The owner of an independent hardware shop has said he has been “overwhelmed” after a £100 Christmas advert starring his son became a viral sensation.
The BBC has asked the Conservative Party to remove online adverts which use edited versions of its content.
Retail giant John Lewis has sent a box of treats to a Virginia-based lecturer who has the same name as the firm and continues to be bombarded with messages on Twitter.
A filmmaker whose tear-jerking Christmas film has been viewed millions of times on social media says it is an “advert for humanity”.
Twitter UK has made John Lewis – the Virginia-based lecturer, not the retail store – the star of its latest Christmas advert.
Burger King has released a video showing what would happen if the principles of repealing net neutrality were applied in its restaurants.
A Polish online auction website has released a Christmas advert called English for Beginners and, boy, do the emotions get all too real.
A Heinz advert teaching viewers how to use tin cans to drum out a song has been banned for encouraging behaviour that risks health and safety.
John Lewis has released an upbeat Christmas ad featuring wild animals and a family dog larking about on a new trampoline, in a departure from the emotion-laden tearjerkers of recent years.
Adorable cartoons? Check. Lilting acoustic music? Check. A storyline that will hit you in the feels? Check. Christmassy? Check.
Dutch textiles and clothing company Zeeman is winning a lot of praise for its latest advert, which shows various women from the waist down modelling its tights.
A MAN who won TV fame playing an ogre has secured his first film role.
A North-east man has become the latest star of a national advertising campaign.