New Digital Age highlights some of the best stories you should read across the media, marketing, and advertising press.
If 2021 was about domestic travel, 2022 may be the year of the “bucket list” trip. This is one of the biggest trends that travel insiders expect this year.
In the seven months since Lina Khan took over as chair of the Federal Trade Commission, there’s been a cold war brewing between several of the largest technology companies and regulators.
An app marketed towards “females” has faced a barrage of online criticism for excluding transgender women with its use of artificial intelligence.
TikTok has announced the launch of new brand safety and suitability solutions that will be integrated into its Ad Manager.
The BBC has dropped its first Winter Olympics campaign close to the wire with the debut of its first promotion for the low-temperature multi-sport event just 10 days before the games kick-off in Beijing.
TikTok has issued a pointed reminder to Australian politicians that political advertising of any kind is forbidden on the platform after it emerged that a marketing agency had been offering payments of $300 for videos criticizing prime minister Scott Morrison.
Rising inflation and energy price increases have dampened consumers’ confidence in January, but marketers are warned to “hold firm”.
Google has warned of a “devastating” impact on the internet if a court ruling that the search giant is liable for defamatory material contained in hyperlinked pages is not overturned.
As some publishers refrain from returning to in-person events just yet, they are employing their virtual events to aid another direct revenue source: subscriptions.
Britain’s services economy has stood strong in the face of the re-emergence of curbs on daily life in a bid to clamp down on the Omicron variant, reveals a closely watched survey released today.
New multimillion-pound brand campaign including TV work expected this spring. Goodstuff working on media.
‘House of Disney+’ showcases the array of content available to watch on the streaming platform.
M&C Saatchi and the Department for Education aim to help young people decide on their next steps.
The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) has released a freely available guide to diversity and representation in media planning and buying.