Jason Campbell


Heat Preps Work for Levi’s Brand Supporting Stadium Partnership

Heat is about to break its first work in support of the Levi's brand partnership with its new namesake stadium, an account that the San Francisco shop landed after a review.

Hector Munoz Rises to CMO at Popeyes

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen has named Hector Munoz as its new chief marketing officer, after he served as vp of marketing for the New Orleans-based restaurant chain.

Publicis Groupe Buys Canada’s Nurun

Paris-based Publicis Groupe has acquired digital agency Nurun from Quebecor Media in a $115 million deal.

Moms Shopping for Baby Gear Are Swayed by Online Recommendations

A new survey from BabyCenter finds that nearly two-thirds of upper-income millennial moms are influenced by online recommendations when shopping for baby gear.

Pandora Launches Radio App for Google Glass

Pandora has unveiled an app that lets users program music on Google Glass through touch prompts and voice activation.

How Once-Cool Urban Outfitters Lost Its Mojo

The namesake brand of Urban Outfitters continues to struggle, based on results that the Philadelphia-based specialty retailer released last week.

Ashley Madison Draws Complaints Over Profile Deletion Fee

Ashley Madison has aroused yet another controversy. The online hookup site, which enables married and partnered men and women to connect on the sly for illicit rendezvous, has apparently made it difficult for departing members to cover their tracks without paying.

Apple, Amazon and Google Go After Business Customers

After years of triumph in the consumer marketplace, tech giants Apple Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and Google Inc. are boosting efforts to court the business sector.

New Nascar Campaign Depicts Drivers as Nations Going to Battle

Nascar has partnered with ESPN and is launching a promotional campaign for its upcoming playoffs, known as the Chase for the Nascar Sprint Cup, in which 16 drivers will race for the fastest title on earth.

Predictive Data Boosts Social Messaging by 91%

Real-time social messaging is most beneficial to brands in the media and entertainment sectors, according to SocialFlow's latest study that examined 1.6 million posts by brands.