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We discuss potential purchasers for Fox and Disney, and a disturbing web content trend. Our rants and raves include net neutrality and audio content; then we sign off with an example of the week that's been 210 weeks in the making.
We unpack new research on content spending, share predictions for 2018, and discuss the demise of Van Winkle's. Rants and raves include Snapchat and the art of questioning; then we close the show with an example from Maxwell House.
We discuss revenue moves from CNN and Guardian, and whether content marketing is in crisis or on the verge of opportunity. Rants and raves cover audience building and the flight to video; then we float an example of the week your way.
We reveal news about PNR's future. Meanwhile, advertising's future remains uncertain, and LinkedIn drops the ball on original content. Mumbrella makes our rants and raves; then we share a This Old Marketing example on Lloyd's List.
We discuss the publisher's role in battling bad online ads, and media companies' loyalty rankings. Our rants and raves cover Nielsen's flawed Netflix measurement model, then we close with an example of the week from Polyface Farms.
We discuss the Brandwatch/BuzzSumo acquisition, Snapchat's new location-based services, and a "Killing Marketing" model from Mercedes. Our rants and raves cover transparency; then we close with an example of the week from Alcoa.
We discuss Google's olive branch to publishers, Amazon's new blitz on the ad game, and Blue Apron's podcasting push. Our rants and raves feature Lloyds Bank and Amazon; then we wrap up with an example of the week on The Points Guy.
We explore Advertising Week, a battle between Google and Amazon, and Twitter's time-wasting 280 character test. Rants and raves include Time's new membership model; then we share an example of the week on Chagrin Falls Film Festival.