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Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand Relaunches Music Site

Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand Relaunches Music Site

by James on January 25, 2016

  • Sainsbury’s Entertainment Music relaunches with over 20 million tracks and 2.5 million albums
  • Customers can use Nectar points to instantly buy music for first time
  • Revamped site now optimised for mobile

Unveiled today, Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand’s new-look music site offers customers more music choice than ever before, with over 20 million tracks and 2.5million albums available for download as high quality MP3s. [more…]

Best future technology in 2016 .. Video .. Madhumita Murgia

by Will Corry on January 1, 2016

As technology continues to evolve and become a bigger part of our everyday lives, it’s exciting to see what the future holds for tech products and their development.

Covering categories such as Productivity, Entertainment and Connectivity, the Telegraph’s Head of Technology Madhumita Murgia shares her top five picks for futuristic products and devices set to be released in 2016.

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Firestone hopes that music will be the food of love for motorists across the UK / Reading Festival

by Will Corry on April 8, 2015

Firestone hopes music tour will hit right note with motorists

Firestone hopes that music will be the food of love for motorists across the UK, after revealing plans to re-launch the historic brand at Reading Festival as part of a summer tour.

As announced at the Geneva Motor Show, Firestone will reach out to its young-at-heart target audience through the Firestone Music Tour, an original sponsorship programme with a laid-back feel for major music festivals across Europe in Spain, Germany, France, Poland, Italy and the UK.

For more information about Firestone’s portfolio of products and its summer music tour visit www.firestone.eu and its Facebook page  www.facebook.com/FirestoneEurope

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10 creative wins on Twitter including @Heineken, ‘The Order 1886’, @paddypower and @KitKat

by Will Corry on March 10, 2015

This month we have a great selection of campaigns on Twitter that highlight the range of creativity and approaches taking place on the platform.

By Gordon Macmillan (@gordonmacmillan),

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New site : Sony, Nissan and The Potato Council among the first brands to take advantage of new MSN’s advertising capabilities as the site goes live in the UK

by Will Corry on October 4, 2014

Microsoft unveils UK launch advertiser brands for all-new MSN

Sony, Nissan and The Potato Council among the first brands to take advantage of new MSN’s advertising capabilities as the site goes live in the UK

Microsoft today announces general availability of the all-new msn.com in the UK, a platform combining the engagement of an app with the reach of the web. As part of the launch, Sony Mobile, Nissan and The Potato Council are taking first position on the new platform that brings new content and functionality experiences to consumers and builds on Microsoft Advertising’s cross-device storytelling capabilities.

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/

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Video : We dive deep into the number one story at the Winter Olympics – toilets

by Will Corry on February 8, 2014

We had to cover this important story. Here are the Sochi toilet rules: Sit up straight. No back-splashing. No puking. No hovering. No fishing. No spiking. Again staying on the toilet theme we found this video report.

Getting to...the bottom of things. @JayOnrait@fs1otoole dive deep into the#Sochi2014 toilet situation: foxs.pt/1izfWlz [more…]

TVPlayer tablet app streams BBC, ITV, C4, Channel 5 and 20 legal free channels

by Will Corry on February 1, 2014

TVPlayer offers UK television license holders the opportunity to legally watch live UK channels within a single free app. TVPlayer can be watched online at TVPlayer and also can be downloaded for free from the App Store and the Amazon Appstore.

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Videos : Sensual commercials from the 1970s – Southwest Airlines Hostesses Hotpants Ad 1972

by Will Corry on October 25, 2013

Via DailyMan40 Ah, the 1970s! Too often sadly remembered as the Age of Disco this decade fills us with memories of uninhibited, causal group sex—as told by our friends, since we were never invited to participate—and, almost as importantly, the forerunners of today’s overtly sexual commercials.

We went into the archives and found these sensual commercials from that time period. Here is our first offering from SouthWest Airlines . More to follow

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Limited Space Media announces a new managed service for corporate clients

by 004tat4367 on September 18, 2013

London, 18th September 2013: Following the merger of Limited Space with Integrated Signage Solutions (ISS), the newly created Limited Space Media Group announces the launch of a new managed service offering for corporate clients – Limited Space Solutions.

Under the new group structure, the Limited Space Solutions visual communication platform will be offered to clients as a fully managed brand solution; building, delivering and managing corporate digital screen networks for clients in the retail, entertainment, hotels and leisure industries. The Limited Space Solutions offering means that consistent brand messaging can be communicated via wifi across signage, mobile, kiosk, tablet and other connected devices. [more…]

UK adtech platform continues global expansion with investment from TA Associates / Flashtalking

by Will Corry on August 8, 2013

London-headquartered ad serving platform Flashtalking has this week announced investment from TA Associates, a leading global growth equity firm. Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

The investment will allow the ad technology company to continue growth across Europe and North America and expand its footprint into new territories.

In recent years the technology firm has evolved into a leading dynamic ad platform, rich media and cross channel tracking solution.  Partnering with major agencies and advertisers, flashtalking’s clients include major global brands across entertainment, retail, telecommunications and automotive. [more…]