Daily Press Summary | Wednesday 9 October 2019
BBC Radio 2’s Rylan Clark-Neal to sing for 24 hours
Presenter Rylan Clark-Neal will sing in a 24 hour non-stop karaoke extravaganza to raise money for BBC Children in Need 2019.
LBC turns 46! Hear the very first broadcast from 1973
On 8th October 1973, David Jessel said the words: “This is London Broadcasting, the news and information voice of independent radio.”
‘It’s a new golden age’: Radio 3 launches video game music show
Presenter Jessica Curry says she wants to prove it’s not all about soundtracking battle scenes – there are plenty of beautiful, relaxing sounds, too.
Twitter admits to misusing personal data for advertising purposes
In a company statement, Twitter said some email addresses and phone numbers provided for security reasons, such as two-factor identification, were exposed through its Tailored Audiences and Partner Audiences advertising systems.
‘Taste is more important than ever’: Zane Lowe shares streaming vision at Music Week Tech Summit
Zane Lowe, Apple Music global creative director and Beats 1 presenter, shared his vision for streaming in the closing keynote at the Music Week Tech Summit together with O2.
Music labels wary as Apple tries to bundle subscriptions
Record companies worry they will lose revenue as iPhone maker looks to create 1 monthly price.
Financial Times (£)
First principles: the WFA’s cross media initiative
Common definitions of contact and the willingness of advertisers to directly fund measurement systems will determine the success of the WFA’s newly-announced Cross-Media initiative, argues Research The Media’s Richard Marks.
‘First open real-time bidding platform’ launches for digital out-of-home
Programmatic ad-buying system is set to enter US digital out-of-home market.
Channel 4 takes dig at London-centricity with viewer complaint draped over Leeds HQ
Broadcaster due to open new national base in 2020.