London - Will Lewis, the editor in chief and digital managing director of Telegraph Media Group is parting company with the publisher in a "mutual decision" following frustration with his top-secret new digital enterprise based in Euston, according to sources.
LONDON - As tobacco companies prepare a legal challenge to government plans to require retailers to move cigarettes under the counter, few people believe such a move will stop young people smoking, according to the latest BR Video.
LONDON - Newsweek, the embattled news magazine, has been officially put up for sale by owner Washington Post Company, following sustained advertising and circulation losses.
05 May 2010
| by Staff
LONDON - The Labour Party has received a last-minute online boost as a "barnstorming" speech by Gordon Brown on Monday became the most-watched video on YouTube in the UK.
LONDON - The Nielsen Company has appointed former AOL Europe director of insights and sales strategy, Andrew Bradford, to the role of vice-president of client consulting, media, for its European online division.
LONDON - Outdoor media owner Ratcliffe Fernley Media has refused to carry an ad for IllicitEncounters.com, the dating website for married people, because it was too controversial.
If there is one thing that really has changed this time round, it is the election campaign itself.
LONDON - Public service broadcaster Channel 4 has called in management consultants Boston Consulting Group to review its 175-strong sales operation.
LONDON - Music magazine NME is taking on MySpace by launching a social media platform that will allow bands and individuals to create profiles to showcase their music.
LONDON - Airline brand bmi is to expand its presence on social media platforms, as the parent company Lufthansa looks to overhaul its marketing strategy.