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NHL, NHLPA Lace Up for Black History Month

The National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players' Association will celebrate Black History Month with original content and programming to be feature daily

Funky Buddha Brewery, The Community Mix Local TV Spot, National Snapchat Lens

A national Super Bowl spot was a bit beyond the budget for Florida's Funky Buddha Brewery to promote its Premium Hard Seltzer, but the combination

You’re About to See More Diversity at Every Level of Ulta Beauty

Cosmetics and skincare retailer Ulta Beauty is making new diversity and inclusion commitments for 2021 across its products, workforce and brand positioning with an investment

Jeff Bezos to Step Down as Amazon CEO in Q3

After 27 years, Jeff Bezos, the entrepreneur who turned an online bookstore into one of the most powerful companies in the world, announced his plans

Busch, Nascar Hit the Gas on 2 Twitter Contests

Busch, the official beer of Nascar, is welcoming the sport's return next week with two major giveaways on Twitter. Exhibition race the Busch Clash, a

Boll & Branch Names Jonathan Bottomley CMO

After four years as evp/CMO at Ralph Lauren, marketing vet Jonathan Bottomley has joined luxury linens retailer Boll & Branch as its CMO. Boll &

Havas Media Furthers Insights, Investment Offerings With New Leaders

Havas Media is leaning into its investment and intelligence capabilities under new leadership. The agency has hired Amy Ginsberg as chief investment officer, responsible for

Tumblr Users Plan to Tap the Platform During Black History Month

Nearly 70% of Tumblr users plan to use the platform to share, seek out or support social activism during Black History Month. Tumblr polled more

State Farm Teases Its First Super Bowl Ad by Hinting at Some Big-Name Cameos

State Farm has spent years weaving itself into the cultural conversation around professional sports, and now that strategy is headed to the Super Bowl. In

Publishers Are Caught in the Crossfire as Ad Tech Builds Contextual Targeting Offerings

Publishers are finding themselves caught in the line of fire as ad-tech companies, in their search for alternatives to third-party cookies, build out their contextual