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Kingdom Season 1 Episode 5 Recap

Kingdom Season 1 Episode 5 Recap In the previous episode of Kingdom, Lee Chang, Mu-yeong, and Seo-bi evaded arrest and set off to Sangju to meet with Lord Ahn Hyeon. The head scholar, Kim Sun was arrested for conspiring against the crown and the rest of the scholar leadership learned of the zombie disease ravaging the kingdom. What does this next installment have in store? Let’s find out as we recap Kingdom season 1 episode 5! Making Camp PB = PB || {};...
Tags: TV, Movies, Kingdom, Seo, Netflix, Recap, TV Recap, Chang, Hanyang, Kim Sun, Ahn, ComingSoon, Lee Chang, Royal Army, Mu yeong, Jiyulheon Chang

Jeff Bezos Nudes, Self-Aware Fish, and Brain Zapping: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

A good rule of thumb if you’re going to threaten to publish nude photos of the richest man on the planet unless he says you’re not working with the Saudi government is: Probably don’t do that! And if for some reason you are reckless enough to do that, you probably shouldn’t do so in writing!Read more...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, TV, Science, Technology, Movies, Instagram, Net Neutrality, Labor, Drugs, Horror, Funerals, China, Social Media, Star Trek, Fish

Kingdom Season 1 Episode 4 Recap

Kingdom Season 1 Episode 4 Recap In the previous episode of Kingdom, Lee Chang revealed his identity to the magistrate and helped clean up the magistrate’s office after the zombie attack. Chang also discovered that the king had died and had been turned into a zombie. What does this next installment have in store? Let’s find out as we recap Kingdom season 1 episode 4! A Dead Sprint PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {};
Tags: TV, Movies, Kingdom, Seo, Netflix, Recap, TV Recap, Chang, Hanyang, Kim Sun, ComingSoon, Lee Chang, Royal Army, Haewon Cho Clan, Jiyulheon, Jiyulheon Along

Kingdom Season 1 Episode 3 Recap

Kingdom Season 1 Episode 3 Recap In the previous episode of Kingdom, the bodies of the villagers in Jiyulheon were found and taken to the magistrate’s office, the bodies re-animated and killed all at the magistrate’s office, and Lee Chang evaded arrest. What does this next installment have in store? Let’s find out as we recap Kingdom season 1 episode 3! Survival of the Fittest PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAut...
Tags: TV, Movies, Kingdom, Seo, Netflix, Recap, Mu, TV Recap, Chang, Hanyang, ComingSoon, Lee Chang, Haewon Cho Clan, Dongnae, Lee Seung hui, Dongnae Chang

Honest Abe To The Rescue

Are you planning a Super Bowl party? You won’t need a Benjamin or two to feed your friends, because this year, a stack of Lincolns gets the job done. GSD&M’s new ad campaign for Pizza Hut—the agency’s first, after adding the account last year—relies on two of the foundational concepts in marketing: price and promotion. In […] The post Honest Abe To The Rescue appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, Super Bowl, Promotions, Agencies, Directors, Creative Review, Ad People, Production Community

Herb Kelleher Passionately Pursued His Company’s Purpose

Herb Kelleher, the founder and philosopher of Southwest Airlines, passed away this month at the age of 87. According to his obituary in The New York Times, Mr. Kelleher, was a lawyer who moved from New Jersey to San Antonio to start his own law practice. Then in 1967, one of his clients, Rollin W. […] The post Herb Kelleher Passionately Pursued His Company’s Purpose appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, Brands, Change Agents, Customer Service, New York Times, New Jersey, Southwest Airlines, San Antonio, Herb Kelleher, Kelleher, Brand Evangelism, Lifestyle Marketing, Cause-Related Marketing, Travel/Tourism Marketing, Management Theory

Susan Zirinsky Rises to the Challenge and the Top of the Org Chart

Crackle snap clash pop. It’s the glorious sound of another glass ceiling shattered. Susan Zirinsky, 66, is the first woman ever to head up CBS News. She has been working at the television network for 46 years. According to The post Susan Zirinsky Rises to the Challenge and the Top of the Org Chart appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, CBS News She, Media Trends, Susan Zirinsky, Women Warriors

The TV Industry Is Stumbling Toward Customer Centricity

I’ve just returned from a few days in the sun, having once again participated in Beet.TV’s annual Beet Retreat. (Wonderfully, we returned to Puerto Rico this year.*) The theme was “It’s Consumer-First in TV Land,” which I really hoped the conference would pay off on. Why? Well, we know that consumer attitudes about advertising are […]
Tags: Ecommerce, Video, TV, Television, Media, Advertising, Puerto Rico, Media Buying, Advertising Agencies, Promoted, Marketing & Strategy, Omnichannel Advertising, Stumbling Toward Customer Centricity

YouTube are testing back-to-back ads on videos

There’s nothing worse than being engrossed in a YouTube video and it’s interrupted by a mid-video advert. So YouTube are testing out ‘ad pods’ to get multiple ads out of the way in one block. YouTube have began testing playing two consecutive adverts before videos instead of splitting them out across the video. Creating a more uninterrupted experience would definitely enhance YouTube’s giant video platform with adverts popping up in the middle of longer videos often randomly placed and there...
Tags: Videos, Video, Music, TV, Youtube, Advertising, Watch, Ad, Ads, Advertisers, Watching, Adverts, Session, Digital Video News, Uninterrupted, Ad Pods

How Do You Sell the National Right-Wing Agenda? You Buy Up the Local TV Stations

Media literacy is one of the most important factors in our ability to remain free. When news is “fake” and science is junk, only the supreme leader has the truth. It sounds like dystopian fiction, but fiction has a funny way of showing us the truth. Before we dive into an examination of the widespread […] The post How Do You Sell the National Right-Wing Agenda? You Buy Up the Local TV Stations appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, Influence, Media Literacy, Media Trends, Industry Analysis

Ads That Try Too Hard Leave A Stain; Why Can’t More Ads Simply Entertain?

When a big consumer brand has an even larger media budget, and the will to use it, viewers hope that the company’s ads do not annoy the living hell out of them. It’s a hope that is often unfulfilled. Did you know that American television viewers are asked to endure approximately three hours of advertisements […] The post appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, Advertainment, Creative Review, Taglines

ZEEL launches online ad platform for small retail advertisers

Zee Entertainment (ZEEL) has launched an online ad platform called for small retail advertisers to advertise on Zee’s TV channels. Users of the platform will be able to advertise on Zee TV, Zee Cinema and Zee News across 15 of ZEEL’s key markets like Mumbai, Maharashtra, Delhi NCR, UP,... ...
Tags: Travel, TV, Television, News, Internet, Advertising, Zee, Zeel, Zee News, Zee5, Zee Entertainment ZEEL, Zee TV Zee Cinema, Mumbai Maharashtra Delhi

What Financial Marketers Need To Know About Digital Video Advertising Now

With all eyes on YouTube, banks and credit unions will need to shift their TV dollars over to digital video if they hope to reach consumers. The post What Financial Marketers Need To Know About Digital Video Advertising Now appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Google, Video, TV, Youtube, Finance, Advertising, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Forrester, Digital Marketing, Jim Nail, Brandon Verblow

Feud Week, Dungeons & Dragons, Shooting Bigfoot, and IFA 2018: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Here at Gizmodo, we’ve just wrapped up Feud Week: A series on personality and business clashes in the tech world, scientific disputes, and whether or not to shoot Bigfoot. (I say let the big guy do his thing, unless it turns out it’s kidnapping people with mind-waves to make more Bigfoots.) Some have said that a Nice…Read more...
Tags: Psychology, Apple, Amazon, Gadgets, Facebook, Twitter, Weather, TV, Science, Technology, Movies, Animals, Race, Social Media, Smartphones, Headphones

Dish is the first TV provider to offer support for Apple’s Business Chat

Dish today announced it’s becoming the first TV provider to offer customer support over Apple’s Business Chat. Launched earlier this year, Business Chat allows companies to communicate with their customers over iMessage in order to answer questions, provide customer service, or even enable purchases. In Dish’s case, the TV provider says its customers can use Business Chat to reach a live agent with their questions, make account changes, schedule an appointment, and more. They can even use the...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Mobile, Facebook, Twitter, TV, Television, Facebook Pages, Social Media, Customer Service, Dish, Lowe, Aramark, Business Chat, Twitter Today, Apple Business Chat

Kiniro Mosaic Appears on BBC News

The Fosse Farmhouse, a real life B&B in England used as the inspiration for a setting in moe anime Kiniro Mosaic, has received a special TV spot on BBC News Points West, an event bound to earn the establishment even more business. The news segment, which explains that fans from all across the world frequently […]
Tags: UK, England, TV, Marketing, Bbc, BBC News, Tourism, Anime, Comparison, 2D vs 3D, Kiniro Mosaic, BBC News Points West

Hulu Scrambles to Pull All Reruns of Roseanne After Star's Racist Tweet

The torturous situation caused by TV star and far-right conspiracy theorist Roseanne Barr, whose 90s-era show Roseanne was revived for 2018 in some kind of horribly misguided effort to appeal to Donald Trump supporters, culminated in a predictable implosion this week. Barr—who has been tweeting for months about the …Read more...
Tags: Twitter, TV, Science, Technology, Television, Social Media, Streaming, Hulu, Donald Trump, Roseanne Barr, Barr, Roseanne

Birds Are Way Cool—Let’s Save Them

Did you know that nearly 314 bird species are on the brink of extinction today? This is not the centennial celebration that fans of biodiversity and the 100-year old Migratory Bird Act wanted. When Looney Advertising in Montclair, New Jersey learned that more than half of the birds in North America are at serious risk […] The post Birds Are Way Cool—Let’s Save Them appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, North America, Agencies, Public Service, Montclair New Jersey, Cause-Related Marketing

NSDU's 'Human Test' on Amazon Echo on Google Home

Love this -  Series 3 of 'Humans' is starting soon on Channel 4, and they've produced this 'Human Test', from the NSDU - National Synth Detection Unit - to see if you are a human or a 'synth'. #WeArePeople has teamed up with the National Synth Detection Unit. In the fight to protect our species from the threat of Synthetics, we need to prove we are #Humans. Have you taken the test? #GoogleHome #Alexa — We Are People (@WeArePeopleUK) April 27, 20...
Tags: TV, Advertising, Content, Voice, Alexa, Dan, Google Home, NSDU, NSDU National Synth Detection Unit, WeArePeople, National Synth Detection Unit, Google Home Very

HBO Takes Westworld Viral Marketing Into New Worlds

Ahead of the premiere of Westworld‘s second season on Sunday, HBO released a viral campaign designed to reward hardcore fans with a trail of clues about where the action might be heading next. Leading up to the first series premiere, HBO had launched, a consumer-facing travel website that introduced fans to Westworld and planted story Easter eggs that would pay off months later. The Season 1 viral campaign won a Shorty award and paid off as a teaser to the series “with 1.4...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, TV, Campaigns, Entertainment, Uncategorized, Advertising, Reddit, Westworld, Digital Marketing, Viral Marketing, Delos, WB, HBO Season, Delos Incorporated, Westworld Learn

Netflix Execs On Where They See Growth (and What to Watch)

Netflix certainly knows how to put on a show—including the company’s quarterly earnings reports, which instead of the usual audio presentation to analysts are presented as a talkshow-like Q&A that dispenses with rehashing what’s in each earnings report. (In the case of today’s first quarter earnings news, that would include $3.7 billion in revenue, $290 million net income and 7.4 million new subscribers worldwide.) Instead, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, CFO David Wells, Chief Content Officer Ted S...
Tags: Programming, Video, TV, Technology, Movies, Entertainment, Youtube, Uncategorized, Advertising, Digital, Netflix, Brazil, Denmark, Content, Morgan Stanley, Chris Rock

VTuber Shiro’s Asahi TV Debut

Virtual YouTuber “Dennou Shoujo Shiro” has been granted her own regular terrestrial TV spot on Asahi TV entitled “Saiki Michi”, something of a first for virtual YouTubers (Kizuna Ai’s debut came first, but was on satellite) despite poor Shiro still having a pitifully low subscriber count in comparison to other big names. The announcement was […]
Tags: Games, TV, Technology, Internet, Youtube, Marketing, Anime, Shiro, Otaku, 3D CG, Asahi TV, VTuber Shiro, Asahi TV Debut, YouTuber Dennou Shoujo Shiro, Saiki Michi

Product Placement on Netflix

Netflix is on a roll at the moment.  New shows or movies seemingly every day (or actually two every day - they have announced a plan to commission 700 this year), stats that , and their shows are generating lots of buzz.One recent show that I've seen is Queer Eye, the re-boot of the NBC make-over show from the early 2000s.It's a good show, if a bit focused on showing that all of life's problems can be solved by having a haircut, re-modelling your house, and spending lots of money on a new ward...
Tags: TV, Nbc, Advertising, Bbc, Netflix, Partnerships, Dan

YouTube TV will be all over the World Series for two more years

 As promised last month, YouTube TV is today launching the MLB Network on its streaming TV service, and with it, comes the announcement of an expanded promotional partnership with Major League Baseball. YouTube TV will again serve as the “presenting” sponsor of the World Series for two more years, and will debut a season-long sponsorship as well. In addition, YouTube TV subscribers… Read More
Tags: TV, Television, Media, Advertising, Sports, Tech, Mlb, Streaming Service, Streaming Tv, MLB Network, YouTube TV, Major League Baseball YouTube TV

Hashimoto Kanna VR Hand Feeding

A new TV CM featuring idol and actress Hashimoto Kanna feeding viewers “Puccho” candy has led to the creation of a campaign where participants can win a pair of “Puccho Aaan 4D goggles”, which will let them experience being fed by Hashimoto Kanna in virtual reality. The set of VR goggles will replicate a scenario […]
Tags: Games, TV, Technology, Marketing, Virtual Reality, Anime, Otaku, Ronery, CM, Hashimoto Kanna

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Tags: TV, Television, Abc, New York City, Customer Experience, Adweek, Branding, Calibri, Conner, Roseanne, William Mentz

Xfinity and Beyond: Comcast SVP Sridhar Solur on the Next Gen Home

At CES 2017, Comcast announced plans to deploy smart home hubs as part of its new, whole-home networking solution. By the time CES 2018 rolled around in early January, Comcast had launched its new smart home experience—at no additional cost—to its more than 15 million Internet customers with a compatible Xfinity Wireless Gateway. Comcast’s connected home operating system, the Wireless Gateway it calls Xfinity xFi, gives customers control of their digital lives, including managing and personaliz...
Tags: Mobile, Internet Of Things, Fashion, TV, New York, Technology, Entertainment, Time Warner, Wi-fi, India, Advertising, US, Toronto, Ces, Comcast, Telecommunications

Soon: Kizuna Ai’s Japanese TV Debut

Wildly reputed virtual YouTuber Kizuna Ai has taken the next big step on her journey towards stardom as she has announced that she will be starring in her own TV show, an opportunity denied even the famed Hatsune Miku. Entitled “Kizuna Ai’s BEAT Scramble”, it has not been specified what exactly the TV show will […]
Tags: Games, TV, Technology, Youtube, Marketing, Anime, 3D CG, YouTuber Kizuna Ai, Kizuna Ai

Yuru Camp Makes it Big on YBS

Disregarding the controversy surrounding its gruesome treatment of noodles, Yuru Camp has attracted the attention of the media as YBS conducted a special report on the camping anime – no doubt a result of its popularity with otaku who love cute 2D girls doing mundane things. The special segment: Any hawkers of camping goods or […]
Tags: TV, Marketing, Anime, Otaku, YBS, Yuru Camp

SuperBowl 52 Roundup: Fireplay Shares Details on Half-Time Show Laser Introduction!!

If you watched the Super Bowl, you got a solid show today– on the playing field. The one during half-time was pretty unique in its’ presentation. Courtesy of FIREPLAY, the introduction of Justin Timberlake was done by Fireplay with lasers and it was stunning! Gorgeous and complicated, Fireplay the company knows what it’s doing! Here […]
Tags: Quotes, TV, Style, Minnesota, Celebrity, Entertainment, Women, Uncategorized, Lifestyle, Sports, Events, Entrepreneurs, Seo, Art and design, Innovation, Men

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