ID Comms' David Indo and Tom Denford started a weekly YouTube video show two years ago because prospective clients "didn't really respond to outbound marketing or cold-calling".
There have been 98 M&A deals involving artificial intelligence businesses so far this year, up a third on 2016 and double the number in 2015.
The agency model is in flux, clients want to handle media differently, and WPP is lagging behind new rivals. But Nick Emery is talking about 1997, not 2017.
Blackwood Seven, the artificial intelligence media agency, is to shut its London office just months after hiring its first UK staff.
Unilever has moved its global communications planning account to Mindshare from PHD without a review.
The boss of the IPA has suggested creative agencies do not need to worry about consulting and IT firms moving into marketing services.
The rise of artificial intelligence could seriously undermine the role of marketers in future, according to the UK marketing director of Just Eat.
Advertising growth at MailOnline offset print decline at parent company DMGT in the last 12 months and the website will be profitable in the new financial year.
Adidas is to put its estimated $300 million global media-buying account up for review.
Accenture Interactive is to be the global experience agency of record for Maserati with an all-encompassing role covering customer experience, brand, creative, content and programmatic media.
The UK head of Google has admitted the company's engineers and its leaders in California need to show they are doing "everything in our power" to tackle problems on YouTube.
Newspaper rivals News UK, The Guardian and The Telegraph have launched a premium marketplace for video advertising in a rare act of industry unity.
MediaCom has picked up the estimated £300m Vauxhall/Opel media account across Europe.
Rob Norman, who helped to build WPP's Group M into the world's biggest media buyer, is to retire as its chief digital officer.
Marshall Wace has become the second hedge fund to bet against WPP's shares in the space of two months.
One of Europe's biggest advertisers is taking its media strategy in-house and will no longer use just one large media agency for all its needs.
Trusted brands can now double down on their relationships with customers and advertisers to build everlasting value.
Chris Satterthwaite is to step down as chief executive of Chime after 15 years in charge.
The onus is on advertisers to demand changes to the media supply chain, and at last they are taking the lead.
If ITV had three aims with this year's advertising upfronts, it only got two out of three right, Campaign's head of media says.