Covid-19 has accelerated an industry shift towards freelancing and independent work and highlighted some key challenges for creative production, according to new research into the creative production industry.
Cadbury and VCCP have launched ‘Cadbury Worldwide Hide’ – a virtual Easter egg hiding experience where consumers can hide an Easter egg anywhere in the world for someone they love.
Reach has signed a three-year agreement with data specialist BlueVenn, which will see the publisher adopt BlueVenn’s award-winning Customer Data Platform and CRM software.
The National Football League (NFL) is close to signing a new rights deal that could see Amazon ‘carry many games’ exclusively on its Prime Video streaming service, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Shutterstock has launched “All The Best Artists,” its first artist-focused brand campaign that seeks to highlight the diverse talent within its global community of 1.6 million creators.
The vast majority (75%) of senior marketing decision makers feel restricted in their creative endeavours by boardroom executives.
Over half of Brits (55%) would choose streaming services versus broadcast linear TV (45%) if they could keep only one, according to new research.
Renault and Publicis Conseil has produced two different global campaigns to promote its ZOE electric car.
Twitter is planning to launch a new “super follow” feature which will let account holders charge for exclusive additional content.
Genealogy service MyHeritage has launched a Deep Nostalgia” feature to bring the past to life, make it appear as though individuals in old photos are looking around, blinking, and even smiling.
Washing brand Vanish has launched Rewear Edit, a fashion shoot created entirely from clothing waste. Featuring recycled looks curated by renowned stylist Miranda Almond, against a backdrop of 3.5 tonnes of clothing waste – the same amount discarded every five minutes in the UK.
Facebook is to restore news to Australian pages on its platform after the government agreed to change its landmark media bargaining code that would force the social network and Google to pay for displaying news content.
Spotify is launching in 85 new markets, including areas in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, reaching a further billion people.
Joshua Schachter, founder of the phenomenon, Delicious, speaks to Aaron Dinin about how he came up both social bookmarking and hashtags mainly by accident, and how he managed to sell his company to Yahoo! after just eight months in the business.
Since the 90s, mobile technology has transformed the way we live and also the way we work. Computer Futures we have taken a nostalgic walk down memory lane, merging today’s well-known apps with available technology 30 years ago.
In 2020, the FTSE Media sector set a new annual record for the number of profit warnings issued in a year with 81% attributed to COVID-19, according to data from the latest EY Profit Warnings Report.
Stereotypes in media and advertising are contributing to the severe mental health issues facing younger men: nearly two-thirds (64%) of UK males aged 18-34 think negative male representation in advertising does real psychological damage, according to new research.
Facebook has blocked Australian media organisations and users from sharing news content on the platform, following a row between tech firms and the Australian government over licensing payments.
Green & Black has launched a new campaign showcasing its organic ingredients with an advert featuring rugged, untamed nature.
News consumption and politics: Left leaning sites grew in popularity in US swing states during election
Left-leaning news sources were considerably more popular than right-leaning outlets in US ‘swing states’ in the run up to the 2020 presidential election, new data can reveal.