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Opinion piece
13/07/2015
"I wouldn’t say traditional media is dead, but it is very interesting the way social media is so widely consumed and how important it is in trying to reach people,” remarked Michael Antwi, social media producer at Arsenal Football Club and judge at this year’s
News item
08/07/2015
The top 100 YouTube multi-channel networks (MCNs) have a collective valuation of nearly $10 billion (£6.49 billion), according to new research by Ampere Analytics.
Opinion piece
07/07/2015
David Waterhouse, of video ad tech company Unruly, discusses the 5 most popular adverts in the UK during June, including a tearjerker from Toyota, YouTube’s ode to LGBT Pride and the unbreakable bond between man and puppy.
Opinion piece
15/06/2015
David Waterhouse, of video ad tech company Unruly, discusses the 5 most popular adverts in the UK during May, including selfie-stick satire from Pizza Hut, a geek-tastic gadget from Samsung and some big, big news about FIFA 16.
Opinion piece
15/06/2015
Awards juries are mysterious things. What really goes on behind their closed doors? The Drum's Cameron Clarke finds out.
News item
04/06/2015
Digital technology is set to drive a four-year boom in the entertainment and media (E&M) market, according to a new report by accountancy firm PwC.
News item
18/05/2015
Twitter teams up with The London Design Festival to launch a design challenge.
Opinion piece
18/05/2015
Stuart Aitken, Lead Content Strategist at DigitasLBi, introduces a new whitepaper and social research study which shine a light on digital activity in the run up to the 2015 General Election.
Opinion piece
13/05/2015
David Waterhouse, of video ad tech company Unruly, discusses the 5 most popular adverts in the UK during April, including an illuminating safety message from Volvo, an ad from Pandora that will make your heart weep and a video that is arguably the best thing to happen during the General Election.
Press release
07/05/2015
Political parties “digitally naïve” in how they’re using social media to galvanise voter support. Harnessing dark social could provide up to 50% more audience.

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