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Google’s Motion Stills App Lets Android Users Create GIFs, Videos

Google released Motion Stills on Android devices. The GIF- and video-creation application was originally released on iOS in June 2016. While Motion Stills on iOS allows users to transform their Live Photos into GIFs and longer videos, the Android version allows users to record new clips within the app. Specifically, users can record up-to three...

Infographic: How Consumers Want Companies to Use Customer-Service Chatbots

Check out our full coverage. As chatbots become more and more sophisticated, brands are increasingly relying on them as an easy (and inexpensive) way to provide customer assistance. Likewise, plenty of consumers are happy to skip the help line and get straight to the answer. But does that mean chatbots will totally replace live agents?...

Why Brands Should Shift Their Focus From Data to Identity

It might be sunny in July, but winter is finally here. I'm not talking about the Season 7 premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones (although I was one of the 16.1 million total viewers). Winter is here for marketing. Steven Wolfe Pereira Headshot: Alex Fine The data points have been around us for a while....

Adweek Kicks Off ‘Next Tech’ Series on the Jobs and Platforms You Need to Know About Now

With marketing technology shifting into overdrive, brands and agencies not only are struggling to keep apace with the latest audience targeting tools, but also face the challenge of finding the talent to actually manage them. At Adweek, we take our mission to heart, serving you with insights and analysis to make you smarter and help...

Tech Is Transforming Careers Like Never Before. Just Ask Bevel Founder Tristan Walker

A few years ago, rising tech star Tristan Walker--who'd scored business development gigs at Twitter and Foursquare even before finishing his MBA at Stanford in 2010--sought guidance from a retired packaged-goods executive. In what would end up being a career-defining exchange, the exec indirectly addressed a seemingly mundane problem of Walker's: His years of cheek-to-chin...

Mar Tech Is the Latest Buzzword for Brands and Agencies, but What Does It Actually Mean?

Not too long ago, ad tech was the darling of the digerati. But while programmatic trends like header bidding continue to gain footing, it's marketing technology--or mar tech--that's become the hottest buzzword for brands and agencies alike. Capital investment in mar tech was predicted to total a whopping $2 billion in 2016, according to PitchBook,...

A Guide to the 10 Next Hot Jobs in Digital Marketing, and for Several Years to Come

Time to polish that r?sum?, marketers. The business is shifting amid rapid change, and jobs that were considered experimental a few years ago are now indispensable. Career paths are being disrupted midstream, and both brands and ad agencies are recalibrating talent for the next generation of marketing. The combined forces of globalization and the commoditization...

Local Newsers Collide on the Field Bringing End to Station Softball Game

The game had to be called, and the Fox and ABC affiliates agreed to a tie.

RIP: New York Real Estate Reporter S. Jhoanna Robledo

At the bottom of page 48 of the July 24-Aug. 6 issue of New York magazine, an inscription reads: 'Reporting by Margaret Rhodes, S. Jhoanna Robledo and Katy Schneider.' The article credit is attached to a six-page look at some New Yorkers who've built outdoor showers and includes product guidance from The Strategist on how...

U.S. Health Care Is World’s Best, Regardless of What The Left Says

This is the second in a three-part series. In Part 1 of this series, we discussed the content and tone of the political rhetoric leftist propagandists use to criticize the proposed GOP health care plans vis-à-vis ObamaCare. In part 2, we will describe the propaganda efforts used by progressives to cite dubious statistics to tar […]

Politico Writer’s Beef with Trump: He’s Too Fat to be President. Seriously…

Liberal television host and author Touré Neblett seized on a Politico article published Tuesday. The 2,500-word Politico article focused not on anything policy related, but instead centered entirely around President Donald Trump’s weight. “Politico says Trumpy is the least athletic president in decades which is a nice & polite way of saying he’s a fat […]

Washington D.C. News Legend Dies

Jim Vance was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year.

Quartet of Retired Journalists Take an Ethical Stand Against Oakmont Village Newspaper Interference

washington.edu From 1988 until retirement in 2003, Marty Thompson (pictured) worked in New York for the Associated Press in a variety of roles. He also served during his career as AP bureau chief in both San Francisco and Los Angeles. Thompson is making headlines once again this summer, thanks to a stand he and three...

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