Allison Williams has traded in the long tresses and glam style she flaunts on HBO’s Girls for the boyish charm of Peter Pan, NBC’s second installment of live TV theater, and today we have evidence to prove it.
Vintage. Classic. Throwback Thursday (#tbt). Flashback Friday (#fbf). It’s hip to be nostalgic these days.
Pluto.TV, a Web video hub with more than 100 channels, has added content partners to its lineup—Complex Media, Fullscreen, HitFix, Popsugar and SpinMedia.
T-Mobile is looking to take advantage of Sprint's broken "Framily," encouraging its customers to recruit rival customers with the promise of faster data for free for a year.
JWT New York has hired Marta La Rock as executive planning director to handle strategic planning on Royal Caribbean and lead cross-agency integration for JWT parent WPP.
Update: The original version of this story wrongly suggested that display ads were nine times more likely to lead to coversions compared to TV. Insurance companies may want to consider advertising online rather than spending their money on the traditional TV spot.
Sharlto Copley will star as the lead in Powers, Sony PlayStation Network’s first foray into original programming.
Not only is Craig Ferguson not going away, but he's also showing up everywhere now. As predicted, Ferguson may return to the talk show circuit soon after he steps down as host of CBS' The Late Late Show in December.