You know how people say “[Blank] is my Super Bowl?” Well, the Super Bowl really is my Super Bowl.
The recent tongue-in-cheek “cease and desist” letter sent to Jacob Rees-Mogg MP created quite a talking point.
The emergence of social as a broadcast platform now gives people the unprecedented opportunity to share and amplify their messages to a much larger audience than ever before.
During the afternoon panel at Thomson Reuters, speakers from the hip hop music industry talked about their understanding and experience with hip hop culture and branding.
Here are 7 ads that we feel Pass the Skip Test – spots so good they’re probably more entertaining than the funny cat video you clicked from social media, and they’re definitely worth a watch.
Amidst the travel chaos and ensuing protests that erupted a few days ago, we released our latest work for UNICEF, ‘The Shared Story of Harry and Ahmed’ – the story of two child refugees 80 years apart.
Marquee events like the Super Bowl are rare times when people actively look forward to commercials. But with the cost of a spot reaching $5 million, advertisers have been thinking differently about how they can still participate.
Predictions, it turns out, are a dangerous thing when it comes to guessing what might happen when America thrusts itself into the star spangled spotlight of the worlds eyes and ears.
Maximizing the digital footprint of Super Bowl advertising campaigns extends much further than simply posting television ads to YouTube.
Advertisers know that sporting events present some of the best times to get in front of a massive audience.