2009 is coming to a close and for many of us in media, marketing and advertising, it’s a time to be thankful for our very survival. Cheers to that! No doubt, the stormy economy hurt a lot of our businesses and cost people jobs and income, but it also forced people to rethink some old […]
Archives for 2009
…about the use of “A Change Is Gonna Come” in this fine advertisement: That’s one of the many thoughts I have about this spot. It’s airing now. Tax season is just around the corner, folks!
Uncredited voiceovers can be lucrative gigs for famous actors and celebs. Which is sort of funny, because often times the voices go unrecognized. How many voices can you identify in the following presentation from Slate V?
In the 90s people wanted a Jolt from their soda. The LA Times reports on how times change: Southern California has become the bestselling market for Mary Jane’s Relaxing Soda, a sugary drink laced with kava, a South Pacific root purported to have sedative properties. Matt Moody, a Denver nutritional supplement developer who created the […]
The trade press is fascinated by digital. Perhaps they believe their own existence depends on it, as well as the existence of the entities they daily report on. Adweek and Ad Age are both featuring articles about digital trends to look for in 2010. Ad Age reached out to Duncan Southgate and Ken Mallon for […]