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Washington Post’s New Video Series Takes Its Inspiration From the Haters

Sat, 27 May 2017 21:32:54 +0000

Don't read the comments is advice that many digital-age writers heed completely, but for the Washington Post opinion writers participating in WaPo's new, multiplatform video series, that's not an option. Not only are they reading and responding to the comments, they're doing it out loud, on film, in videos that will appear weekly. Different Opinion...


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Mad Magazine Gets a Jump on the Jared Kushner News Cycle

Sat, 27 May 2017 13:45:08 +0000

As any and all who work in the long-lead production environment of print magazines know, sometimes you get lucky. A day before The Washington Post's big Friday scoop about Jared Kushner, The Washington Times previewed the next cover of Mad magazine. For the August issue, Mad editor in chief John Ficarra and co. have transformed...


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It Was Just Revealed Snap Bought a Drones Startup, But That Doesn’t Mean It’s Getting Into Flying Robots

Sat, 27 May 2017 00:39:29 +0000

Can drones wear video-recording sunglasses? Perhaps that's a look we'll see in the future--or not. BuzzFeed News reported on Friday night that Snap bought Ctrl Me Robotics, a Los Angeles-based, drones-making startup. Variety then ran a story that said the acquisition occurred late last year. Both publications are characterizing the price tag as less than...


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We’ll Always Have This Hailey Baldwin Paris Photo

Fri, 26 May 2017 23:00:16 +0000

For two days in March, 20-year-old Hailey Baldwin and famed 73-year-old photographer Gilles Bensimon lit up the City of Lights. The results of their work, styled by Caroline Christiansson, adorn the cover and lead feature of Maxim magazine's annual "Hot 100" issue, scheduled to hit newsstands Tuesday May 30. It's important to note that except...


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Nicholas Fabiano, Some Spider’s New Creative Director, on How to Make Branded Content Memorable

Fri, 26 May 2017 19:59:24 +0000

Nicholas Fabiano, the recently installed creative director for Some Spider Studios, has a vision for what he wants to accomplish with branded advertising at Some Spider, publisher of Scary Mommy and Cafe. "I think it's very important these stories can stand the test of time," he tells Fishbowl. "In our modern world of fast content,...


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A Struggling Mitsubishi Places Its $95 Million U.S. Ad Business in Review

Fri, 26 May 2017 17:41:28 +0000

Mitsubishi Motors has launched a creative review for its U.S. advertising business. Incumbent 180LA will not participate. The news comes approximately one year after a mileage scandal rocked the Japanese company and just under seven years after its last review, which saw 180LA beat out Cutwater and Barrie D'Rozario Murphy for the business with Schematic...


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As Ad Fraud Seems to Be on the Decline, Airbnb and Pepsi Say They’re Seeing Less of It

Fri, 26 May 2017 17:31:16 +0000

Some advertisers, including Airbnb and Pepsi, say ad fraud is on the decline this year, though it's still an ongoing battle they're paying close attention to. According to Atin Kulkarni, global head of media and content innovation at Pepsi Co., improved data and partnerships with the Media Rating Council and Facebook have helped drive bot...


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Seal Gets Eaten by a Shark in Discovery’s New Ad for Shark Week

Fri, 26 May 2017 17:19:31 +0000

No seal is safe during Shark Week. Not even Seal himself. That's abundantly and amusingly clear from Discovery's new Shark Week promo, from Los Angeles creative agency AV Squad, in which Grammy-winning singer is rudely interrupted as he performs his iconic song "Kiss From a Rose" on a jetty. AV Squad used director Peter McKeon,...


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Twitter Kit 3 Brings Improved Sharing, Authorization to App Developers

Fri, 26 May 2017 17:00:00 +0000

Twitter announced the release of Twitter Kit 3, the newest version of its Twitter Kit software-development kit for application developers. Twitter Kit originally launched as a component of the social network's Fabric, platform, and product manager Ben Ward detailed the SDK's new features in a blog post: Users can share links, images and videos directly...


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Coca-Cola Made Detachable Bottle Labels That Work as Wristbands for Music Festivals

Fri, 26 May 2017 16:46:43 +0000

No one does packaging stunts quite like Coca-Cola, and here's another clever idea from the soda giant--bottle labels that detach and become working wristbands that young people can use to access music festivals. The wristbands, developed by McCann Bucharest, came in eight designs. Not every one granted access to a festival--you had to scan it...


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