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Open Casting Call Set for Revival of Oddball Show

A show that longtime TV watchers will remember as one of the weirdest programs ever on TV is being revived by ABC. The network is bringing back “The Gong Show,” and announced plans this week for an open casting call...

FishbowlNY Newsstand: Easy Does It

The Post is dealing with President Obama's pardoning of Chelsea Manning quite well.

‘Dancing With the Stars’ Sets Premiere Date

ABC announced that its hit reality show “Dancing with the Stars” is set to return for its 24th season on Monday, March 20. The show will air a two-hour season premiere from 8-10 p.m. The lineup of celebrity contestants will...

Facebook to stop paying publishers to produce live video

The social media giant is reported to be changing its approach to video, pushing for the creation long-form content. Read more...

Here’s How the Networks Will Cover Inauguration 2017

The latest coverage plans from the broadcast, cable and streaming networks.

Former Politico Heads Are Shaking Up Native Advertising With New Site

Some of the original minds behind Politico are ready to show off their take on a different kind of news site. Launching today, after the release of three newsletters earlier in the month, (one of which broke the news of Donald Trump's...Show More Summary

How Much Does a Little Bad Buzz Affect a Brand's Perception? A Lot, It Turns Out

Life was easier for brands in the old days. Prior to the rise of social media—make that internet media, period—a company could use its advertising to build and sway the perceptions of the consuming public. Dollars drove opinions. Today, of course, that correlation is out the window. Show More Summary

Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ Leaves Crackle, Gets New Distributor

“Jerry Seinfeld is taking ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’” to a new distributor, reports Variety in a scoop. The story continues, “The talk series, which had previously debuted new episodes on Sony’s ad-supported streaming service Crackle, will bring 24 new...

Last Person to Walk on the Moon Has Died

The last person to walk on the moon has died in Houston, reports The New York Times. Eugene Cernan, who walked on the moon in 1972, as part of the Apollo 17 team, was 82, Times says. Notes the Times...

Will Millennials Care About The CW's 'Archie' Spinoff?

As they try to break through the Peak TV glut and grab viewers, broadcast networks have been relying heavily on new shows based on popular intellectual property (IP), like Lethal Weapon, MacGyver and the upcoming Training Day and Taken. Show More Summary

Here's What Marketers Can Expect From Pinterest in 2017

Two and a half years after launching its first paid ads, Pinterest is finally ready to compete head-on with Google, Facebook, Snap Inc. and others for big brand dollars. Specifically, the San Francisco-based player has spent a couple...Show More Summary

Cosmopolitan's New Editor Is Bringing Her Health and Digital Know-How to Hearst

Specs Who Michele Promaulayko Current gig Editor in chief of Cosmopolitan and editorial director of Seventeen Previous gig Editor in chief, Yahoo Health Twitter @michprom Age 46 Adweek: Right around the time that you were named editor of Cosmopolitan, E! began filming a docuseries about the magazine, So Cosmo [premiering Feb. Show More Summary

How a Female-Focused Branded Content Studio Connects With Its Audience

Specs Who Co-founder, CEO Joe Speiser and president, COO Gretchen Tibbits What Branded content studio Where New York From tasty bacon hacks to soldiers' homecomings from overseas, publisher LittleThings has become a hub for useful and meaningful videos since 2014. Show More Summary

Media, Marketers and Shaq Hit CES

Earlier this month, media and marketing execs joined nearly 170,000 tech nerds in Las Vegas for CES, the world's largest consumer electronics showcase organized by the Consumer Technology Association. Here, just a sampling of the panels and parties that made waves.

Hypocrisy? Obama Commuted Sentence of Intel Leaker Chelsea Manning

After the Obama White House blasted Russia for allegedly hacking the election, outgoing President Barack Obama has commuted (i.e. reduced) the prison time of thirty-five years that Chelsea Manning was sentenced to serve. Manning had leaked several hundred confidential e-mails and information to WikiLeaks, which WikiLeaks published. We at AIM noted how Obama could commute […]

Jason Statham and Gal Gadot Star in's Action-Packed Super Bowl Spot is blowing up the Super Bowl, literally, in its Big Game spot with action stars Jason Statham and Gal Gadot. In the 30-second ad, debuting today on YouTube Live and Facebook Live, a chef works on his restaurant's website in the kitchen of the establishment. Show More Summary

84 Lumber Explores Other Options After Fox Reportedly Rejects 'Political' Super Bowl Ad

Pennsylvania-based 84 Lumber surprised quite a few observers this month when it announced plans to spend several million dollars on a 90-second ad set to air before halftime of Super Bowl LI. Yet, according to a report published by Campaign...Show More Summary

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