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How the precision targeting of “persuadable” votersthat put Obama over the top in 2012 could revolutionize the advertising industry.
An initiative offers creative and effective public service announcements for inspiration.
Since the state broadcaster was shut down last week and its 2,600 employees fired, there has been an outpouring of solidarity, despite its long history of mismanagement and patronage.
The Emmy Award-winning actor who shot to fame on the HBO drama “The Sopranos” as a hard-living crime crime boss.
George Zimmer, the founder of Men’s Wearhouse and a frequent presence in its commercials, was fired by the company’s board on the day of its shareholders’ meeting.
Sam Taylor-Johnson will direct the film adaptation of the best-selling erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Mr. Hastings, an intrepid war zone reporter in Afghanistan and Iraq, won a Polk Award in 2010 for his Rolling Stone magazine cover story, “The Runaway General.”
Ms. Hocking had sold more than a million copies of her novels before St. Martin’s Press published her “Watersong” series.
Christine C. Quinn’s book, which was released on June 11, has sold only 100 copies.
Michael Hastings, the journalist whose reporting led to the ouster of the commander of American forces in Afghanistan in 2010, was killed in a car crash, the news Web site BuzzFeed said.
In resisting calls to ban ads for nutritionally questionable food, Nickelodeon argued that its job was children’s entertainment, not nutrition.
A dating Web site is teaming up with board game companies to sponsor game nights where singles can meet and get to know each other.
On its first day, the audience for the revamped show was smaller than that for the previous show.
Joe Michaels, who has worked at the show since 1989 and has held the director chair for 18 years, was given a new job last week that portends more change to come.
Tom Wheeler said his work for the cable and cellphone industries convinced him that competition was more important than regulation.
Trying to avoid a decline in viewership, MTV plans to present a nationwide study of 1,800 “young millennials” to marketers and programmers.
Eddy Cue, a senior vice president at Apple, denied the government’s charges that the company was working with e-book publishers to raise prices.
A brand of one of the world’s largest olive oil producers has embarked on asocial media campaign to increase its name in the American market.
William Sanford Nye, better known as Bill Nye the Science Guy, has gone from TV host to fierce defender of scientific issues that have been polemicized for religious, political and even economic reasons.
LinkedIn’s Influencers program, which consists of people in leadership positions posting about their lives and careers, has transformed viewer engagement on the site, its chief executive said.