The Social Brands report, in association with Social Bakers, has benchmarked performance across Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
An ad promoting an offer for Immediate Media's Olive magazine has been banned by the ASA because the subscription, which included a free mug, was found to be more expensive than a deal that came without a mug.
BT has set aside £100 million to promote its new sports channels, as it attempts to overthrow two decades of football dominance by BSkyB ahead of next season's Premier League.
Microsoft is reported to have made a $1bn (£65m) to take control of the digital assets for Barnes & Noble's Nook e-reader business, which sparked a 24% increase in the book retailer's shares yesterday.
Nicola Mendelsohn joins Facebook and Diageo appoints marketer Ivan Menezes as chief executive, in this week's round-up of people moves across advertising, marketing, media and PR.
Immediate Media will increasingly generate income from selling third-party products online, according to the publisher's chief executive Tom Bureau who said the new Radio Times travel offers should bring in £5m a year.
Darren Khan leaves Bauer Media, TBWA hires its first innovation director and Coca-Cola looks for a marketing chief, in in this week's round-up of people moves across advertising, marketing, media and PR.
BSkyB has reported pre-tax profits up 7.5% to £966m in the nine months to 31 March 2013, after growth in divisions including digital TV service Sky Go offset slight declines in other areas, such as ad revenues.
Retail brands including John Lewis, Sainsbury's and Waitrose make up a quarter of this year's Social Brands 100 shortlist, which was unveiled this morning.
BBC News, Chelsea and Arsenal are three of the British brands among those that score the highest levels of engagement on Twitter, according to this infographic from Nestivity.