In the Moment: Ad Bans, British Journalism, and Video Calling

This week’s media headlines, trends and ideas, selected to inspire and inform Better Science, Better Art and Better Outcomes.

1. In an effort to limit children’s exposure to unhealthy products, the government have announced more measures, including new TV and online advertising restrictions. [Source: WARC]

2. 68% of those aged over 65 believe that ads often show stereotyped versions of people their age. Find out more in the latest UK by UM Research! [Source: Marketing Communication News]

3. How can brands make the most of ‘goal-directed behaviour’ by harnessing emotion? [Source: WARC]

4. How much have complaints risen by since the implementation of the GDPR?  [Source: WARC]

5. Take a look at some of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Campaigns! [Source: Creative Pool]

6. Instagram launch 4 way video calling [Source: Tech Crunch]

7. Over the past five years, news publishers have lost £28B in revenue, find out what new business models they are exploring to counter this. [Source: WARC]

8. Why is Channel 4’s chief executive Alex Mahon warning against a proposed junk food TV ban? [Source: The Drum]

9. With circulation and advertising revenues dramatically declining over the last decade, an independent review of the state of British Journalism has been ordered. [Source: The Drum]

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