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Let Miley Cyrus be a reminder, says the president of another analytics company: People talk about TV everywhere from Facebook to Instagram.
Competition is increasing for Netflix, home of "House of Cards," "Orange is the New Black" and "Arrested Development."
Cindy Gallop makes it her business to be aware of and champion women doing great work in advertising. Here are 10 of them she'll particularly be keeping tabs on.
In honor of P&G's 175th anniversary we asked readers to cast a ballot for their all-time favorite P&G brand ambassador, past or present. Guess who took the prize?
For many marketers, Groups may hold the key to creating pockets of deeper interaction among the growing masses of casual "likers" and the unengaged lurkers that swarm our pages.
The modern digital agency is equipped to lead the next era by thinking as much like a modern newsroom as it does a creative department.
Think of presidential advertising in 2012 as a multibillion-dollar stampede. New spots are hitting at a rate of more than one per day. And since the Fourth of July holiday, every ad to hit the air (in English, at least) has been critical of President Obama or Gov. Romney.
If you don't think that will have massive ramifications for our $60 billion TV-ad industry, think again.
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