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Why a TV Veteran Says the Future of Advertising Is in Digital Media

5 questions with Fullscreen's first CMO

As it approaches its fifth birthday, multichannel network Fullscreen has hired its first CMO. Jason Klarman will hit the ground running as the company prepares to launch its own subscription-video-on-demand…

How This Creative Agency Plans to Take Digital to the Next Level

Just don’t call it content, says David&Goliath's Mike Geiger

Specs Current gig Managing partner, chief digital officer at David&Goliath Previous gig President and chief integration officer at JWT North America Twitter @tastytruth Age 48 Adweek: You're responsible for building the agency's digital practice. How are…

With So Many Americans Dropping Cable, Will Cord Cutting Doom TV as We Know It?

Observers argue the pace of change is greatly exaggerated

Cord cutting is happening; that much is not up for debate. Some 300,000 Americans dropped cable service last quarter, and analysts are calling it good news for providers because the…

In the Age of Cord Cutting, Nielsen Plots Its Overhaul of TV’s Outdated Ad Metrics

Wants updated ratings criteria by next upfront

It's been nine years since networks and advertisers agreed on the eligibility criteria for C3 and C7 TV ratings, but given the seismic shifts in the industry since then, it…

YouTube Isn't Worried Its New Subscription Service Sounds Like a Porn Site

Brand wasn't caught with its pants down

YouTube surely spent a lot of time and effort in deciding what to call its ad-free subscription option, which was announced Wednesday. It decided to name the service YouTube Red, pointing…

What You Need to Know About YouTube's Subscription Service, YouTube Red

No ads, offline viewing, more music

YouTube unveiled its long-awaited subscription service today at an event at its YouTube Space in Los Angeles. Dubbed YouTube Red, the advertising-free option will go live one week from today,…

How Lego’s Marketing Vp Led the Awesome Team that Stole the Oscars

Adweek’s 2015 Brand Genius winner for toys

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…

Watch People Freak Out About Losing Their Smartphones in Chevy's Latest Prank

Duping people to sell cars

Chevrolet is back at scaring everyday folks, this time threatening to destroy the one thing most Americans can't function without—their smartphones. Building off of its entertaining campaign earlier this year, Chevy…

YouTube Wants Viewers to Buy Directly From Product Review Videos

Monetizing the increasingly popular content

YouTube wants to make it easier for viewers of its product review videos to buy the actual products, so it's launching ads that let viewers shop directly from the videos.…

How Horatio Sanz and Fred Armisen Are Creating a Digital Hub for Latino Comedy

Más Mejor content studio targets cord-cutting millennials

The Hispanic population is the fastest-growing segment in the United States, accounting for 17 percent of the U.S. population, according to 2014 census estimates. Despite the fact that there are…

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