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How the Producers Behind RuPaul’s Drag Race Went From Extreme to Mainstream

Prolific television producers Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey never considered their programming to be underground—so fringe that only the cool kids would like it—when they launched a talk show starring the statuesque drag queen RuPaul and a docu-series about transgender college students nearly 20 years ago.

Are Advertising Agencies Glamorous Enough to Attract Hollywood Creatives?

Creative professionals who just a few years ago would have shunned the agency and branding worlds are working off a new script today, seeking jobs at shops and, in some cases, finding advertising a better fit than more traditional entertainment companies.

4 Lessons Hollywood Can Teach Brands About Winning Big Audiences

For decades, marketing has been predicated on interrupting someone else's content. Now, as marketers continue to explore creating content that people want to watch for its own sake, there are many useful lessons to learn from Los Angeles' entertainment community.

How the Steady Stream of Creative Talent Moving From N.Y. to L.A. Became a Flood

A dyed-in-the-wool New York advertising professional, Patricia Korth-McDonnell had heard all the clichés about Los Angeles as an endless parking lot, a cultural wasteland and, perhaps most relevant, a professional dead end at best and career suicide at worst.