Topic: Daily Mail

Daily Mail Launches Its Fashionable E-Commerce Platform in the U.S.

Popular service lets readers buy celeb-inspired outfits

While many fashion publications are still struggling to develop e-commerce platforms to bolster their bottom lines, Britain's Daily Mail Online claims to have found a successful formula with its Femail…

How 5 Major Publishers Plan to Use Snapchat's New Channels

'Discover' service opens door to new audiences and sponsors

With Snapchat Discover launching earlier this week, publishers now have a new way to tease their content on social media and find backing from brands. The new offering allows marketers…

Snapchat Promises 'Gorgeous Advertising' With Its New Discover Channels

Launch partners Cosmo and CNN are already selling ads

Snapchat has attracted a big lineup for the launch of its media service called Discover, which will host branded properties for Yahoo, People, Cosmopolitan, the Food Network, Daily Mail, Vice,…

Hot List: Adweek Editors Pick Digital Finalists

Check out those vying for the year's hottest website, app, game and more

And now, presenting the finalists in the digital category for this year's Adweek Hot List. Here, our editors have trimmed down their picks for this year's top websites, apps, games…

U.K. Journalist Sues His Gym Over 'Sexist' Female-Only Hours

Owners say 26% of women hate how they look while exercising

A British copywriter and journalist says he’s suing his local gym for “women-only hours,” intended to help females feel more comfortable while exercising. In a 1,300-word column published in the…

U.K. Tabloids Accused of Contempt in Milly Dowler Trial Coverage

'Daily Mirror' and 'Daily Mail' to face hearing

A U.K. attorney general will pursue contempt allegations against the Daily Mirror and Daily Mail in connection with the tabloids' coverage of the conviction of phone hacking victim Milly Dowler’s…

U.K.'s Mail Online Becomes the World's Second Most Popular News Site

Overtakes the Huffington Post for the most viewers, according to March data

The Daily Mail's website Mail Online has surpassed the Huffington Post as the world's second most popular news website, according to March data from comScore, and now ranks behind only…