With politicians moving into TV talk shows and entertainment, can celebrities, sports stars and social media influencers move the other way, and make a difference in politics?
A government ad campaign poured cash into national newspapers during the pandemic. Byline Times is one of a number of signatories to a submission on the scheme to the COVID Inquiry
John Mitchinson explores what the novelist behind a 1759 masterpiece can teach us about the importance of marketing as a publisher
Following a special investigation by Byline Times, the Advertising Standards Authority is reviewing material published by the London newspaper around the COP26 UN climate change summit
Julian Petley looks back to the Soviet oppression of Czechoslovakia and the dissidence of the playwright Václav Havel for an understanding of the Post-Truth ideology of Donald Trump and Boris Johnson
The Government’s £348,200,000 contract with a media planning and buying agency has been criticised by parents’ groups who called the campaign to encourage parents to send their children back to school during the Coronavirus crisis ‘misleading’
Customers are estimated to have lost £90 million, showing why proper regulation is more essential than ever, says John Lubbock
Data analysed by Byline Times reveals that firms supporting the International Women’s Day campaign have gender pay gaps of between 10-38%, Sian Norris reports
Alex Andreou dissects how the Vote Leave Government’s latest hollow message around the Coronavirus is devoid of any real meaning and betrays the contempt it holds the British public in
Snobbery towards working-class consumers won’t fix the fast fashion industry, argues Molly Greeves
Jon Bailes considers how free we really are under the free market system and whether the Coronavirus crisis will have revealed this to the public with far-reaching consequences
As the Chinese Government continues to clamp down on civil liberties for those living in the city, its leaders have turned to a UK company unafraid to step where others do not
Jon Bailes explores why the Government may have changed its Coronavirus messaging to ‘Stay Alert’ and how this represents the tenets of a culture in which social problems are blamed on perceived individual failings.
Stephen Colegrave considers why today’s EU announcement about sustainable products is an essential first step to combatting our disposable culture.
Stephen Colegrave considers how a birthday present of a refurbished Anglepoise lamp presents a guide to how we can create a more sustainable world.
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Former Saatchi & Saatchi marketing director, Stephen Colegrave, continues to dig into how political advertising has gone rogue.
Iain Overton on the death of advertising tycoon Lord Timothy Bell, an advisor to Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the controversial firm Bell Pottinger.