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Cyclists ride through a nearly empty Times Square in New York City on March 31, 2020.

CEOs mull the future of media and advertising, TV’s death spiral, and influencers branch out

Media and advertising CEOs peer into the future and predict how their industries will change, from WPP and Edelman to Barstool and Vice Media.
NBCUniversal promotes Peacock.

Meet the 23 executives leading the future of TV advertising

The TV advertising industry is facing mounting changes from drops in ratings and new over-the-top streaming services.

Beyond event cancellations, the coronavirus’ impact on advertising starts to sink in

In this week's Advertising & Media Insider newsletter, we look at how advertising and media is starting to grapple with the pandemic's impact.
NBCUniversal promotes Peacock.

Seeking nominations for the most important insiders shaping the future of TV advertising

We're looking for a variety of big names and people working behind the scenes who are shaping everything from over-the-top TV to new ad formats.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

Elizabeth Warren puts more billionaires on blast, reportedly purchasing CNBC ad time to further push her wealth tax

The video includes clips of investor Leon Cooperman, former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, and other billionaires criticizing Warren's wealth tax.
Robert "Bob" Norris, the first Marlboro Man on television.

The first ‘Marlboro Man’ on television died after never smoking a day in his life. Other cigarette mascots have met a different fate.

Robert Norris quit the Marlboro campaign due to concerns that he was setting a bad example for his children.
"Stranger Things"

The death of TV ads; Amazon’s ad problem; Frito-Lay rethinks its products

The streaming services that are replacing traditional TV are often ad-free. That leaves longtime TV advertisers in a pickle.
Juul's flavor pods can still be bought online, and will eventually be allowed back in stores.

Juul is spending $10 million on a TV ad campaign aimed at adults, amid criticism that its e-cigarettes get teens hooked

Electronic-cigarette company Juul announced a $10 million TV ad campaign aimed at adult cigarette smokers who want to find other alternatives.

“What the f— is happening to our business?’: As ad execs hit Cannes, New Yorker scribe Ken Auletta’s new book chronicles the i...

New Yorker author Ken Auletta's new book "Frenemies," which is hitting just as ad executives gather in Cannes for the industry's annual festival, provides a stark look at crises facing the business.