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AROUND THE WEB
- How Creative Polymaths Are Influencing Luxury Brands
Wednesday Feb 22, 2017
We've all heard it: branding and consumerism in the 21st Century is a global village, a place of hyper-specialization and fragmentation, right? Well, one very current trend that seems to be going against that tide lies in a new generation of "polymath creatives" that is discreetly but powerfully shaping luxury markets from automobile design to fashion.Source: Media Post: Engage:Affluent
- Climate Action Means Industry, Government And People
Wednesday Dec 2, 2015
Thomas Paine wrote that government is inherently punitive, a necessary evil consequent to the "inability of moral virtue to govern the world." That comes to mind this week, as the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) meets in Paris. The goal, of questionable achievability, is to keep global warming at two degrees Celsius.Source: Media Post: Marketing: Green
- Useful Vs. Creepy: The Jury Is Still Out
Thursday May 28, 2015
Serving "the right ad, to the right person, at the right time" has become the industry mantra for the 21st century, with the underlying assumption being that if you do that, people will buy your product. But to actually do this right requires a considerable amount of data collection that leaves audiences feeling a little queasy.Source: Media Post: Marketing Daily
- Hulu's TV ad impressions: Not about individual shows, but total audiences
Monday Mar 20, 2017
How much of your media plan is going to specific shows on certain OTT services? You may not get many answers.
“We are selling audiences,” says Jim Keller, vp of east and midwest of Hulu, speaking at MediaPost’s TV Insider Summit. “It shouldn't matter whether you watching are ‘The Voice’ or ‘South Park’.” So finding out, he says, for example, that 60% of your media buy/impressions is coming from ‘The Voice’ may not be in the cards.
Also, because Hulu is co-owned by Comcast’s NBCUniversal, 21st Century Fox, Walt Disney Company, and Time Warner (which has a smaller stake than the other three), he says, “that is not something we can legally provide”.
In answering a question about Hulu’s limited commercial ad loads, Keller says, this probably won’t change; limited commercial availability is something that has been is a key piece of Hulu’s consumer attraction.
“Demand has far outpaced supply,” he says, whether from national or local TV commercials. “We haven’t been able to keep up with it.”
Keller says now 75% of Hulu viewing comes from the big living room TV screens, up from around 40% a couple of years ago.
- Customer service should mimic the 5 levels of autonomous cars
By Barry Coleman, Agent.ai - Monday Jun 12, 2017
GUEST: In 1900, 41 percent of the U.S. workforce was employed in agriculture. By the year 2000, that number had dropped to 1.9 percent. This massive shift in labor was mostly due to advances in technology and mechanization, allowing for fewer people to create more crop. In the 21st century, other sectors will see the same kind of […]Source: VentureBeat
- Wynton Marsalis Talks Jazz in the 21st Century
Friday Dec 17, 2010
Jazz artist Wynton Marsalis talked to the WSJ's Lee Hawkins about changes in the jazz industry in the digital age, his favorite up-and-coming jazz artists and which jazz artists he would include in his all-time greats jazz band.Source: The Wall Street Journal: Weekend Conversations
- D.C. Shooting Gives News Orgs A Chance To Refute Bias Charge
Friday Jun 16, 2017
In the 21st century, Americans are savvy news consumers, on the whole, and the rise of blogs and social media just makes it that much easier to detect and highlight distortions and omissions.Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily
- Founder Culture, 21st-Century Style: What Nonprofits Can Learn from Uber
By Ruth McCambridge - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Nonprofits are fond of citing “founder syndrome” for some of their most intense internal disputes and breakdowns. But, in this new leadership environment, maybe we should consider what other factors might be at play.Source: Nonprofit Quarterly