June 2019 Articles

Evening Standard posts £11.6m loss as it battles with advertising squeeze
Evening Standard posts £11.6m loss as it battles with advertising squeeze
The Evening Standard has reported a loss of almost £12m as it battles rising costs and a squeeze on revenue [...]
June 26, 2019
ITV bosses slammed over Jeremy Kyle Show lie detector tests
ITV bosses slammed over Jeremy Kyle Show lie detector tests
MPs have blasted “irresponsible” ITV bosses for using lie detector tests on The Jeremy Kyle Show without knowing how accurate [...]
June 25, 2019
Apple says Spotify exaggerated user fee claims
Apple says Spotify exaggerated user fee claims
Apple has responded to a complaint by Spotify to the EU commission, stating it only collects a fee on less [...]
June 25, 2019
Sky News scraps leadership debate after Boris Johnson snub
Sky News scraps leadership debate after Boris Johnson snub
Sky News today said it has cancelled its scheduled debate between the two remaining Tory leadership after Boris Johnson refused [...]
June 24, 2019
WPP confirms sale of post-production house The Farm Group to US rival
WPP confirms sale of post-production house The Farm Group to US rival
WPP has confirmed the sale of its TV and film post-production firm The Farm Group to LA-based rival Picture Shop. [...]
June 21, 2019
Creative advertising in crisis, industry warns
Creative advertising in crisis, industry warns
The advertising industry is suffering a crisis in creativity as both brands and industry awards pursue short-term targets, according to [...]
June 19, 2019
Premier League most active user of High Court in attempt to crackdown on copyright breaches
Premier League most active user of High Court in attempt to crackdown on copyright breaches
Football and music bodies are the most active users of the UK High Court as they try to crack down [...]
June 17, 2019
Vodafone taps up Onecom for partner deal
Vodafone taps up Onecom for partner deal
Onecom has today announced a deal with Vodafone UK – the telecoms giant’s largest ever signed partnership – which will [...]
June 16, 2019
Independent and Evening Standard could face probe over Saudi stakes
Independent and Evening Standard could face probe over Saudi stakes
The Independent and the Evening Standard could face an inquiry over public interest concerns after a mysterious Saudi investor took [...]
June 13, 2019
Podcast listeners outspend their peers, report finds
Podcast listeners outspend their peers, report finds
Podcast listeners outspend their peers by as much as 179 per cent, a new study has revealed, in a sign [...]
June 13, 2019
Sky to double investment after Chernobyl success
Sky to double investment after Chernobyl success
Sky has unveiled plans to double its investment in original programming as it looks to build on the success of [...]
June 12, 2019
Publishing platform Minute Media raises $40m in funding round
Publishing platform Minute Media raises $40m in funding round
Digital publishing platform Minute Media has raised $40m (£31m) in a funding round as it looks to ramp up its [...]
June 12, 2019
Channel 4 grows revenue as it doubles down on digital
Channel 4 grows revenue as it doubles down on digital
Channel 4 has posted a modest rise in revenue for the year as it looks to shift its focus to [...]
June 11, 2019
BBC to scrap free TV licence for millions of over-75s
BBC to scrap free TV licence for millions of over-75s
The BBC has announced it will scrap its blanket free TV licence scheme for over-75s and introduce a new, means-tested [...]
June 10, 2019