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Global Radio to launch national commercial news and politics network

Google patents 'pay-per-gaze' advertising system

Proposed technology would track when individuals see an advert as well as guaging their emotional response via pupil dilation

Smartbin makers turn off smartphone trackers

Renew CEO Kaveh Memari describes the project as "a pilot with extremely limited, encrypted, anonymous/aggregated data"

Facebook said they were 'upset and embarrassed'

Facebook's 'Story Bump' will reward clicks and clickfarms

New changes will promote popular stories, but what about brands who buy their popularity?

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Facebook planning to sell TV-style ads in your newsfeed for $2.5m

15-second adverts could be directly placed into users' news feeds 'no more than three times a day'

Film director Kevin Smith's new film Tusk is inspired by a viral Gumtree advert

Bizarre Gumtree walrus lodger advert inspires Kevin Smith to make $3m Hammer Horror film

Filming of Tusk is intended to start in Los Angeles in September

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Shock ‘n’ roll… radio DJs Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity dropped after ad boycott

America’s two biggest shock jocks just got a shock of their own. In a major blow to their broadcasting dominance, the second-largest radio station owner in the US is said to be dropping both Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity from its airwaves.

Facebook's quarterly results reveal huge surge in advertising revenues

Facebook shares soar as advertising is made to pay

Ad sales over £1bn in quarter for first time as overall revenues up more than 53%

Intern is a new independent print magazine focused on the intern culture of the creative industries

Intern magazine: how to make your own publicity and land a job

This week saw the launch of new magazine, Intern, funded by almost £5,000 of Kickstarter donations.

Royal baby branding goes bonkers: From the creative to the cringey

The announcement that Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge 'was delivered of' a son on Monday had followed nine months of frenzied media attention, wild speculation and column inches across the globe.

Google's new ads for Gmail masquerade as regular emails

Latest example of 'native ads' jump straight into your inbox

Google surprise setback as UK sales start to slow

Google has suffered a surprise slowdown in the UK, with revenues falling for the first time in eight quarters.

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Google, Microsoft and Yahoo target piracy sites by blocking ad revenue

New 'best practices' outlined by the IAB would block adverts from appearing alongside illegal content

Recovery hopes hit by shrinking factory output

The worst month for Britain’s manufacturers since January and a widening trade deficit gave a reality check to recovery hopes today following a raft of upbeat news.

UK tech sector's seal of approval as Carlos Slim buys into Shazam

The Mexican telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim, the world's richest man, has spent $40m (£26m) on a stake in the British mobile app company Shazam, in a major vote of confidence in the UK's technology industry.

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