Brandon Allen, CEO and one of the twenty-something co-founders of Santa Barbara-based vineyard Slo Down wines, bares his buns in a thong and cheekless chaps in a new online campaign to promote the vintner's "Sexual Chocolate" wine.
The concept behind Kidzania -- essentially a theme park that's about work -- is growing like a weed abroad, with 12 existing locations and openings scheduled this year in Kuwait City, Cairo, Sao Paulo, Mumbai and Istanbul.
As much as we all talked about 2013 finally being the Year of Mobile, I'm convinced that it actually is going to be the Year of Video.
A newly sober single mom, stay-at-home dads or brothers in the army? Tell us which new sitcom premise is getting the broadcast axe first this fall.
Advertising Age makes a cameo appearance in Reddit's new ad-sales pitch deck in the form of quote grabbed from my recent column about the social-news site: "Reddit has become, simply put, mainstream media.
TV viewers will be forgiven if they feel a sense of deja vu when new shows debut in September. With competition from cable and the web growing, broadcasters are leaning more on past successes and big names to find fresh hits.
Greg Karber -- a self-described "writer, performer, video-maker, cultural critic and entrepreneur" based in L.
A week after the biggest advertiser in the world -- Procter & Gamble -- announced it would stretch the time it takes to pay agencies to 75 days, packaged-goods giant Mondelez has gone a step further, instituting 120-day payment terms.
A new campaign against child abuse built around a sign that looks different to viewers of different heights has made its way onto the Viral Video Chart, entering at No.
Does the future of media include breaking-news headlines materializing in front of your eyes as you walk down the street?
CNN and Elle magazine have become the second and third media brands with apps on Google Glass, following The New York Times, and all three are testing early adopters' appetite for a constant stream of content served to them on the go.