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Entrepreneur Magazine For Just $4.85 per Year! 

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3 Popular Magazines for Just $12 – Over 75 to Choose From

Today, you can score a great deal on 3 for $12 on over 75 Magazines. Right now, you can get: Business Category Entrepreneur Fast Company Home Business INC Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Cars & Trucks Category Car and Driver Rider Road & Track Motor Trend Motorcyclist Hot Bike Cycle World American Snowmobiler Transworld Motocross Cooking Category... Read More Read more about 3 Popular Magazines for Just $12 – Over 75 to Choose From
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Road & Track Magazine For Just $4.85 per Year! 

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Bicycling Magazine Deal $4.99/Year

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Backpacker Magazine Deal $4.99/Year

  Backpacker Magazine Coupon January 2019 – Magazine of wilderness travel offering practical “you can do it–here’s how” advice to enjoy every trip. Filled with the best places, gear and information for all kinds of hiking and camping trips with fold-out maps and stunning color photography. Backpacker publishes 9 issues a year in the months... Read More Read more about Backpacker Magazine Deal $4.99/Year
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Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #11: January 2019 Editorial

Increasingly, we’re trying to find a reason for art. It might be education, wellbeing, discovery, freedom of thought, cultural understanding, community growth, etc. etc. Key to that though is taking apart the elements of the art world that exist for their own sake, and discussing the value of simply existing as a part of a […] The post Art in Liverpool Magazine, issue #11: January 2019 Editorial appeared first on
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SpecialGuest Provides Brands a Cast of Creative Directors to Choose From

SpecialGuest spun off from sibling company 1stAveMachine as a distinct, separate offering over four years ago, with co-founder Aaron Duffy providing creative direction to clients. Since then, SpecialGuest has worked with brands including Google, Spotify, Squarespace and YouTube. SpecialGuest has branched out to offer the approach across a range of creative directors. Duffy likened the...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Duffy, SpecialGuest, Aaron Duffy, Leadership & Talent, Google Spotify Squarespace, YouTube SpecialGuest

This Musician Found a Community of Fans on Reddit. Now, He Leads Brand Strategy for the Platform

As a musician, Will Cady knows just how hard it can be to attract an audience. But on Reddit, Cady found himself a thriving community of fans who not only listened to and shared his music, but even went so far as to find him a new venue in 2013 when show plans fell apart...
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Infographic: Influencers Are Getting Brands More Sales Than Celebrities Are

Influencers have been a hot topic among marketers for years now, but using them has translated to more than just social engagement for brands, according to new data from consumer intelligence research platform CivicScience. In fact, 22 percent of respondents said they had purchased something because an influencer recommended it on social media. That's compared...
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Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Got Its Name From a Flubbed Radio Show Line

Food companies usually have the R&D department to thank for a product that wins its way into American stomachs. In the case of Campbell's Chicken Noodle soup, the thanks must also go a radio actor named Freeman Gosden. Don't know him? Well, if you lived in prewar America, you would. Gosden voiced the Amos character...
Tags: General, Advertising, America, Magazine, Perspective, Gosden, Campbell 's Chicken Noodle, Freeman Gosden Don

How Production Companies Are Taking a Bite Out of Agency Business

It's no secret that holding companies have their backs up against the wall as MDC Partners is up for sale and WPP is mashing agencies together left and right in order to survive and hopefully flourish again. There are a number of reasons behind their struggles, but according to Pivotal Research senior analyst Brian Wieser,...
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How Barbara Walters, Adweek’s TV News Legend, Changed the Industry ‘Forever’

Barbara Walters reinvented TV news during her five decades in the business. In 1974, she became the first female co-host of an American news program on Today (though she had already been doing the job unofficially for a decade); and two years later, ABC Evening News named her the first female co-anchor of a network...
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Robin Roberts and Diane Sawyer Open Up About Making Morning TV History

In 2005, one year after the launch of TVNewser (now owned by Adweek), morning news history was made when Robin Roberts joined Diane Sawyer as anchor of ABC's Good Morning America. It marked the first time ever that two women had hosted a national morning news show. They worked side by side for five years,...
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These 30 TV Newsers Fueled the Industry’s Incredible Evolution Over the Past 15 Years

On Jan. 1, 2004, a Towson University college freshman named Brian Stelter (now chief media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and anchor of Reliable Sources) launched a potent little blog about the TV news business. First called CableNewser, then renamed TVNewser that July when it joined the Mediabistro Blog Network, it quickly became the go-to industry...
Tags: Advertising, Cnn, Magazine, Brian Stelter, Towson University, Programming & Performance, Mediabistro Blog Network

How a Cable News Blog Turned Into a Top Source for the Highs and Lows of Broadcast Media

Television news matters. The networks should be monitored, scrutinized, criticized and applauded when appropriate. And all of the scrutiny makes TV news better. That was the simple idea behind the launch of my blog CableNewser 15 years ago. I was a television news junkie, and I wanted to read more about the shows, the stars...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Voice, Lows of Broadcast Media

Why Privacy Standards Need to Catch Up With the Rapidly Advancing Internet of Things

In his day job, Peter Bihr is a strategic consultant who provides big tech companies and the occasional government with policy work, research and product advice around Internet of Things (IoT) technology and other emerging platforms. But earlier this year, Bihr set out to solve one of the many problems that marketers face when using...
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Brand Safety Is More Than Just a Programmatic Problem. It Plagues Paid Search, Too

Mention the term "brand safety" to those with a cursory knowledge of how online advertising works and it conjures images of content farmers fueling ad networks to game the convoluted programmatic ecosystem of legitimate ad dollars. The end result is that ads from household brands are then served on low-quality websites containing everything from fake...
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7 TV News Titans Who It Turns Out Were Not Too Big to Fail

Over the last 15 years, TVNewser has documented the downfall of some of the most high-profile TV news personalities--journalism professionals who had been welcomed into homes day after day for years, only to be undone seemingly in an instant. Below, a look at some of the most notable TV-news flameouts since 2004. Dan Rather In...
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Letter From The UK: Crunch Time Across The Pond

We are not quite panicking yet over the impending arrival of 29 March 2019 and the UK exit (or ‘Brexit’) from the European Union, but we’re certainly getting a bit edgy. You see, for the average member of the British public watching politicians floundering about like gasping fish on a riverbank, there is an increasing feeling of helplessness. Do we take the deal as offered by our flaccid government or do we go the full ‘No Deal,’ which effectively is like a yawning black hole of economic uncerta...
Tags: Europe, Usa, UK, Eu, European Union, Britain, Magazine, Autos, SMMT, Brexit, Society of Motor Manufacturers, Car Talk, Geoff Maxted, Letter From the U.K

How Brands Can Stand Out From the Crowd at an Astounding Event Like CES

To state the obvious, CES is massive. If your brand is trying to make an impact at the biggest technology trade show on the planet, you're not alone. I've done the rodeo many times, launched products there with multiple companies and experienced all of the successes (and failures) of breaking through the CES noise. So...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Voice

Infographic: 73% of Millennials Use Their Phones to Shop Online

When it comes to the intersection between tech and retail, there's no one-size-fits-all approach--especially for mobile. A new report from market research company GfK found that while a whopping 71 percent of millennials consider their mobile device to be their most important shopping tool, just 21 percent of boomers feel the same. "These findings highlight...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Magazine, GfK, Data & Insights

Reddit COO Jen Wong and Spotify Global VP Danielle Lee Talk Data, Diversity and Inclusion

Few brands have to simultaneously navigate how to talk to users as a brand and how to talk to other brands that want access to their users. But that's the position Spotify and Reddit find themselves in. That's why, ahead of the Jan. 8 kickoff of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where both...
Tags: Spotify, Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Reddit, Las Vegas, Consumer Electronics Show, Brandweek, Jen Wong, Spotify Global VP Danielle Lee Talk Data Diversity

Editor’s Letter: It’s Viva Las Vegas for Brands

For the brand marketers among the 180,000 attendees and more than 4,400 exhibiting companies making their annual march on Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show is both a starting gun and FOMO-charged crucible. Hard on the heels of the holiday season, it's the unofficial start of the year and stepping off the plane at McCarran...
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National Geographic Dares to Think Outside the (Yellow) Box With Valley of the Boom

Matthew Carnahan cannot be accused of false advertising. The creator of Valley of the Boom, premiering Jan. 13 on Nat Geo, pitched the genre-bending scripted-and-documentary hybrid as a project that would elasticize and perhaps even traumatize the storied cable network. "I told them I was going to blow up their perfect gold box," Carnahan says,...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Nat Geo, Matthew Carnahan, Carnahan, Brandweek, National Geographic Dares, Yellow Box With Valley

What Ever Happened to Netscape?

Silicon Valley has always had sky-high ambitions--and the flameouts to match. Below, we examine the fiery fate of three of the original dot-com boom's most prominent companies: Netscape, Pixelon and Netscape Industry watchers say Netscape died with its acquisition by AOL for $4.2 billion in 1999 (chronicled in the National Geographic series Valley of...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Aol, Silicon Valley, National Geographic, Netscape, Brandweek, Netscape Pixelon, Netscape Industry

Long Seen as Tech’s Sleeping Giant, Microsoft’s Stealth Approach Is Starting to Pay Off

As children, we're told patience is a virtue, that slow and steady wins the race. But in Silicon Valley, where the "build fast, break fast" ethos guides companies, being a turtle is a sin. With this backdrop, Microsoft, that lumbering giant nestled among the forests of the Pacific Northwest, took the financial and tech worlds...
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Microsoft Reboots Its Look to Better Connect With Consumers

In November, Microsoft began unveiling the first phases of a major rebrand, starting with an overhaul of its entire suite of Office icons, followed soon after by a redesign of its Outlook email app. "It's the beginning of a larger set of guidelines," says Becky Brown, creative director at Microsoft. Designers and engineers from various...
Tags: Microsoft, Advertising, Ces, Magazine, Becky Brown, Brandweek

Who Is Watching Whom: Are Regulations Keeping Up With Internet-Connected TVs?

Traditional television ad spend is down, indicative of the fact that the TV screen, which for so long was the epicenter of most homes in the U.S., is no longer king of the media jungle. And the numbers reflect this: Per eMarketer, mobile surpassed TV in terms of ad spend in 2018 with wireless devices...
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Who Is Watching Who: Are Regulations Keeping Up With Internet-Connected TVs?

Traditional television ad spend is down, indicative of the fact that the TV screen, which for so long was the epicenter of most homes in the U.S., is no longer king of the media jungle. And the numbers reflect this: Per eMarketer, mobile surpassed TV in terms of ad spend in 2018 with wireless devices...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Magazine