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Here's Who Could Save Daytime Juggernaut 'The View'

"The View Adrift." Illustration by Bridget Starr Taylor After a decline in ratings by 16 percent at The View, the daytime juggernaut will need drastic changes to survive another round of not so surreptitious beatings from competitors. Now...Show More Summary

Etihad Airways Picks Cheil Worldwide and Barbarian Group for Its Westward Expansion

In March, Etihad Airways made headlines with a new ad campaign—created by M&C Saatchi and starring Nicole Kidman—aimed at redefining luxury in the context of business travel. Now, Cheil Worldwide and New York-based, tech-centric creative...Show More Summary

Is Twitter to Blame for an MLB Player Crying on Live TV During a Game?

One of the most bizarre events in the recent history of Major League Baseball occurred last night, and many people feel social media is to blame. The New York Mets lost to the San Diego Padres 7-3, but the outcome of the game seemed like an afterthought in the bigger picture. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart: Those 'Secret' Obama Meetings Weren't Secret

Jon Stewart only has a few more days until his final signoff on Aug. 6 as host of The Daily Show, but he's not going quietly. The most recent noise revolves around what Politico has labeled Stewart's "secret" meetings with President Obama, a "sinister" description that last night on his...

Legal Battle Dogs Lebanese 'Fe-Male' Journalist

Lebanese journalist Hayat Mirshad, at loggerheads with TV personality Tony Khalife over social media posts in which she accused him of being a sexist advocate of domestic violence, is in legal hot water. Screen shot of provocative Hayat...Show More Summary

Can Campbell Brown’s education news site walk the advocacy–journalism tightrope?

The newcomer to education news outlets has a not-so-new name attached to it: Campbell Brown, veteran television reporter and former CNN and NBC News anchor, who has in recent years taken on the role of education reform advocate. So far, her celebrity, and her record, have been a mixed blessing as the site looks to... Removes All Hulk Hogan References As Video With Racist Language Surfaces

Several hours ago, the World Wrestling Entertainment's website removed all references to Hulk Hogan, the iconic pro wrestler who came to fame in the 1980s. The WWE hasn't revealed the details behind the move. But it appears to be associated...Show More Summary

Don't Provoke, Evoke

Tony Schwartz was a fierce producer who made the infamous TV ad showing a little girl pulling petals off a daisy for Lyndon Johnson's presidential campaign in 1964. You can see it here. The girl counts to ten and looks up in fear as a rocket countdown replaces her voice. Show More Summary

Meet the L.A. Agency Behind Pornhub's Hit TwerkingButt Video

The L.A. social-media advertising agency Vendetta Studios was recently thrust onto the ad world's radar because of its work for a less than traditional client: Pornhub. The online porn giant was revealing its first consumer product—the...Show More Summary

Here Are 13 Hot Digital Marketing Stats From the Past Week

The past week was filled with unusually enticing digital marketing numbers—with an upcoming Hollywood epic taking online video by storm, e-commerce insights and branded buzz around body painting. Here are the 12 most interesting, data-driven developments we came across: 1. Show More Summary

Nordstrom Creates Social Media Inception with Giant Instagram

By Maren Hamilton Drones and dresses and Instagram. Oh my! Nordstrom has always been an innovator in the digital space, but on July 16 they took it up a notch and created the ultimate social media inception to promote their Anniversary Sale. Show More Summary

Trump: The Nihilist We Deserve

When I was 16, my aunt bought me the new Donald Trump book.  It was full of empty anecdotes and meaningless solutions to nonexistent problems.  I think I used it as a doorstop for a while (sorry, Aunt Dee).  I guess I never really took "The Donald" seriously. Show More Summary

These Women-Empowering Ad Campaigns Win Inaugural #Femvertising Awards

Brands using advertising as a way to challenge gender norms and empower women may not be new, but an award celebrating that work is. SheKnows Media, a women's lifestyle digital media company, will present its first-ever #Femvertising Awards at the company's BlogHer conference this weekend. Show More Summary

David Brooks: Get Over the Sins of the Past, Ta-Nehisi

Everyone is talking about Ta-Nehisi Coates' new book, Between the World and Me, including New York Times columnist David Brooks. In an op-ed published today, written letter-style to Coates in the same way Coates addressed his book to his 14-year-old son, Brooks acknowledges that "the last year has been an...

This Ad Hilariously Skewers Every Bad Business Cliché Your Coworkers Have Uttered

With the business world comes jargon, and with the Internet, well, only more jargon. In a new campaign for Avaya, a communications technology company, the buzzword-heavy business world is delightfully, hilariously skewered. The fun new...Show More Summary

Moxy Hotels Is Making a Web Series 'Between the Sheets' With a Popular YouTube Personality

Moxy Hotels is enlisting YouTube star Taryn Southern to help launch its own YouTube channel with an eight-part Web series, Between the Sheets. Debuting in September, Between the Sheets will see Southern interviewing other popular YouTube influencers inside a shipping container, which holds a prototype of the Moxy bedroom. Show More Summary

Ad of the Day: Samsung Goes Deep With This Epic Surf Spot From 72andSunny

72andSunny catches a new wave with Samsung in this short film created with the World Surf League, which Samsung Mobile sponsors. A sequel of sorts to last year's Cannes Gold Lion-winning "Every Day Is Day One," the new clip, part ofShow More Summary

You Can Literally Undress This 'Dating Naked' Billboard on Hollywood's Busiest Corner

When it comes to promoting the return of its nude dating competition series, Dating Naked: Playing for Keeps, VH1 has found that less—much less—is more. The network is following up this week's jumping-naked-in-slow-motion ad with another opportunity to see naked people in all their (slightly obscured) glory. Show More Summary

Why Did Whoopi Finally Flip-Flop on Cosby? It’s Certainly Not for the Reason She Gave on “The View” Yesterday

Yesterday, on “The View,” co-host Whoopi Goldberg and Dan Abrams, ABC’s chief legal affairs analyst, engaged in a discussion – lasting just under 10 minutes – about the rape allegations against Bill Cosby, and what legal recourse Cosby’s accusers have....

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