Clear Channel faces a "liberating" future after US parent company iHeartMedia filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to wipe out $10bn (£7.2bn) of debt.
A 'techlash' is brewing as governments, regulators and businesses scrutinise the world's biggest technology companies and hold them to account. But there is a risk that valid questions about the power of the online giants could lead to hostility towards technology itself.
Evgeny Lebedev has increased his control of the Evening Standard as part of a refinancing deal that has seen the company issue new shares.
Entertainment Film Distributors has moved its estimated £10m media planning and buying account to the7stars from MediaCom.
George Osborne has dropped London from the Evening Standard's masthead, introduced colour-coded sections, turned the business pages back to pink, and added emojis to the weather.
Keith Weed, Unilever's marketing chief, has thrown down the gauntlet to the tech giants and ad agencies as he seeks greater transparency and trust with online platforms.
Unilever has said its growing in-house creative agency, U-Studios, is now "faster and around 30% cheaper than external agencies", giving it savings it plans to reinvest in marketing.
Brands are under-investing in traditional media because they wrongly perceive that digital media is more effective at brand-building, according to a new report by Ebiquity for Radiocentre.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince has commissioned a huge advertising blitz to mark his visit to Britain.
Jen Smith, the former global creative director of Maxus, has left WPP to join Sally Weavers' communications strategy agency Craft.
Trinity Mirror is to rebrand as Reach to reflect how the publisher now owns more than 100 titles.
The owner of 8 Outdoor has won the backing of a Hong Kong-based investor to fund expansion in the UK digital out-of-home sector.
Sir Martin Sorrell has admitted WPP is facing both cyclical and structural pressures and has cut its long-term earnings growth target, sending the shares down as much as 14%.
Rachel Forde is to step down as UK chief executive of Spark Foundry after 20 years at parent company Publicis Groupe.
Ocean Outdoor is to float on the London stock market after its private equity owner, Searchlight, sold to new investors, Ocelot Partners, in a £200m deal.
Creative Access is appealing to the UK ad industry to do more to mentor people from BAME backgrounds after they have got onto the first rung of the career ladder.
Estée Lauder Company is reviewing its media-buying account across most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
PHD has named two heads of planning to handle short-term performance marketing and long-term brand-building respectively.
Channel 4's first series of Great British Bake Off and the two stars of Netflix's The Crown are among the nominations for the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2018.
New start-up Truth is one of five media agencies that are set to pitch for the UK government's £140m ad-buying account.