Vodafone top marketers and Ogilvy & Mather's creative chief explain why the brand chose actor Martin Freeman and went back to using a celebrity in its advertising for the first time in over a decade.
People want security, but advances in tech mean everything moves at a relentless pace. This is the conundrum facing political parties, says a former head of press at No10.
With so much opportunity in women's football, why aren't brands making the most of it, asks the head of Copa90.
When this account manager isn't listening to Apple Music playlists, he's kicking it old-school with vinyl records and paper books.
Ogilvy Chicago's James Hidden shares his tips for agency folk thinking of relocating to the US and explains why he's embracing the American dream.
BuzzFeed's food platform Tasty has evolved from gimmicky food porn to a brand exploring every angle of food culture - and it has built an audience that brands are starting to notice.
Campaign's weekly round-up of account moves across advertising and media.
The founders of production company Fat Lemon have completed a management buy-out from the Jamie Oliver Group.
Actor Martin Freeman plays a rude wedding guest in Vodafone's first integrated ad campaign by Ogilvy & Mather.
The Hobbit and Sherlock star Martin Freeman plays a rude wedding guest in Vodafone's first integrated ad campaign since the telecoms giant moved its UK ad business to Ogilvy & Mather earlier this year.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has called the battle against authoritarianism, isolationism and nationalism "the struggle of our time" in a speech at Harvard University.
Five key takeaway trends about the future of fashion, retail and technology, from the Decoded Fashion London Summit 2017.
New regulations on payday loan providers have come into force, following an investigation into the sector by the Competition and Markets Authority that concluded in 2015.
Social video experts at Be On review "The day Shazam forgot", the latest viral from Shazam.
Burberry's latest results reveal a brand trying to streamline while remaining rooted to its audience's desires, says Sarah Baumann, deputy chief executive, Leo Burnett
This week, Richard Poustie, the chief executive of Kantar Media UK & Ireland, presents new research at Media360 and goes to band practice ahead of a James Bond-themed party.
Brazil's 98FM lets bikers hijack its airwaves to keep oblivious drivers at bay.
Surprising research from the streaming service finds people prefer laughter with their breakfast cereal.
A social campaign by Walkers Crisps asking fans to submit selfies which are then inserted into a video with ambassador Gary Lineker has gone awry, with several Twitter users sending in photos of notorious criminals.
Opponents of Republican Greg Gianforte lost no time in using his own words against him in an eleventh hour spot.
The biggest changes to AI in the past year, by SapientRazorfish's data and artificial intelligence lead
Ad revenues have moved back into growth at the publisher of the Daily Mail since the start of 2017, as the decline in print "eased a little" and MailOnline grew strongly in the US.
The co-founder of TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris moves into the role of creative chairman.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is portrayed in full Kiss makeup as part of the i newspaper's satire of UK political leaders in its general election campaign.
There's no need to fear how artificial intelligence, programmatic and other technologies are disrupting the media landscape. Instead, we should welcome challenges to the status quo and old habits, Sue Unerman explains.