Marketing software company DataSift is partnering with LinkedIn to offer more LinkedIn ads insights as well as additional audience segments when it comes to the professional networking platform's 467 million users.
Tyson Foods has awarded its U.S. media planning and buying business to Mindshare after a review that concerned marquee brands Jimmy Dean, Ball Park, Hillshire Farm and Tyson Brand. The move amounts to a consolidation for the food giant, which has existing relationships with other WPP agencies including Ogilvy and Y&R.
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If you wanted to watch every Olympic event being carried across the NBC universe, it would take 281 days. That's because the networks and digital platforms of NBCUniversal are carrying an unprecedented 6,755 hours of programming from the Summer Games in Rio.
In the second year of the Glass Lion award, Indian agency Mindshare Mumbai scored the Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions festival here tonight for creating India's first transgender pop band, the 6 Pack Band, in partnership with tea brand Brooke Bond Red Label.
Heineken is launching a search for a second agency to handle global media planning and buying at the world's third-largest brewer. The Netherlands-based company has been working with Starcom Mediavest Group since 2012, when it consolidated work handled by 14 worldwide agency partners into one relationship with the Publicis Groupe media network.
Carat executive Michael Epstein is now the media network's U.S. president and will also maintain his current responsibilities as chief client officer.
The Internet of Things has come to define modern life, especially home life. Connected TVs, alarms, even toilets are becoming more common. But what are we really looking for in a wired household?