This month’s movers and shakers in the digital industry: OpenAmplify | Turner Classic Movies | AudienceScience | ADTECH | Search goes mobile | Quorn | atmAd | R.O.EYE | Mobile Fun | 192 | TagMan | Code Computerlove | Sports Revolution | Eloqua | Struq | Coca-Cola | Linkshare | Adconion | Prezzybox | smartclip … [Read more…]
The Honey Monster will re-appear on TV screens today in the first adverts for Honey Waffles in a campaign by Havas-owned media planning and buying agency, Arena Media.
Consumerchoices.co.uk, a leading provider of comparison sites and services, has launched a telecoms comparison service in partnership with PriceRunner.co.uk.
This week, the UK Government set out its plans to enforce the controversial Digital Economy Act, which gives them the power to send warning letters to web users who download content illegally. The plans however, involve copyright holders and ISPs footing the bill. Here’s some of the responses”
As part of a major shake-up in UK marketing regulation, UK firms will soon have to ensure content on their websites and social network pages comply with the same rules as their paid-for advertising. But how will this be policed? And with brand sites now carrying their own press releases and staff blogs, just what’s … [Read more…]
The UK Government has outlined its plans to enforce its new Digital Economy Act, aimed at cracking down on online piracy.
New research shows that despite the rise in online fraud with the recent Zeus Trojan stealing banking information from some 100,000 British people in the UK over the last month, consumer confidence remains high in online banking sites.
On the eve of the IBC Conference in Amsterdam Louise Kavanagh, Managing Director of the digital TV data specialists Apogee takes a step back as the UK approaches the final months of the digital switchover.
The online video advertising market is set to break records this Christmas quarter, according to a new report published by Web TV Enterprise.
Research from identity checking experts 192.com has revealed that 17% have been ‘ripped off’ online and 18% don’t feel safe using online classified advertising sites like Gumtree.