The longest presidential campaign any of us can remember—with one of the most shocking outcomes, at least to the media—not only dominated our consciousness and conversation in 2016, it also […]
An ad for Playboy lingerie from Australian retailer Bras N Things has been deemed by the country's ad watchdog to be too risqué to be shown on digital billboards. But the model in the spot has some choice words for critics who called the ad "vulgar" and likened it to "amateur porn."
The past several days have offered a slew of digital-minded stats from players in the marketing, advertising and media worlds. Below are seven stats that caught our eye:
Playboy showed off its new, fully clothed self during its first-ever NewFronts presentation Friday afternoon at New York's Skylight Modern.
Branded content and product placement are now A-OK with Facebook if marketers with verified pages on the platform follow the rules.
Marketers interested in buying targeted video advertising on Facebook and Instagram based on television viewership and publisher data can now do so through TubeMogul, a programmatic advertising platform.
Can Playboy really be, you know, Playboy without featuring photos of nude women? The iconic men's magazine is certainly hoping so, starting with its March issue, in an attempt to avoid the fate of what Playboy's chief executive Scott Flanders called "harvesting a melting ice cube of an aging demographic."
If you visit Playboy.com between now and St. Patrick's Day (March 17), you'll see ads for Tullamore D.E.W., the blended Irish whiskey. Then, if you jump onto Instagram, you'll be retargeted with a 30-second video commercial from the same marketer.
Celebrities like Amy Adams and Iggy Azalea partied with media and brands at Super Bowl 50 parties in San Francisco.
The first non-nudity issue of Playboy is here, and it actually does include some topless models—the vodka bottles in Stolichnaya's topical print ads by The Martin Agency.