- Annheuser Busch
If you’ve seen or heard the phrase “Dilly Dilly” at your local pub or on social media in the last few weeks, you can thank Bud Light for turning the phrase into a cultural phenomenon.
Last week at Business Insider’s IGNITION conference in New York, we got to chat with the man ultimately responsible for the “Dilly Dilly” campaign: Anheuser-Busch InBev Chief Marketing Officer Miguel Patricio.
Catch the conversation here.
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Reddit and its users are ratcheting up their opposition to the FCC’s imminent repeal of its net neutrality rules. On Friday, Reddit users by the dozens posted pictures of members of Congress who oppose the rules.
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Speaking of Walmart, the retailer has stopped selling the controversial shirt that encourages lynching journalists. The shirt was offered through third-party seller Teespring, which removed the shirt from its site for a second time after first doing so in 2016.
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Facebook is planning to test pre-roll video ads ahead of Watch shows in the coming weeks, Ad Age reports. The argument is that people will eb less averse to them in Watch since they are coming in to watch specific pieces of content.
Ad agencies and chief marketing officers are swarming to new smartphone quiz game HQ Trivia, The New York Times reports. But they’re still unsure exactly what kind of advertising model to introduce on the app.
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