Coverage of the Covid Inquiry has been less than adequate thanks to Johnson-friendly outlets doing his PR for him.
The reason fraud proliferates is that as an industry we don’t take the available steps to mitigate. Time for a New Year’s Resolution.
Partner content: Jicmail’s director of data leadership and learning lays out the key learning from its recent Future of Media session with VirginMedia02.
If the programmatic market resembles a car boot sale, as the latest ANA study suggests, then a more robust approach by advertisers and a flight to quality of execution should enhance the market’s status.
Both are still huge but are becoming increasingly fragmented. AI is yet another challenge for a divided industry.
…but you won’t remember the meeting you missed if for. Holding true to your values is not just for Christmas, it’s for life, writes Nicola Kemp.
Are humans or AI smart enough to do contextual targeting well? ITV and Sky certainly hope so, judging from their advertising upfronts, writes the editor.
What can we learn from the recent ad for Charlie’s Bar in Enniskillen about how ads can reflect the mood of a nation and tackle difficult subjects?
The irony of the future of TV is that we’ve now come full circle: we’re once again in a landscape where some content is free and some is paid for, and that’s a good thing.
Twitter is too small to have such a big mouth calling the shots, writes the editor.
Between a rise in anti-Semitism on TikTok and X and a pledge for more of the same from News Corp, brands should vote with their feet in pursuit of more positive contexts for their ads.