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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.
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.
Sally Cowdry is poised to step down as marketing and consumer director of Camelot, following last month's departure of chief executive Andy Duncan.
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.
Advertising and marketing chiefs from the UK's biggest media owners, agencies and brands turned out in force to celebrate the return of the Media Week Annual.
Only 54% of UK businesses believe they are on course or ahead of their plans to be ready for GDPR by 26 May 2018, the DMA has found.
Online video content is no longer a second-rate sports strategy, writes Brave Bison's chief creative officer.
Imagination's chief executive of EMEA Patrick Reid has been promoted to the post of group chief executive.
Jo Hagger, managing director at Possible UK, interviewed Ronan Harris, vice-president and managing director of the UK and Ireland at Google, ahead of his appearance at Wacl's Gather conference today.
Philip Green will launch a bid to rescue the Australian Topshop business, after its local franchise partner fell into insolvency.
Shares in Nintendo have hit a seven-year high, after the company's latest games machine, the Nintendo Switch, beat sales expectations.
The co-founder of TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris moves into the role of creative chairman.
Steve Aldridge, the chairman and creative partner at Partners Andrew Aldridge who co-founded the agency 18 years ago, is leaving the business to start a new venture.
SodaStream's commercial director explains why the brand has used shock tactics to spread its message of ditching plastic bottles.
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.
The growth of Unilever's purpose-driven brands should lay to rest the argument that there is a conflict between profit and purpose, says Becky Willan, the managing director of strategic and creative brand purpose agency Given.
While we obsess about the power of technology and 'big bang' moments, history shows that human nature hasn't changed. It's the little differences that have the most dramatic effect, whether it is climatology or communications, Richard Shotton argues.
After a raft of ads that have come under criticism for consumers for being tasteless, John Tylee investigates whether brands are taking the concept of "purpose" too far.

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