Interpublic claims to be figuring out the future of media with a new space, a new staff and a new blog dedicated to the pursuit. I don’t know how well they are fairing in their quest, but it’s the right path to take. Here’s how the press and others see it: “In a sleek media […]
Archives for September 2006
Ad Age says politicians plan to spend waste $1.6 billion on TV advertising in the buildup to 2008. Despite all the media chatter about Howard Dean’s digital legacy and the rise of blogs and websites as the new powers of political marketing, local and national broadcast TV will continue to receive the overwhelming bulk of […]
According to new research by Intermedia, IT staff are twice as likely to wear a heavy metal t-shirt as their non-IT counterparts. IT workers are also 34% more likely to sport a ponytail; 63% more likely to wear black jeans; and 32% less likely to wear clean clothes every day of the week.
Ruth La Ferla of The New York Times knows how to make an impression on the impressionable. During the round of parties preceding the New York Fashion Week, Stephen Knoll, a hair stylist, gave my satchel- size Yves Saint Laurent Muse bag the once-over. “Handsome,” he murmured. Then he focused on my Marni coat, with […]
According to Reuters, the Spanish like a little meat on their bones. The world’s first ban on overly thin models at a top-level fashion show in Madrid has caused outrage among modeling agencies and raised the prospect of restrictions at other catwalk pageants. Madrid’s fashion week has turned away underweight models after protests that young […]