Sean Combs

Revolt Study Shows Millennials Still Prefer Watching Long-Form Content on TVs

A new study from Revolt, the network founded by Sean Combs, shows that 15- to 29-year-olds still enjoy watching long-form content on their televisions, but that doesn't mean they only want linear TV shows.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Is Rebranding Ciroc for the Millennial Mindset

Sean "Diddy" Combs has always been a hip-hop marketing pioneer, extending his brand into fashion in the late '90s and top-shelf liquors in recent years.

This Agency Develops New Brand Categories

Specs Who (From left) Michael Lastoria, managing partner; Ashley Heather, co-president, chief digital officer; Sarrah Hallock, co-president, COO; and Doug Jacob, CEO

Can Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Revive the Music-Video Network?

The revolution is now being televised.

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Pitches Revolt and Tells Advertisers How to Be Cool

CANNES, France—After holding court Tuesday night on the Croisette with media and advertising moguls (and an afterparty or two), Sean "Diddy" Combs was all business today, taking the main stage at Cannes Lions with Translation CEO Steve Stoute to pitch the fall launch of his

Macy’s, Diddy Hawk $223 Digital Sweater

Macy's and hip-hop/fashion mogul Sean John Combs—aka Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy, and so on—last week introduced a sweater with an unusual feature: video.

Ad of the Day: Macy’s

Macy's has assembled a cast of … sure, let's call them celebrities, including Donald Trump, Sean Combs, Martha Stewart, Justin Bieber and others (I like Carlos Santana, to be fair) as part of JWT's cute, '50s-style campaign about how working at the Herald Square store in New York City is just like working with a bunch of celebs.

Fast Chat: Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs

Sean Combs, aka Diddy, likes to compare himself to Sinatra. He's done it in interviews for years, and in his new ad for Ciroc vodka (see below—it was filmed in Las Vegas to the tune of "Luck Be a Lady"), he uses the video form.