About.com is one of those early Internet destinations that is often remembered as being rooted in an era of 56k modems, AOL email addresses and Angelfire webpages. But unlike some […]
If there was moment at the 2015 Oscars that turned more heads than host Neil Patrick Harris in his underwear, it was how Lego turned an Academy snub into the marketing moment of the year.
“Free your mind! Free your nipples!” yelled one woman. “I’m here to watch tits,” announced a man nearby. This was Sunday. The occasion: New York’s Topless Parade, a procession of […]
If you can't figure what these billboards mean, you're probably terrible at decoding emoji, and you're probably not a teenager. But that's OK, because the new campaign from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids was designed to communicate with high schoolers, not adults.
Following up its clever drinkable billboard for Coke Zero, Coca-Cola has launched another eye-catching outdoor idea, this time in Times Square.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, the next installment in the blockbuster movie series, will hit theaters in the fall, and by then, we'll all be revolutionaries.
Just in time for the season premiere of Orange Is the New Black, a half dozen Marriott hotels now have Internet-connected TVs that allow Netflix subscribers to stream their favorite shows from the comfort of their pillow-top beds.
New York's Hetrick-Martin Institute, an advocacy group for at-risk gay youth, is marking Gay Pride Month in about as prominent a way possible: with a video billboard in Times Square showcasing the LGBTQ teens it serves.
Even if you aren't one of Pornhub's 50 million daily visitors, you've probably heard the site's name this year in a surprisingly safe-for-work context.