Fast Company drew luminaries including Cher for its second annual Innovation Festival in New York, while Hollywood bigwigs like Brian Grazer and Ron Howard celebrated the premiere of National Geographic […]
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National Geographic Channel's recent reinvention, and National Geographic's expanded partnership with 21st Century Fox last fall, is ushering in a global rebrand for the entire company.
Bill O'Reilly's Killing franchise has made a killing for National Geographic Channel. The cable network's first three movies based on O'Reilly's books— Killing Lincoln, Killing Kennedy and Killing Jesus—were its most-watched programs of all time.
Networks are making good on their promises to start creating less cluttered environments for consumers. TNT, truTV and NBC are experimenting with reducing ad loads in the coming season, and now National Geographic Channel has joined the fray.
Each year at NewFronts, there are a few companies that seem to have deluded themselves into believing they are (or will ever be) a player in the digital space.
National Geographic Channel is leveraging its global brand to take audiences and advertisers to new places—including the red planet.
This winter, something big has been missing from the new series premieres on TBS, Syfy and WGN America: advertisements.
TV promos are usually pretty straightforward, with footage cut from the shows they're pushing. But a new ad from National Geographic Channel puts original footage to great use in hyping The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, a documentary series coming in April.
Probably after seeing his Rocky IV nemesis Sylvester Stallone in all those Warburtons ads, Dolph Lundgren (or, if you prefer, Ivan Drago) has signed up for a commercial project of his own—the promo below for the TV show Brain Games on the National Geographic Channel.