A New York Times and Wall Street Journal vet is joining the powerhouse firm of Sitrick and Company.
S.E. Cupp wins night one over NBC's Chuck Todd.
How to Sell Anything 101 -- use sex or pandas. Better yet, both. That's what DDB NY did when working with the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in a pro bono capacity to drive awareness about the nature conservancy. "They wanted to...Show More Summary
Donald Trump wasn't happy about what he calls the New York Times' "hit piece" against him, which documented his treatment of women over the years, and neither is one of the women interviewed for that article, USA Today reports. Rowanne Brewer Lane was the subject of the lead paragraph for...
My acceptance speech for the 2016 Blueprint Enduring Impact Whistleblowing Prize (As read by Aaron Kirkhouse ?-- ?May 9, 2016) Good evening from sunny Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. I wish I could be there to accept this award in person,...Show More Summary
MTV is betting big on Snapchat as a way to remain relevant with teenagers, starting with its first series created specifically for the app. On Saturday, MTV will launch Pants Off, an eight-week series that explores sex and relationships. Show More Summary
Is he sponge worthy? Bart Brewer, the COO and pitchman for Oklahoma City's Floor Trader stores, riffs on Seinfeld's "timeless art of seduction" bit in a throwback Thursday billboard from Insight Creative Group. On the show, George Costanza...Show More Summary
NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt hates sitting through upfront events as much as you do. "I think those upfronts tend to be just mind-numbing for the audience. They go on too long, and we show clip after clip and they become...Show More Summary
Album: Sumday Year: 2003 Click. It was always easy to root for Grandaddy. Click. Not only did bandleader Jason Lytle also grow up in California’s Central Valley, but their merging of crunchy guitars, electronic sounds and Neil Young-like melodies was a unique thing at the turn of the century, and sounds positively prescient now. Show More Summary
On the highs and lows of running a small business.
With the help of Facebook IQ on Tuesday, we took a look at which topics on Facebook and Instagram were unusually buzzy in April—the ninth installment in a series from the social media company and Adweek. Today, we're taking a glimpse...Show More Summary
Taco Bell has shattered a Snapchat record. Last week, the brand launched a sponsored lens campaign that turned consumers' heads into a giant taco shell to celebrate Cinco de Mayo—resulting in 224 million views in one day. Ryan Rimsnider,...Show More Summary
A new title sequence for “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back,” made by a fan and posted on Vimeo, has been getting lots of attention. The sequence is a senior thesis designed, directed and produced by Kurt...
For the first time, a web series about fake movie trailers reached beyond movie buffs and comic book fanboys to the producers, studios and stars that make the real films. ScreenJunkies' Honest Trailers, which has close to 1 billion views...Show More Summary
On May 5, 2016, I read an article by Jeff Landers titled "The Four Divorce Alternatives" that was published by Forbes on April 24, 2012 and which has been viewed 119,012 since I last checked. While I realize that the article was published...Show More Summary
Samsung has created a smart surfboard. The internet-connected sporting gear is the focus of a new ad from Leo Burnett Tailor Made, featuring Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina. Obligatory footage of crashing waves give way to Medina striking out into the ocean, under supers lamenting the solitary nature of surfing. Show More Summary
The award for most deliberate and egregious burying of a lead has just been handed out. It goes to NBC News, for a story entitled, "Bernie Sanders Makes Things Awkward for Hillary Clinton's DNC Takeover." Put aside for a moment thatShow More Summary
The Matthew Santoro plagiarism scandal keeps getting deeper as Santoro has been making things worse for himself with false attribution and no apologies. The post Update on the Matthew Santoro Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Every once in a while you take a dusting. One might say that Ted Cruz and John Kasich both took dustings from Donald Trump who claims not simply to have won but to have knocked them off. Cruz in particular went toe to toe with Trump until he sustained the big knockout in Indiana. Show More Summary
I rewatched Page One not long ago — the documentary, shot mostly in 2010, about The New York Times’ media desk and the travails of the news industry more broadly. (Got the DVD? I’m a talking head in the deleted scenes!) It holds up well, but it’s also a window into how much has changed...