Sorrell leaves WPP, Zuckerberg grilled by Congress & Netflix reports stellar growth: this week in media

Sorrell leaves WPP, Zuckerberg grilled by Congress & Netflix reports stellar growth: this week in media

Sir Martin Sorrell leaves WPP

Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of the world's largest advertising agency network, WPP, has resigned from his post following an investigation being held by the company.  Read more on The Drum >>

Zuckerberg grilled by Congress

Mark Zuckerberg gave testimony to Senate committees in light of revelations that Cambridge Analytica used Facebook data to influence US voters.  Read more on Guardian >>

NetFlix reports another stellar year of growth

Netflix added a record number of first quarter subscribers and grew its streaming revenues by 43% year-on-year. Read more on DigitalTVEurope >>

Fox London office raided by European Commission investigators

European Commission investigators raided the UK offices Fox Networks Group yesterday as part of an antitrust probe.  Read more on DigitalTVEurope >>

Facebook pushes greater ad transparency

In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is rolling out new ad transparency measures.  Read more on Facebook >>

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