Day: November 18, 2020

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BBC’s Interrupted Dad Is Back in an Ad for Twitter About Getting Interrupted

Robert Kelly went from respected global policy pundit to internet sensation overnight in 2017, when his live interview with BBC News was charmingly derailed by

Unicef USA and WWE Team Up to Help Kids in Need

When it comes to odd couples, the unlikely pairing of Unicef USA (United Nations Children's Fund) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) might qualify for such

Facebook Responds to Scathing Letter From 200+ Content Moderators

Facebook responded to an open letter sent Wednesday by over 200 content moderators who are concerned about their working conditions during the pandemic. The letter

Brie Larson Plays Nintendo Switch in Her Pajamas Just Like Us in This New Ad

Turns out Academy Award-winning actress Brie Larson is just like the rest of us. Her latest partnership with Nintendo shows she's doing the exact same

How YouTube’s Bet on Music Will ‘Narrow the Gap’ in Audio Advertising

Eight months after the coronavirus pandemic shut down the United States, Ticketmaster accounts are still well-stocked with credits, a nagging reminder of concerts that never

Babe Wine Builds a Monster Truck to Crush Cars—but It’s Really Hoping to Crush Competitors

Maybe it's a dumb idea to try to figure out anything Josh Ostrovsky does. After all, this is the comedian-turned-entrepreneur who goes by the moniker

YouTube Updates Terms of Service

YouTube detailed updates to its terms of service that will take effect immediately in the U.S. and in the middle of 2021 in countries outside

Volleyball Star Gabby Reece On How Brands Should Approach Partnerships With Female Athletes

Gabby Reece has seen the ins and outs of the sports marketing world. After graduating from Florida State University, the athlete spent years on the

Audi of America Elevates Its Chief Communications Officer to CMO

Audi of America today announced that it has promoted Tara Rush, svp and chief communications officer for the automaker since 2019, to the role of

500 Passes to the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy Are Up for Grabs via Instagram, Twitter

Motorcycle riding is a perfect pandemic activity, outdoors and socially distanced, and Harley-Davidson wants to ensure that people who are new to it are doing