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16.08.18

Emma Tucker: Digital Monopolies Are Like The Wild West  

Social media platforms must be reined in and held to account, to prevent the online ecosystem acting as the 'wild west', The Times' deputy editor Emma Tucker has said.  In a wide-ranging interview on the Media Masters po...

16.08.18

Lloyd Embley To Speak At Society of Editors Conference 

Lloyd Embley, group editor-in-chief of the Mirror titles, will deliver a keynote address at the Society of Editors conference in November, joining Paul Dacre and Katharine Viner as speakers at the event. Mr Embley, group editor since 2014...

15.08.18

Publishers Voice Fears For Press Freedom After BBC Drops Cliff Richard Appeal

Publishers have voiced fears for press freedom and the principles of open justice after the BBC announced yesterday that it would not be appealing the judgment in the Sir Cliff Richard case.  Responding to the announcement, the Ne...

15.08.18

Beale: Press May Have Its Day Again

Creative agencies must once again commit to the “craft of print advertising” as advertisers looking to invest in quality and effective environments start to reinvest in the medium, Campaign global editor-in-chief Claire Beale has sai...

09.08.18

Mars Latest Advertiser To Pull YouTube Spend Over Brand Safety Fears

Mars has become the latest major advertiser to pull advertising from YouTube over concerns around brand safety.  The confectionery giant announced the move after one of their brands was shown alongside drill rap music videos which have...