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38 Degrees publishes 'We heart NHS' ad in Guardian

21.11.14

News: The political activism organisation has placed a full page, cut-out ad in today's Guardian, urging people to support the NHS as MPs vote on Labour’s National Health Service (amended duties and powers) bill.

The Times partners with Channel 4 for ad break takeover

21.11.14

News: The tie-up will see a tailored version of The Unquiet Series film, 'Bearing Witness', aired across an entire ad break in Homeland this weekend.

MailOnline to rebrand as DailyMail.com in US

21.11.14

News: The Daily Mail announces that it will rebrand MailOnline as DailyMail.com to make the brand more marketable to advertisers in the US.

ABC online: MailOnline records 193m monthly browsers

20.11.14

Data: The latest ABC online figures, for October 2014, show MailOnline had a record number of monthly browsers, while all national titles recorded significant year on year growth.

Telegraph to host whisky event

20.11.14

News: Telegraph Bespoke is to host its first event, the Whisky Experience, bringing together industry experts for masterclasses and tastings.

Guardian Australia presents first Guardian Live

19.11.14

News: Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of Guardian News and Media, will address the state of global freedom and surveillance at Guardian Australia's first Guardian Live event.

News UK to discover how ad money spent across all media

19.11.14

News: The publisher strikes a deal with Standard Media Index (SMI), a system which aggregates real advertising expenditure directly from the booking systems of the world’s leading media agencies.

Guardian and Royal Court launch series of 'microplays'

18.11.14

News: Guardian journalists and Royal Court playwrights collaborate to create six state-of-the-nation microplays.

The Times teams up with Picturehouse

18.11.14

News: The Times and The Sunday Times' Unquiet Film Series will be featured during film trailers as part of the papers' sponsorship of Picturehouse Recommends magazine.

Lloyd Embley promoted to group editor-in-chief

18.11.14

News The editor of the Daily Mirror will now have overall editorial responsibility for Trinity Mirror’s regional brands as part of a senior management restructure.

The Sun launches Paper Perks

17.11.14

News: A new print loyalty scheme allows readers of The Sun to get access to offers such as 2-for-1 meal deals, beauty treats and holidays via a unique code printed in the back of the paper.

Shortlist for Guardian First Book Award announced

17.11.14

News: Now in its sixteenth year, the annual awards recognise the best new writing talent and are open to all first time writers whose work is in English or translated into English.

News UK's 'The Newsroom' launches with Iceland deal

14.11.14

News: The publisher's native ad unit The Newsroom launches its first campaign with native Iceland ads amplifying the supermarkets sponsorship of 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!'

Trinity Mirror appoints Andy Atkinson as commercial director

14.11.14

News: Formerly head of trading at Google’s YouTube, Atkinson joins Trinity Mirror Solutions as commercial director.

Telegraph launches new Living section

14.11.14

News: Available in this Sunday's edition of the paper (16 November), the new supplement features gardener Alan Titchmarsh and Blur's former bass guitarist Alex James as columnists.

The Sunday Times and Siemens launch native ad campaign

14.11.14

News: Siemens partners with The Sunday Times Magazine for a native ad campaign starring Philip Schofield, Gabby Logan and Alexander Armstrong, to raise awareness of its range of intelligent cookware.

Mirror and blinkbox Books in native partnership

13.11.14

News: Trinity Mirror Solutions signs a three-month branded content partnership with Tesco's ebook service, aiming to encourage people to take up ereading.

Westfield teams up with the Evening Standard

12.11.14

News: The shopping centre brand promotes its ‘The Christmas before Christmas’ campaign via the Evening Standard, including a weekly in-paper promotion as well as digital, social and video content and supporting editorial.

Tablet content and ads as memorable as print

12.11.14

News: News UK Commercial's neuroscience study reveals that print and tablet advertising deliver the same levels of engagement and memorability, challenging the view that platform drives behaviour rather than content.

Newspapers win Amnesty International Media awards

12.11.14

News: The Guardian takes home two awards, while both The Sunday Times Magazine's AA Gill and Marcus Bleasdale for The Telegraph Magazine win in their categories.

"We've never been stronger"

11.11.14

Blog: Rosemary Gorman, deputy group ad director at Mail Newspapers, speaks to BRAD Insight’s Jeremy Abbott about the success of MailOnline, digital developments and what print newspapers still have to offer.

ESI Media in two year deal with Asda

11.11.14

News: Asda will support The Independent on Sunday's Rainbow List, which honours the 101 most influential people in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

Guardian Labs partners with Beagle Street

11.11.14

News: The 'Happy for Life Project', in partnership with online life insurance company Beagle Street, will be hosted on the Guardian's Life & Style section and will run for four months.

Armistice Day cover wrap on The Times

11.11.14

News: An image of the poppies at the Tower of London wraps today's 'souvenir edition' of The Times.

Anne Shooter joins MailOnline as commercial editor

10.11.14

News: In her new position Shooter will oversee native advertising, ensuring that ads are engaging for readers while also meeting the commercial goals of advertising clients.

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