Results for March 2007
  • Pointillism With Spot Runner
    Pointillism, for those that don't know, is painting by using a bunch of monotone dots, unimpressive on their own, but organizing them in such a way on the canvas that the result can be staggering. Google Seurat for examples. Today's Spot Runner t...
  • Back to the Future
    TV shows like "Battlestar Gallactica" have made headlines recently for their Web-only episodes but the show getting accolades for Webisodes at OMMA is the long-defunct "Homicide." In 1994, Homicide launched "Second Shift," Web-only episodes that were...
  • Back to the Future
    TV shows like "Battlestar Gallactica" have made headlines recently for their Web-only episodes but the show getting accolades for Webisodes at OMMA is the long-defunct "Homicide." In 1994, Homicide launched "Second Shift," Web-only episodes that were...
  • technology to engage. Heineken Skypecast first live concert on Skype Monk e-mail careerbuilder.com dress up monkey and give it stuff to say. Send a personal voice mail message while appearing to be a really well-dressed monkey. ...
  • Marketing 2.XXX
    With news swirling around some of the more sensational aspects of a countersuit by former employer Wal-Mart, the marketing duo of Julie Roehm and Sean Womack took the OMMA Hollywood crowd on a marketing journey that began with the Louisiana Purchase ...
  • The Sean and Julie Show
    Not only did they show, but former Wal-Mart executives Sean Womack and Julie Roehm are onstage delivering their presentation "Marketing 2.x" to a packed ballroom. OMMA Hollywood marks only the second time they've made the presentation. They're ta...
  • Julie and Sean
    Famous at Chrysler. Famous at Walmart. Now more famous. Has no PR person. Bring a bottle of that wine up here right now. Obviously Sean and I are here to take you through some of our thinking. M2.x Lewis and Clark a prairie dog al...
  • Google: King of all Media?
    So a panel of experts led by Jordan Rohan, managing director, RBC Capital Markets, is debating whether Google will inherit the earth--or at least dominate all media. Joe Mandese, MediaPost's editor-in-chief makes the case for Goog. As all media is...
  • The truth is we have a very deep bench of talent. One of the people on our team was the co-writer of a film that won an Oscar. -- Nick Grouf of SpotRunner TV used to be closed off to 500 advertisers or so. It's become a democratizing force. Opens ...
  • Is Madison Avenue irrelevant?
    Watching Nick Grouf create and place a customized TV spot in just minutes was the set up for a panel led by Joe Mandese about whether agencies are relevant any more. (Joe calls it robo-media, allowing things to happen fast without a lot of human inte...
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