Our friend, Catharine P. Taylor, wants the virtual you to go clubbing and then report back in the morning. Check that. Coca-Cola wants you to do so. Catharine P. Taylor wants to report on the action, or lack thereof. image courtesy of Mashable Here’s what she’s saying so far: …if you believe that one thing […]
Think you’re having a rough time of it in the ad biz? Well, you might feel better by peeking at AngryJournalist.com. According to the awesome journalists at Breitbart.com: The website was created by a former journalist who cut short his young career in the news business to work in political communications in Illinois. But he […]
Here’s an interesting note from Adweek: Hyundai Motor America last week assigned former national lead agency The Richards Group a “mini-campaign” for next fall through its Eastern regional dealers association, said Joel Ewanick, vp, marketing. “I saw something we liked,” said Ewanick, who declined to disclose spending on the campaign. “It suits our strategic and […]
Atlanta’s Fletcher Martin has made a new spot to support Arby’s “Doublers.” It reminds me of Tide’s talking stain spot, although that spot is more unexpected.
I appreciate that Misha Cornes of Organic has stuck his neck out by declaring that he’s “over Twitter.” Her reasoning is sound: Most people are not that interesting. There, I said it. Overall, the culture of self-promotion embedded in most social media applications bothers me. I know that listening to “life between blogs post and […]
Tribune Company, the largest employee-owned media company in the nation, today announced it has changed its name to ZellCoMediaEnterprises Inc. or ZCMEINC. Zell, who made a fortune in real estate before deciding he’d like to dabble in an industry completely unfamiliar to him, announced the change in his record-setting 437th email to exhausted employees this […]
Gas prices are out of hand and there’s no ceiling in sight. We’ll be looking at $4.00/gallon and up before GWB and his oil men buddies depart Washington next January. The Washington Post has more… “On April Fool’s Day, the biggest joke of all is being played on American families by Big Oil,” said Rep. […]
According to The Wall Street Journal, Woody Allen filed a lawsuit Monday seeking more than $10 million from clothier American Apparel Inc. over unauthorized billboard and online advertisements featuring the actor and director dressed as a rabbi. image courtesy of Curbed The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, alleges the Los Angeles clothing […]