The staff at Rogue Ales Brewery in Newport, Oregon understands video and its place on the intertubes.
Mask-wearing activist, Ask A Chola, operating somewhere in East Los, Califas, a.k.a. Aztlan, has some serious demands for the Frito-Lay Corporation. She claims there are under-served communities in America, and demands that Frito-Lay treat every Dorito-loving community with dignity. Or something like that. Visit Ask A Chola’s MySpace page for more on her shadowy movements.
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Los Angeles Times is reporting on a relationship betwwen Creative Artists Agency and Luxembourg-based Joost. “CAA will provide Joost greater access to programming through our relationships with networks, studios, record labels, artists and independently controlled content libraries,” said Michael Yanover, head of business development at Century City-based Creative Artists Agency. Joost seeks to offer whole […]
Portland’s Sasquatch Advertising has unleashed Lemon Your Widemer, a viral video site for its client Widmer Brothers Brewing. The site promotes Widemer’s Hefeweizen, a German style beer served with a slice of lemon.
MySpace is fast becoming VideoSpace. According to The Wall Street Journal (paid sub. req.), The News Corp-owned site seeks to “aggressively expand its video offerings and grow from its social-networking roots into a popular culture and lifestyle portal.” The content will cover music, celebrities, action sports and other topics that MySpace executives say its community […]
Variety is reporting on Google’s new Revver-like compensation initiative. Google-owned viral video site announced Friday that it will start giving a cut of ad revenue to some of the most popular amateur video brands on its site, such as lonelygirl15 and LisaNova. They will get approximately the same revenue share from the performance of display […]
Donna Bogatin at ZDNet is reporting on the “much needed Citysearch facelift,” unveiled earlier today. Heralding the “next-generation” of Citysearch, the veteran IAC owned cityguide launched a bevy of trendy Web 2.0 social features and interactive services along with a new “cool” blue interface and rejuvenated tag line: “Live like an insider.” One of the […]