Randall Rothenberg

The Future May Belong to Web and Mobile Video, but TV Will Survive

What’s replacing television is, in fact, television

Television is dead! Long live television! This, the ancient cry of royal succession, is entirely appropriate to herald what's happening right now—literally before our eyes—to the medium of television. TV has…

Marketers Must Embrace the Transition Into the Post-Television World

But the NewFronts is not an assault on the classic medium

   Ad agencies, marketers and the media are awash with buzz about the competition between the Digital Content NewFronts and the subsequent broadcast network upfront marketplace. But all the gossip and prognostication…

Voice: Cutting Out Complexity

As media is transformed by technology, don't forget who brought us to the dance: brands

Looking back at the last year and looking forward to the next, I’m reminded that many of the world’s biggest brands and companies, such as Anheuser-Busch, McDonald’s, General Motors and…

Voice: West Coast, Meet East Coast

Randall Rothenberg on the divide that still exists between Silicon Valley and Madison Ave.

This summer, I hosted a trip for Madison Avenue’s digital elite—and Brooklyn’s too—to meet the leaders of Silicon Valley on the tech industry’s Northern California turf. The idea was to…