Snap Inc.'s video-capturing Spectacles are finally here and marketers are already getting their hands on them from vending machines called Snapbots, which started appearing yesterday near the Venice, Calif.,-based company's headquar
Ned Lampert, creative director at space150, got a message just after 6 this morning in his Los Angeles-area home from a colleague back east. The message in essence: Snapchat's Spectacles are being sold on Venice Beach, so get your butt down there and get a pair. "So I sprinted over there," Lampert explained. "I got there before 8 a.m."
Intern season is in full swing, and agencies are increasingly finding their newest summer hires on Tinder, Snapchat and Instagram.
IDEA: Attracted to each other but still seeing other people, online video content and commerce are the bumbling main characters in their own romantic comedy. They've flirted for years, and you know they'll get together eventually, but it's taking them forever to figure it out.
You probably spent Feb. 29 watching YouTube videos, staring at a blank Word doc, and reading AdFreak. Or maybe you were one of the more than 1800 people who observed Leap Day by jumping up and down to raise money to feed the hungry.