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Toptable: Orange trials ad format

Orange trials new Toptable 'Spot Click' ad format

LONDON - Telecoms operator Orange has become the first major advertiser to use the new "Spot Click" ad format on

Virgin Media: selects Experian's Marketswitch Optimization software for DM task

Virgin Media chooses Experian software for DM task

LONDON - Entertainment and communications company Virgin Media has implemented Experian's Marketswitch Optimization software to improve its customer contact strategy.

Telephone marketing: fine increases for silent callers

Automated 'silent' telephone calls will carry up to £2m fine

LONDON - The Government has promised to significantly hike the maximum fine for companies that cause distress to consumers through

Cyrus Vantoch-Wood: creative director

R/GA ramps up social media capability

NEW YORK - New York-based full-service digital agency R/GA has expanded its social media offering with two senior appointments as

SunTalk: host Jon Gaunt

SunTalk named press digital innovation of the year

LONDON - The Sun newspaper's radio station SunTalk was named the digital innovation of the year at the British Press

Darling: some support for small businesses and entrepreneurs

Budget 2010: Chancellor favours small businesses

LONDON - Small businesses and entrepreneurs look set to benefit from this year's Budget, after the Chancellor outlined a number

Gordon Brown: defends £6 internet levy

Prime minister Gordon Brown defends £6 internet levy

LONDON - Prime minister Gordon Brown has today defended plans to add an additional £6 charge per phone line across

Berlingske Tidende: Danish Mecom title

Mecom sets out ambitious digital revenue targets

LONDON - David Montgomery, the chief executive of European newspaper group Mecom, has set the company a series of digital

FlashForward: Five series gets HD launch

Five HD to launch on Sky

LONDON - Five's high definition channel Five HD will launch on Sky in July this year.

38 Degrees: campaigns to stop the proposed Bill

Opposition mounts to 'rushed' Digital Economy Bill

LONDON - Opponents to the Government's plans to bring the Digital Economy Bill into law before the election are mounting


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