by Kaila Colbin on Sep 28, 1:48 PM
That test is "is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function," according to F. Scott Fitzgerald.
by Dave Morgan on Sep 27, 4:11 PM
Highlights from the Relevance Conference, held by AT&T and its newly branded advertising and analytic division Xandr.
by Cory Treffiletti on Sep 26, 1:20 PM
Google is the Goliath in advertising and Facebook has become a strong number two, but Amazon' mostly poses a challenge for Facebook
by Gord Hotchkiss on Sep 25, 9:26 AM
As we're finding out, rankings for all sorts of things matter a lot -- but may be leading us in the completely wrong direction.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Sep 24, 9:28 AM
The Democrats won't win a national election without a national vision. So what could the NEW DNC look like?
by Maarten Albarda on Sep 21, 12:40 PM
In a story not widely reported, two large media sales companies in the Netherlands have done away with 15% commission.
by Dave Morgan on Sep 20, 1:12 PM
Magna just released a new report projecting over-the-top (OTT) video advertising to hit $2 billion in the U.S this year.
by Cory Treffiletti on Sep 18, 9:28 PM
As we enter the age of voice, is it possible that technology may compromise our ability to be polite? We don't have to say "thank you" to Alexa.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Sep 18, 1:52 PM
The in-house vs. outsourced question touches on the increasingly disruptive nature of marketing strategy.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Sep 17, 2:20 PM
It looks as if "Fahrenheit 11/9" will open on 1,200 screens, making it the most widely distributed premiere of a documentary film ever.