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Topic: Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Q&A: Kylie Jenner Opens Up About Her Online Haters and Those Hard-to-Get Lip Kits

'Being a young socialite on the internet, it comes with a lot of bullying'

Kylie Jenner's got a hit reality show, endorsement deals, and the attention of millions of fans on Instagram, Snapchat and more. Brands like Levi's are lining up to catch some…

How Kylie Jenner Built a Sprawling Audience—and a Booming Brand—at Age 18

Social media celeb uses her image to cash in

There are few narratives in modern celebrity culture as unexpected as the ascent of the Kardashian-Jenner family. When they first appeared on America's televisions in 2007 as the stars of…

This Lifestyle Marketing Group Embraces Millennials' Diversity

Helps brands reach today's multicultural audience

Specs Who (L. to r.) Evp, CCO Ryan Ford; creative strategy director Jesse Nicely; founder Ted Chung; public relations vp Brianne Pins; client services vp Rona Mercado; president Seung Chung What Marketing…

After Conquering Reality TV, Kim Kardashian Is Taking the Mobile World by Storm

How she built a $74 million app addiction

Kim Kardashian West first grabbed our attention in October 2007 with the premiere of E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Who could have guessed where that basic-cable reality show moment…

Kourtney Kardashian Loves Instagram for Fashion Inspiration

But has to think twice about tagging her friends

Specs Who Kourtney Kardashian Age 34 Accomplishments Star of E!’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians (Sundays at 9 p.m.); co-designer of The Kardashian Kollection at Sears and Kardashian Kids at Babies”R”Us Base Los Angeles What’s…

Turning Celebrities Into Branded Cultural Currency

New intellectual property models

Public-television purists, look away now: The PBS series Avec Eric which features Michelin three-star chef Eric Ripert was completely paid for by brands like the Ritz Carlton, Cayman Tourism Board…

Seacrest In: Host Signs Two-Year ‘American Idol’ Pact

Fox retains the services of a very busy emcee

Ryan Seacrest has agreed to host two more seasons of American Idol, signing a contract extension that will keep him in the Fox fold through the 2014 campaign. Seacrest’s current pact…

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