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    Turner, which was one of the last media companies still involved in upfront talks, has finished its business. The company wrapped up its negotiations with double-digit CPM (cost per thousand viewers reached) gains and secured volume increases in the mid-single digits, according to a person familiar with negotiations. Donna Speciale, Turner Ad Sales president, finished...

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    In a ploy to keep subscribers happy, traditional cable companies are continuing to partner with large streaming companies. In keeping with that, Comcast announced today that it agreed to launch Amazon Prime Video on Xfinity X1. "Amazon Prime Video's growing list of originals, movies, shows, documentaries and kids' programming will be an excellent complement to...

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    To commemorate its IPO today, speaker company Sonos recreated the Nasdaq bell that opens each trading day. By the time the closing bell rang, Sonos closed up more than 32 percent. The long-anticipated IPO comes as Sonos upgrades its speaker lineup to compete with the likes of Google, Amazon and Apple. Sonos hopes its legacy...

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    Getty Images is embracing artificial intelligence, starting with a way to help publishers pick photos. Today, the photo agency debuted a tool that uses AI to analyze a story and suggest photos that might go along with it depending on the text and content. The tool, called Panels, uses natural language processing--a term for how...

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    Almost a week after The New Yorker published its explosive story in which six women accused him of sexual harassment and intimidation, CBS Corp. CEO and chairman Leslie Moonves was front and center this afternoon on the company's quarterly earnings call. However, he did not discuss or allude to the story by Ronan Farrow, even...

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    Ad agency network MDC Partners called its financial performance for the first half of 2018 "poor" in an earnings call today but sounded more optimistic about the last six months of the fiscal year. Executives focused on several recent moves to reduce costs and improve efficiency, along with major hires including, most prominently, that of...

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    It's a truth universally acknowledged that a brand in possession of a good marketing strategy must be in want of a customer under the age of 35. So obsessed are we with millennials and Gen Z today that there are now agencies whose sole purpose is to help companies understand how to market to them....

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    In a somewhat similar fashion to Palau, New Zealand takes its protection of the environment. As one enters the country, signs are prominently displayed articulating the strict laws designed to keep the island nation beautiful. Additionally, this ethos is ingrained in the country's culture and people. Kiwi attitudes for drunken driving is similarly intense. Like...

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    It's been one year since FX launched FX+, in which subscribers can receive commercial-free access to all of FX and FXX's current original series, as well as many library titles, for an additional $6 a month. But only Xfinity and some Cox Contour subscribers had been able to sign on for the offering--until now. FX...

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    Last week, I celebrated my redundaversary: two years since I was made redundant from Ogilvy London. And I do mean "celebrated," as, honestly, it was the best thing that could have happened to me. Over the last few years, the advertising industry has seen huge waves of redundancies--better known as layoffs in the States--hitting agencies...

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    Remember that time when the International House of Pancakes decided to shock the world and changed its named to the International House of Burgers? At the time, you may have been one of the many skeptical souls wondering whether the stunt actually helped the International House of Pancakes dive into the burger business. Well, the...

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    In recent years, canned wine has become ubiquitous. The convenience of a can, coupled with clever packaging and more approachable messaging, has helped marketers grow millennials' interest in drinking wine. For the Coppola Winery, the trick isn't to suddenly start making canned wine--the winery has been doing so since the early 2000s--but to educate consumers...

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    Three years after FX Networks CEO John Landgraf coined the term "peak TV" to describe the overwhelming amount of content available on broadcast, cable and streaming platforms, the exec said the deluge of scripted series will continue from some time. Landgraf initially predicted that peak TV would have peaked by 2015 or 2016, but that...

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    Being a teenager is tough. For any victim of bullying, social media adds fuel to the fire. Wunderman Buenos Aires created a cyberbullying campaign for the Argentina-based telecommunications company, Movistar. What sets this campaign apart from other cyberbullying ads is how it's told: in two parallel timelines where the viewer can select which version to...

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    Joanna Coles, the chief content officer of Hearst Magazines, is stepping down, The New York Post reported today. Hearst did not return multiple requests for comment. Coles is expected to leave the company next week. Her departure comes on the heels of Troy Young's appointment to Hearst Magazine's president. Young, who led the company's digital...

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    Burberry unveiled two new aspects of its brand identity this week: One was a quite lovely tessellated monogram created from the initials of founder Thomas Burberry. The other was a new wordmark for the brand, and while Burberry's chief creative officer loves it, the reaction among fans has been notably mixed. The brand's first logo...

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    Cond? Nast CEO Bob Sauerberg confirmed Thursday to staffers in a email that after a review to determine which titles were "vital" to growth, the publisher of Vogue and The New Yorker would sell off Brides, Golf Digest and W - all of which are niche publications that are limited in their ability to scale....

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    The Americans capped off its gripping final season by winning three Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards on Saturday night. At the ceremony in Los Angeles, FX's critically acclaimed drama, which is nominated for four Emmys, was honored as program of the year--the evening's top award--and for outstanding achievement in drama, while star Keri Russell was...

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    Thanks to digital transformation, there are myriad ways to reach consumers, and these new channels have revolutionized not just how advertising is conceived, executed and distributed, but who makes it. Then add to the mix shrinking ad budgets, shifting agency models and the rise of big data and analytics. Together, they are shaking up the...

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    During CBS Corp.'s quarterly earnings call last Thursday, Les Moonves sounded like his usual ?ber-confident self, making his typical boasts to investors about "record results," "another very strong quarter," "another terrific upfront" and "another great schedule this fall." But the CEO and chairman was only able to maintain his braggadocio because no one on the...

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