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UK newsbrands hit the headlines on social media

22.08.14

Proof: UK newsbrands drove 133.5 million social media interactions in the first five months of 2014, according to Newsworks' analysis of Newswhip data. Downloadable charts available.

comScore: Newsbrands and mobile

15.08.14

Platforms: comScore research into the relationship between smartphone owners and newsbrands (based on a three month average to the end of June 2014).

Newsbrands and finance

31.07.14

Proof: Demonstrating how newsbrand readers invest more time, effort and, most importantly, money, into the financial sector.

Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2014

12.06.14

People: UK digital readership habits have more in common with Denmark and Finland than the US, according to the third annual Reuters Institute of Journalism Digital News Report 2014, which is co-sponsored by Newsworks. See below for special analysis of the report with a focus on UK newspaper brands.

LondonViews 3.0 - World Cup

23.05.14

People: ESI Media presents insights from its third LondonViews survey focusing on the World Cup and UK football.

Specsavers

Specsavers

Specsavers ad from the Creative Gallery

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Ford

Ford

Ford ad from the Creative Gallery

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Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer

M&S ad from the Creative Gallery

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Ambrosia

Ambrosia

Ambrosia ad from the Creative Gallery

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EE

EE

EE ad from the Creative Gallery

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BMW

BMW

BMW ad from the Creative Gallery

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comparethemarket.com

comparethemarket.com

comparethemarket.com ad from the Creative Gallery

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Aquafresh

Aquafresh

Aquafresh ad from the Creative Gallery

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