Specs Name Sam Richardson Age 32 Claim to fame Stars as Richard Splett on HBO's Veep (Sundays, 10:30 p.m.); appears in Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates (July 8) and Ghostbusters (July 15); co-creator of the new Comedy Central series Detroiters...Show More Summary
Oh, for the good old days of breakfast cereal. If you're of a certain age, chances are you can hum Kellogg's "Two scoops of raisins" jingle, imitate Tony the Tiger growling how "Grrreat!" Frosted Flakes were, and perhaps even remember when Bruce Jenner adorned a Wheaties box. Show More Summary
Those who grew up in the 90s—and watched Nickelodeon religiously—are probably familiar with the legendary show GUTS. For those not familiar, the show featured a fake mountain (called the Aggro Crag) that competitors would race up. Tapping...Show More Summary
It may seem a bit unusual to hear a chief creative officer extol the virtues of paid search, but for Andreas Dahlqvist at Grey New York it's "almost under-leveraged" for the purposes of promoting film content. The agency leveraged this...Show More Summary
It turns out Sasquatch, the mythical ape-like creature who's sparked imaginations through the years after sightings in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, is really just a hirsute web developer who lives a quiet life in suburban Seattle. That's...Show More Summary
A new report that used eye tracking to understand user engagement with mobile video suggests certain types of video ads on publishers' websites perform better than those on social media. According to a study by Teads, a video technology...Show More Summary
Every YouTube star has a video that cemented his or her place in internet fame. In the case of Zach Mueller, that video is probably one called "Hypnotic Cardistry Kid." In case you're not one of the 1.2 million people who's seen it (and...Show More Summary
Specs Age 44 Claim to fame Comedian; star of Another Period on Comedy Central (Season 2 premieres June 15) and TV Land's The Jim Gaffigan Show (returns June 19 at 10 p.m.) Base Connecticut Twitter @michaelianblack Adweek: What's the first information you consume in the morning? Michael Ian Black: The New York Times print edition. Show More Summary
When I used to buy agencies, I discovered something that the consultants already knew. All agencies say the same thing. You can pretty much predict the exact words—media-neutral, idea-driven, brand activation, storytelling, stuff like that. Show More Summary
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Donald Trump is usually quick to boast about how much he's winning—in politics, in business, etc., etc., etc. But now, it appears he's winning on YouTube as well, according to web analytics firm Zefr. Zefr's analysis of YouTube views...Show More Summary
Another week, another YouTube copyright laws. This one has the composer behind A Clockwork Orange suing YouTuber Lewis Bond over a mini-documentary. The post Another YouTube Copyright Lawsuit – Lewis Bond appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
James Corden has deployed the biggest gun in his arsenal—Carpool Karaoke—in an effort to boost ratings for Sunday's Tony Awards. The Late Late Show host, who is hosting Sunday's 70th Annual Tony Awards on CBS, unveiled a Broadway-themed...Show More Summary
On Monday, not long before Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton unofficially clinched her party's nomination for the generation election, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders unofficially became the first presidential candidate to use...Show More Summary
I've been meaning to write about the role of broadcast TV in the rise of Donald Trump. Much has been written about his "unprecedented" rise, and recently Vox came out with an excellent video explainer defining authoritarianism in the...Show More Summary
Election 2016 still has a good five months or so to tick off the calendar, but David French isn't going to be part of it. The Iraq War veteran and National Review writer hand-picked by Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol to be the third-party savior against Hillary Clinton and Donald...
What better way to drive home the topic of debt than to give away $15 million? That's exactly what John Oliver did on Sunday's edition of Last Week Tonight after covering the issue, which, as Oliver put it, is "the reason that Nicolas Cage has made so many great choices...
I don't think I ever could have imagined that, as first lady, I would appear in an episode of Billy on the Street to promote fruits and vegetables and would wind up slow dancing with Big Bird in a supermarket while Billy Eichner serenaded...Show More Summary
Some people say grace before a meal. I have a similar ritual before chowing down, as do so many others in this social media age: I take pictures of my food. If I am dining with friends, I excuse myself beforehand, apologizing for the practice. Show More Summary