does not already own, to be passed by the regulators.
The rapidly changing TV landscape may be driven by technology manufacturers, but it is up to media researchers to bring clarity about the new advertising opportunities available, according to Nigel Walley, Decipher's managing director.