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DeHavilland
DeHavilland
Information Services Ltd is a British media company that provides political monitoring services for public affairs professionals. The company was founded in 1998 by Conservative MP Adam Afriyie but is today owned by business-to-business publishing company Ascential
Ascential
Group.

Contents

1 History 2 People 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] DeHavilland
DeHavilland
Global Knowledge Distribution PLC was set up in 1998 by Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
and William Bracken. The business was initially funded using profits from Mr Afriyie's previous successful business venture, IT solutions firm Connect Support Services Ltd.[1] Based in a small office in Victoria, London, the service was set up to offer a tailored stream of information and analysis covering the latest developments in UK politics, designed to assist public affairs professionals in achieving their campaigning objectives. Later moving to Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf
in December 1998, the company initially provided both a news service entitled DirectNews and a core monitoring product entitled Public Affairs Briefing. Mr Afriyie sold his 72 per cent stake in DeHavilland
DeHavilland
to publishing, information and events business EMAP
EMAP
in July 2005 for a reported £13m.[2] He would later go on to become Conservative MP for Windsor. Immediately prior to the sale the news division was separated out to become a standalone company, Adfero Ltd.[3] Adfero was later rebranded as content marketing agency Axonn Media.[4] Having previously been listed on the FTSE 100 Index, EMAP
EMAP
was bought by Apax and Guardian Media Group in 2008.[5] In 2010, a London-and-Brussels-based sister service, DeHavilland
DeHavilland
EU, was created. EMAP
EMAP
was rebranded to Top Right Group
Top Right Group
in 2012,[6] and DeHavilland became part of the company's 4C information services division.[7] In 2012, it was widely reported that DeHavilland
DeHavilland
would be sold to rival political monitoring provider Dods (Group) PLC.[8] However, the planned deal was dropped[9] after being referred to the Competition Commission by the Office of Fair Trading, which ruled that if combined, the two companies would command a market share of more than 25 per cent.[10] The OFT concluded: "The evidence suggests that the parties are by far, the largest suppliers in the market. The OFT has found that the parties are also close competitors, indeed each other’s closest competitor, the estimated diversion ratios between them are high. Internal documents suggest that this acquisition could aid Dods to maintain and increase its yields rather have them reduced by competition". DeHavilland
DeHavilland
therefore remained a subsidiary of Top Right Group, which was again renamed in late 2015, becoming known as Ascential
Ascential
Group.[11] Following rumours of a sale,[12] the company floated on the stock exchange at £800m in early 2016.[13] People[edit] A successful businessman at the time he created the company, founder Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
stepped back from day-to-day operations in his latter years of financial involvement in DeHavilland, ultimately selling his two-thirds stake in 2005, the same year he entered Parliament as the Conservative MP for Windsor. Former employees of DeHavilland
DeHavilland
include Conservative MP Conor Burns.[14] References[edit]

^ "Adam Afriyie: It's tough being a teenager!". Young Enterprise. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Milmo, Dan. "Tory MP sells information firm for £13m". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Booth, Robert. " Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
profile: before any plot, there was always a word farm". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Axonn Media. "Our Story". Axonn Media.  ^ Sweney, Mark. "Emap confirms B2B sale to GMG and Apax". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media.  ^ Rushton, Katherine. "Emap to change name to Top Right Group
Top Right Group
and split into three". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Ltd.  ^ 4C Group. "4C Group Services: DeHavilland". 4C Group. 4C Group. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Daily Express
Daily Express
Reporter. "Lord Ashcroft will fund Dods' DeHavilland deal". The Daily Express. Express Newspapers.  ^ Davoudi, Salamander. "Dods drops bid for DeHavilland". Financial Times. The Financial Times
Financial Times
Ltd.  ^ Office of Fair Trading. "Anticipated acquisition by Dods Group plc of DeHavilland, political intelligence division of Emap Limited" (PDF). GOV.UK. HM Government.  ^ Cookson, Robert. " Top Right Group
Top Right Group
sets out stall with new name Ascential". Financial Times. The Financial Times
Financial Times
Ltd. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Kleinman, Mark. "Apax, GMG To Hit Jackpot With Top Right Sale". Sky News. Sky UK. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Palmer, Kate. "Guardian-owned magazine business Ascential
Ascential
floats for £800m". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Ltd. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Debretts. "Debretts People of Today: Conor Burns". Debretts. Debretts. Retrieved 9 June 2016. 

External links[edit]

Official website DeHavilland
DeHavilland
EU website Ascential
Ascential
website

Links to related articles

v t e

Ascential

Business publications

ALF Architects' Journal Architectural Review Broadcast Business Travel World CAP Construction News Drapers European Plastics News Ground Engineering Health Service Journal Heating & Ventilating News Journal of Wound Care Lighting Local Government Chronicle Materials Recycling Week Media & Marketing Europe MEED New Civil Engineer Nursing Times RAC Retail Jeweller Retail Week Screen International Shots Therapy Weekly

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Aesthetic Medicine Autumn Fair International BETT Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Civils Dubai Lynx International Advertising Festival The Education Show Eurobest European Advertising Festival Glassex Glee Birmingham Independent Living (Scotland) Interbuild Naidex Premier KIDS Professional Beauty North Professional Beauty South Pure London Recycling & Waste Management Retail Solutions Spikes Asia Advertising Festival Spring Fair International Summer Fair

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Alibi Dave Drama Eden Gold Good Food Home Really W Yesterday

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DeHavilland
DeHavilland
Information Services Ltd is a British media company that provides political monitoring services for public affairs professionals. The company was founded in 1998 by Conservative MP Adam Afriyie but is today owned by business-to-business publishing company Ascential
Ascential
Group.

Contents

1 History 2 People 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] DeHavilland
DeHavilland
Global Knowledge Distribution PLC was set up in 1998 by Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
and William Bracken. The business was initially funded using profits from Mr Afriyie's previous successful business venture, IT solutions firm Connect Support Services Ltd.[1] Based in a small office in Victoria, London, the service was set up to offer a tailored stream of information and analysis covering the latest developments in UK politics, designed to assist public affairs professionals in achieving their campaigning objectives. Later moving to Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf
in December 1998, the company initially provided both a news service entitled DirectNews and a core monitoring product entitled Public Affairs Briefing. Mr Afriyie sold his 72 per cent stake in DeHavilland
DeHavilland
to publishing, information and events business EMAP
EMAP
in July 2005 for a reported £13m.[2] He would later go on to become Conservative MP for Windsor. Immediately prior to the sale the news division was separated out to become a standalone company, Adfero Ltd.[3] Adfero was later rebranded as content marketing agency Axonn Media.[4] Having previously been listed on the FTSE 100 Index, EMAP
EMAP
was bought by Apax and Guardian Media Group in 2008.[5] In 2010, a London-and-Brussels-based sister service, DeHavilland
DeHavilland
EU, was created. EMAP
EMAP
was rebranded to Top Right Group
Top Right Group
in 2012,[6] and DeHavilland became part of the company's 4C information services division.[7] In 2012, it was widely reported that DeHavilland
DeHavilland
would be sold to rival political monitoring provider Dods (Group) PLC.[8] However, the planned deal was dropped[9] after being referred to the Competition Commission by the Office of Fair Trading, which ruled that if combined, the two companies would command a market share of more than 25 per cent.[10] The OFT concluded: "The evidence suggests that the parties are by far, the largest suppliers in the market. The OFT has found that the parties are also close competitors, indeed each other’s closest competitor, the estimated diversion ratios between them are high. Internal documents suggest that this acquisition could aid Dods to maintain and increase its yields rather have them reduced by competition". DeHavilland
DeHavilland
therefore remained a subsidiary of Top Right Group, which was again renamed in late 2015, becoming known as Ascential
Ascential
Group.[11] Following rumours of a sale,[12] the company floated on the stock exchange at £800m in early 2016.[13] People[edit] A successful businessman at the time he created the company, founder Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
stepped back from day-to-day operations in his latter years of financial involvement in DeHavilland, ultimately selling his two-thirds stake in 2005, the same year he entered Parliament as the Conservative MP for Windsor. Former employees of DeHavilland
DeHavilland
include Conservative MP Conor Burns.[14] References[edit]

^ "Adam Afriyie: It's tough being a teenager!". Young Enterprise. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Milmo, Dan. "Tory MP sells information firm for £13m". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Booth, Robert. " Adam Afriyie
Adam Afriyie
profile: before any plot, there was always a word farm". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Axonn Media. "Our Story". Axonn Media.  ^ Sweney, Mark. "Emap confirms B2B sale to GMG and Apax". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media.  ^ Rushton, Katherine. "Emap to change name to Top Right Group
Top Right Group
and split into three". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Ltd.  ^ 4C Group. "4C Group Services: DeHavilland". 4C Group. 4C Group. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Daily Express
Daily Express
Reporter. "Lord Ashcroft will fund Dods' DeHavilland deal". The Daily Express. Express Newspapers.  ^ Davoudi, Salamander. "Dods drops bid for DeHavilland". Financial Times. The Financial Times
Financial Times
Ltd.  ^ Office of Fair Trading. "Anticipated acquisition by Dods Group plc of DeHavilland, political intelligence division of Emap Limited" (PDF). GOV.UK. HM Government.  ^ Cookson, Robert. " Top Right Group
Top Right Group
sets out stall with new name Ascential". Financial Times. The Financial Times
Financial Times
Ltd. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Kleinman, Mark. "Apax, GMG To Hit Jackpot With Top Right Sale". Sky News. Sky UK. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Palmer, Kate. "Guardian-owned magazine business Ascential
Ascential
floats for £800m". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group Ltd. Retrieved 9 June 2016.  ^ Debretts. "Debretts People of Today: Conor Burns". Debretts. Debretts. Retrieved 9 June 2016. 

External links[edit]

Official website DeHavilland
DeHavilland
EU website Ascential
Ascential
website

Links to related articles

v t e

Ascential

Business publications

ALF Architects' Journal Architectural Review Broadcast Business Travel World CAP Construction News Drapers European Plastics News Ground Engineering Health Service Journal Heating & Ventilating News Journal of Wound Care Lighting Local Government Chronicle Materials Recycling Week Media & Marketing Europe MEED New Civil Engineer Nursing Times RAC Retail Jeweller Retail Week Screen International Shots Therapy Weekly

Events/Conferences/Shows [clarification needed]

Aesthetic Medicine Autumn Fair International BETT Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Civils Dubai Lynx International Advertising Festival The Education Show Eurobest European Advertising Festival Glassex Glee Birmingham Independent Living (Scotland) Interbuild Naidex Premier KIDS Professional Beauty North Professional Beauty South Pure London Recycling & Waste Management Retail Solutions Spikes Asia Advertising Festival Spring Fair International Summer Fair

v t e

Media in the United Kingdom

UK national newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals

Newspapers (History)

Berliner

The Guardian The Observer

Broadsheet

Financial Times The Daily Telegraph The Sunday Telegraph The Sunday Times

Compact

i The Times

Middle-market

Daily Express Daily Mail The Mail on Sunday

Tabloid

Daily Mirror Sunday Mirror Morning Star The Sunday People Daily Star Daily Star Sunday The Sun Sunday Sport

Magazines & other periodicals

List of magazines by circulation

Radio in the UK

National stations

BBC

Analogue / digital Radio 1 Radio 2 Radio 3 Radio 4 5 Live Digital only Radio 1Xtra Radio 4 Extra 5 Live Sports Extra 6 Music Asian Network World Service BBC National DAB (multiplex)

Independent / commercial

Analogue / digital Absolute Radio Classic FM Heart Kiss Talksport Digital only Absolute 80s Absolute 90s BFBS Radio Capital Xtra Digital One (multiplex) Heart 80s Heart Extra heat The Hits Jazz FM Kerrang! Kiss Fresh Kisstory LBC Magic Planet Rock Premier Christian Radio Radio X RNIB Connect Radio Sound Digital (multiplex) Smooth Extra Talkradio UCB UK Virgin Radio UK

Regional & local stations

BBC

List of BBC Local Radio
BBC Local Radio
stations List of BBC
BBC
Regional Radio stations

Independent / commercial

List of community radio stations List of local commercial radio stations List of semi-national / regional analogue and digital radio stations

Other stations

List of hospital radio stations Pirate radio Restricted Service Licence (RSL)

List of RSL stations

List of satellite radio stations List of student and schools radio

Other

Broadcasting House FM broadcasting The Studios, MediaCityUK Radio Academy

Radio Academy Awards

Radio Independents Group RAJAR Most listened to programmes

Television in the UK

Principal channels (List)

BBC

BBC
BBC
One BBC
BBC
Two BBC
BBC
Four BBC
BBC
News BBC
BBC
Parliament CBBC CBeebies

ITV

ITV ITV2 ITV3 ITV4 CITV ITV Encore ITVBe ITV Box Office

Ch 4

Channel 4 E4 Film4 More4 4seven

Ch 5

Channel 5 5Prime 5Spike 5Star 5USA

Sky

Challenge Pick Real Lives Sky One Sky Two Sky Arts Sky Atlantic Sky Cinema Sky Living Sky News Sky Sports Sky Sports
Sky Sports
F1 Sky Sports
Sky Sports
News

UKTV

Alibi Dave Drama Eden Gold Good Food Home Really W Yesterday

Sony Pictures Television

Chart Show TV Chart Show Hits Movies4Men Pop Pop Max Starz TV Sony Channel Sony Movie Channel Scuzz Tiny Pop True Crime True Entertainment True Movies truTV The Vault

Services & platforms

All 4

Film4oD

analogue

analogue terrestrial (defunct)

BBC
BBC
iPlayer

BBC
BBC
Three

BBC
BBC
Store TalkTalk TV
TalkTalk TV
Store BT TV cable digital

digital terrestrial List of channels

Freesat

Freesat+

Freeview high-definition

List of channels

ITV

ITV Hub, STV Player

local television My5 Now TV (Sky plc) Real Digital Restricted Service Licence satellite

List of channels

Sky

Freesat
Freesat
from Sky On Demand Sky+ Sky+
Sky+
HD

Talk Talk
Talk
TV Top Up TV TVPlayer Virgin Media

FilmFlex TiVo V+

YouView Zattoo

Studios

Current

BBC
BBC
Elstree Centre BBC
BBC
Pacific Quay The Bottle Yard Studios Broadcasting House Broadcasting House, Belfast Broadcasting House, Bristol Broadcasting House, Cardiff Elstree Studios (Shenley Road) Gas Street Studios The Leeds Studios The London Studios The Maidstone Studios Mailbox Birmingham MediaCityUK Osterley Television Centre Roath Lock Television Centre, London

Defunct

British and Dominions Imperial Studios Fountain Studios Gate Studios Granada Studios MGM-British Studios Pebble Mill Studios Teddington Studios Television Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne Television Centre, Southampton Upper Boat Studios

Other

Defunct channels Edinburgh International Television Festival History

List of years

List of channels Student television Viewing statistics

Most-watched broadcasts

Companies and organisations

Companies

Major companies

Archant Ascential Bauer Radio BBC Bloomsbury Publishing BT Group Channel Four Television Corporation Daily Mail
Daily Mail
and General Trust Dentsu Aegis Network Economist Group EMI Music Publishing Endemol Shine UK Global Group Guardian Media Group Haymarket Media Group Informa ITN ITV plc Johnston Press Mecom Group News UK Newsquest Northern & Shell Now TV (Sky plc) Pearson plc Press Holdings RELX Group Reuters Sky UK
Sky UK
Limited Sky plc STV Group Syco Talk Talk
Talk
Group Time Inc. UK Trinity Mirror UBM plc Virgin Media Wireless Group

Other resources

Arqiva List of largest UK book publishers

Government & regulatory bodies

Advertising Standards Authority BBC
BBC
Trust British Board of Film Classification British Film Institute Culture, Media, and Sport Select Committee Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Independent Press Standards Organisation Ofcom Press Recognition Panel S4C Authority

Industry & trades bodies

British Academy of Film and Television Arts British Phonographic Industry Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union Clearcast Digital TV Group Digital UK Equity Federation Against Copyright Theft National Union of Journalists The Publishers Association Royal Television Society United Kingdom Independent Broadcasting

Other

BBC
BBC
Academy National Film and Television School National Science and Media Museum

Regional and student media

Regional media

Media in England

Birmingham London Manchester

Media in Scotland

Aberdeen Dundee Glasgow

Media in Wales

Cardiff

Student media

Student televisi

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