The latest headlines, based on the Association of National Advertisers research, notes that three out of four marketers have in-house capabilities. The same research also acknowledges that 90% of ANA members still have a relationship with an agency, proving that agencies endure as we undergo the most massive transformation the industry has ever experienced. It’s also worth pointing out that some of these respondents may work at in-house agencies-the industry should be wary of reports where respondents are rating themselves.
There’s good news for multicultural millennial men, whether they’re cord cutters, skinny bundle subscribers, mobile entertainment consumers or just guys who love action: DangerTV.com is offering more than 800 hours of free streaming danger and adventure programming from around the world along with hundreds of short form stories.
Univision announced the Vota Conmigo (Vote with Me) get out the vote (GOTV) campaign as part of its Destino (Destination) 2018 election efforts to help educate the Hispanic community about where and how to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
Combate Americas and ACRONYM announced an innovative PSA campaign to encourage U.S. Hispanics to vote. ACRONYM is running the largest digital program focused on registering and mobilizing voters to the polls on Election Day and electing progressives to state legislative seats across the country.
Communications guru Daisy Expósito-Ulla joins the American Advertising Federation (AAF) chapter at The City College of New York for a conversation on Oct. 25 about her dynamic, high-profile career at the cross sections of marketing and social equity.
Vertical3 Media, the Miami-based digital advertising and marketing agency, announced today that it is launching a new division, Vertical3 Travel, to boost the already booming hospitality and travel sector in Miami.
Let’s consider accuracy in agency positioning. Why is it important? How can you tell if your positioning comes across as authentic? And what does it cost you when it doesn’t ring true? by Mark Duval / Duval Partnership
Throughout the history of mass consumer advertising, creative teams drove the bus while the media team played a support role. The advent of programmatic digital flipped that model on its head. Today it is the media team that leads every digital marketing effort, while the creative team has been relegated to a supporting role.