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AwesomenessTV's Beth Greve: DreamworksTV Is A 'Giant Trailblazer' Wants to make the Internet safe for kids, teens and brands

In its short two-year existence, AwesomenessTV has gone from making one film featuring a YouTube star to becoming one of the Web's biggest portals for emerging online talent. With the…

July 6, 2014, 8:29 PM EDT

What America Eats: The Triumph of Marketing Over Science Fed Up director says companies deliberately mislead consumers

What inspired you to make the movie? The initial idea was [the film’s executive producer and narrator] Katie Couric’s. I was on her show promoting my last film, Tapped, and as…

June 17, 2014, 11:30 AM EDT

Cruise Ships Now Depend on Parents Bringing the Kids Along Disney helped change the industry

In the summer of 1951, a passenger aboard the RMS Queen Elizabeth had plenty of things to do. There was shuffleboard, deck tennis, books to borrow from the library. The…

March 13, 2014, 7:39 AM EDT

A Look at Kids' Exposure to Ads Children see a lot of marketing messages, regardless of platform

Despite the availability of video games and streaming TV shows on mobile devices, kids still spend more time watching television than they do using any other type of media, and…

March 11, 2014, 10:37 PM EDT

Will Video Game-Toy Hybrids Save the Industry or Eat It? Trend could a bubble or the future of playtime

Until recently, your kid’s brain has been the best place to stage battles between Spider-Man and Skeletor. But technology has made this a brave new world, and digital architects have…

February 16, 2014, 11:11 PM EST

Nickelodeon Partners With Frozen Vegetable Brand Birds Eye 'Play with your food'

Birds Eye wants to rally kids into eating veggies this summer, so it’s serving up a main course of Nickelodeon with a helping of gamification. The frozen foods maker today will…

July 7, 2013, 10:51 PM EDT

Your Kids Have the Same Media Habits as You Do Growing up digital

When it comes to technology, you don't stand a chance against your kids. Born into a digital world, tweens—those age 7-13—have unprecedented access to devices and gadgets. Half of 10-…

May 29, 2013, 6:29 AM EDT

Marketing to Kids Is an Obstacle Course Less inventory, more restrictions

If you’re advertising in the $1 billion kids marketplace, you’ll need to accommodate a bit more in the way of oversight, both from traditional antagonists like watchdog groups and from…

March 17, 2013, 11:04 PM EDT

Perspective: Bowl Game Selling soup as a main-dish food isn't easy—and never was

If you could peer into the cupboards of every U.S. household, you’d find Campbell’s soup in 100 million of them (that’s 80 percent, by the way). Want that picture on…

February 7, 2013, 12:04 AM EST

Perspective: Color Me Thirsty Kool-Aid's always boasted of a slew of flavors—but taste has never really been the point

Most shoppers have never heard of Edwin Perkins, nor the dubious assortment of potions and elixirs—including a purported smoking cure called Nix-O-Tine—that he sold via his mail-order company in Nebraska…

November 15, 2012, 12:13 AM EST

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