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YouTube
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17/03/2015
YouTube is reported to be preparing to launch a new subscription-based video on-demand (VOD) service that will allow users to watch unlimited videos without ads for a set monthly fee.
YouTube
News item
24/02/2015
Google has introduced a new YouTube app that is tailored towards its youngest users, featuring a more child-friendly design and content from some of the world's most popular kids shows.
Blog entry
10/02/2015
Jamie Fraser of video ad tech company Unruly, discusses the 5 most popular adverts in the UK during January, including a lost dog, a giant-sized Pacman and the weirdest Brady Bunch episode ever.
Pinterest
News item
26/01/2015
Pinterest has unveiled plans to improve its ad offering by sharing more user data with advertisers to help them create more targeted promotions.
Blog entry
23/01/2015
David Bird, Insights Analyst at the Weather Channel takes a look at how Christmas retail sales were affected by the good weather and the growing importance of multi-channel.
The Guardian
News item
22/01/2015
The Guardian has been named as the most popular newspaper in the UK among users of Twitter, with the publication generating more tweets than any of its rivals.
Blinkbox
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12/01/2015
TalkTalk has confirmed it is set to phase out the Blinkbox brand and use its newly-acquired streaming service to boost its existing TV offerings.
News item
12/12/2014
E3’s campaign for Kia and Reevoo takes first place in the IAB’s Creative Showcase for November.
Blog entry
04/12/2014
David Waterhouse, global head of content at marketing technology Unruly, discusses the 5 most popular adverts in the UK during November, including John Lewis’s Monty The Penguin.
News item
26/11/2014
Today (26 November), the ASA has published an adjudication where the regulator has upheld a complaint against Mondelez. Mondelez had commissioned a series of video bloggers – or ‘vloggers’ as they’re commonly referred to – to produce content for the Oreo brand.

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