Bloomberg Studio 1.0: Spotify CEO Daniel Ek

May.26 — Spotify Chief Executive Officer Daniel Ek talks about about how he expects Apple to further open up its platform a year after the Stockholm-based music streaming company filed an antitrust complaint with the European Union. He also speaks about the company’s Covid-19 efforts to help musicians, the $18 Billion opportunity in advertising sales … Read more Bloomberg Studio 1.0: Spotify CEO Daniel Ek

Radio Consumers Are More Engaged Than Ever, Says iHeartMedia CEO

May.19 — Bob Pittman, iHeartMedia Inc chief executive officer, discusses the changing media and advertising landscape due to the covid-19 pandemic. He speaks on “Bloomberg Technology.” Disclaimer: Bloomberg Radio provides programming to iHeart Media and operates KNEW-AM through a local marketing agreement in San Francisco.

Advertising industry revenue is in free fall

Despite millions being stuck at home and watching TV during #COVID19 pandemic, ad revenue is in free fall. Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on VK https://vk.com/rt_international Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/rttv #RT (Russia … Read more Advertising industry revenue is in free fall

Coronavirus communicators: Path-breaking pandemic journalism | The Listening Post

In our non-stop coverage of the media side of the coronavirus pandemic over the past few months, we have trained our lens on its more troubling aspects: From misinformation being spread by citizens, journalists and governments alike to the war of narratives being waged by great powers. But COVID-19 has also brought out the best … Read more Coronavirus communicators: Path-breaking pandemic journalism | The Listening Post

Vehicle website impersonators targeting Australian farmers in catfishing schemes | ABC News

Australian pastoralists are falling victim to online scammers, who are creating fake websites advertising tractor, motorbike and caravan sales. The Northern Territory’s consumer watchdog has uncovered more than 20 of these sites and says almost 400 thousand dollars has been lost so far. Felicity James reports. Read the story here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-05/darwin-couple-lose-20000-to-tractor-ad-scammers/12214526 For more from ABC … Read more Vehicle website impersonators targeting Australian farmers in catfishing schemes | ABC News

Disney Takes $1.4 Billion Coronavirus Hit, With Worse to Come

Walt Disney Co. investors got a taste of just how bad the coronavirus pandemic will be for the world’s largest entertainment company. The crisis cost Disney as much as $1.4 billion in lost profit last quarter, the company said Tuesday, with $1 billion coming from shuttered theme parks alone, and nearly every part of its … Read more Disney Takes $1.4 Billion Coronavirus Hit, With Worse to Come

2020 NFL Draft Becomes Lifeline for Sports-Betting

The NFL draft is always a closely watched event, with sports fans, gamblers and fantasy-football addicts eagerly awaiting each pick. But this year — when the rest of the sports world is shut down because of the coronavirus — it’s become a lifeline for broadcasters, advertisers and bookmakers that are all starved for content. FanDuel … Read more 2020 NFL Draft Becomes Lifeline for Sports-Betting

On data and privacy, can we put the genie back in the bottle? | Studio B: Unscripted (web extra)

In this excerpt from Studio B: Unscripted, award-winning award-winning Filipino journalist Maria Ressa and Cambridge Analytica whistleblower, Christopher Wylie discuss what they see as the way forward in data regulation. In 2012 Ressa set up the digital news platform, Rappler, known for its tough scrutiny of the government. She is currently facing charges of fraud, … Read more On data and privacy, can we put the genie back in the bottle? | Studio B: Unscripted (web extra)

Government unveils $50m support package for media | nzherald.co.nz

The Government has unveiled a $50 million package to help the media industry which has seen advertising revenues plummet due to the coronavirus pandemic. Full story: https://bit.ly/3brnrvE Subscribe: https://goo.gl/LP45jX Check out our playlists: https://goo.gl/Swd249 Like NZ Herald on Facebook: https://goo.gl/tUC4oq Follow NZ Herald on Instagram: https://goo.gl/oLicXe Follow NZ Herald on Twitter: https://goo.gl/Wi6mbv

Xbox Series XXL – 8K Parody Trailer

UPDATE: If you’re anything like us, you’re awaiting the launch of the XBOX Series X with bated breath and visions of pre-purchased pending downloads dancing in your head. So why wait? We decided we didn’t want to delay seeing some slick, next-gen XBOX advertising and made our own spot! This one’s for a line of … Read more Xbox Series XXL – 8K Parody Trailer

Selfies and hopeful messages: How the ad industry is adapting to the coronavirus age

Coronavirus has the advertising industry scrambling to produce spots that offer reassurance and help. It means touting contactless delivery and thanking health care workers. The pandemic will change how marketing is done and what people see, experts say. Read more: https://wapo.st/39XI2pR. SPECIAL OFFER: To thank you for your support, here’s a deal on a Washington … Read more Selfies and hopeful messages: How the ad industry is adapting to the coronavirus age

French city of Lyon launches fashion film festival

Over the last decade, fashion films have become a cinematographic sub-category in their own right. The genre raises important questions which are now being studied at art schools: are fashion films just a new form of advertising or standalone works of art? Are they the logical extension of a brand’s marketing strategy or social commentary? As the birthplace of … Read more French city of Lyon launches fashion film festival

Will cinemas be a casualty of COVID-19? | Download This Show

Cinemas are shutting their doors because of the coronavirus. But when they finally reopen, will the movie studios still need them? Marc Fennell is joined by Ariel Bogle, online technology reporter at ABC Science and Jonathan Seidler, advertising creative. Listen to more Download This Show podcasts at https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/downloadthisshow/