The marketing and commerce event Millennial 20:20 has undergone a rebrand. James Wright spoke to co-founder Rupa Ganatra about the "FUTR" and what the main theme's of this year's event were.
How can brands in the West crack the biggest market in the East? There are many barriers to entry but the opportunities are huge. CNBCs James Wright spoke to Jonathan Smith and Andrew Chang at Hot Pot Digital to find out more.
Once upon a time you got cable TV for the TV, but now do cable operators hold the trump card when it comes to broadband. Great news for OTT services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, but is that bad news for cable firms. CNBCs James Wright gets the views of Matthias Kurth at Cable Europe.
The EUs data protection rules begin in just a few weeks. What does a US based marketer think about it? Doug McPherson at OpenX gives us this thoughts.
What works in the developed world might not be so successful in places like Africa and Asia says Upstream’s Guy Krief
In the world of cable, the bundle is king. But are deals combining TV, Phone, Broadband and Mobile the way forward? Paul Farrell of Virgin Media Ireland gives us his take.
Viacom’s James Currell speaks to CNBC’s James Wright about the future of pay TV and the role of OTT
More than 180 of the most senior female ad executives in North America have formed Time's Up Advertising, an anti-harassment campaign and legal aid fundraiser.
Experts believe the show 'Westworld' brings up the ethical issue of how we are expected to treat robots, especially as we make them more human-like.
An advertisement prompting British businesses to "leave post-Brexit fears behind" and move to Normandy in France has been banned by London's transport authority
Chris Lammers at CableLabs talks to CNBC's James Wright about technology in the cable and how the arrival of 5G may impact the market.
Children in 21 countries are being exposed to promotions by tobacco companies, with cigarettes and advertising appearing close to schools
CNBC's James Wright spoke to Viacom's Christian Kurz who looked at what happens when you deny 16000 people of 7 days of television.
For $50,000 you can clone your dog.
Innovative products and more effective marketing will be priorities for Lego this year, after it published poor 2017 results on Tuesday.
PARIS, March 6- France's competition authority may open investigations into Facebook and Google "in the next few months" after an in-depth examination concluded the pair dominate the French online advertising market. "What is clear is the overwhelmingly dominant position of Google and Facebook," president of the French competition body, Isabelle de Silva, said.
PARIS, March 6- France's competition authority is considering opening up antitrust investigations into the country's online advertising market following an initial, one-year preliminary examination. The regulator mentioned the dominance of tech giants Facebook and Alphabet's Google on the market and will decide upon potential investigations "over...
Fake news joins terrorism, hate speech and child exploitation among advertiser concerns on social media.
Lower prices and the great outdoors are convincing some of the tech community to head to Bend, Oregon.
Brand USA has launched America's Musical Journey, featuring Morgan Freeman and Aloe Blacc. MMM speaks to CMO Tom Garzilli, Aloe Blacc and director of the IMAX film, Greg MacGillivray.