Cellphones and smartphones have become a mainstay in the lives of many Americans, and this has introduced new challenges into how users and non-users alike approach basic social norms and etiquette.
As senior vice president and CMO of Adobe, Ann Lewnes leads the company’s corporate brand, corporate communications and integrated marketing efforts worldwide. Lewnes spoke with eMarketer’s Tobi Elkin about Adobe’s philosophy on mobile marketing and experiments with live-streaming video app Periscope.
The survey found that it can be difficult for employees to get away and disconnect from work: more than a third of U.S. employees (39%) don’t believe their bosses encourage them to take allotted vacation days, and almost half (45%) say their bosses don’t help them disconnect from work while on vacation.
Independent boutique agency, LatinSphere, headquartered in Long Beach, CA, will officially close at the end of August 2015 after 14 years of providing advertising and experiential marketing services, focused on, but not limited to, the Hispanic market.
US consumers probably won’t be replacing their leather wallets or designer purses with mobile phones or smart watches any time soon, but that doesn’t mean brands—especially retail brands—can afford to ignore the burgeoning marketing opportunity mobile wallets offer.
With roughly three-quarters of Americans owning a smartphone, the ability to connect via mobile is now a necessity—for consumers looking to connect with content, as well as for marketers looking to connect to them!
Comcast Cable announced the company is now accepting proposals for two substantially Hispanic American owned, independent English-language networks that it will launch in select Comcast markets by January 28, 2017.
Marketing professionals are happy with the quality of their own ad creative. But when it comes to creative quality across the industry, they’re not quite as optimistic.
The Media Rating Council (MRC) announced that it has released Viewable Ad Impression Measurement Guidelines 2.0 to address specific issues identified since the original Guidelines were released on June 30, 2014.
TELEMUNDO will broadcast the first ever “Latin American Music Awards” live from the prestigious Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 9pm/8c.
About 18 percent of all movers in the United States and Puerto Rico, totaling 8.5 million people, moved to a different metropolitan area in the last year, according to new statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
In today’s world, people — particularly young people — are continually finding and adapting new ways of communicating electronically to fit their needs.
The aim of this research was to establish what elements of each advertisement were able to catch the eye, and whether or not the context of the ad drew visual attention away from the ad. For all advertisements about 150 items were coded to describe the way consumers looked at the advertisements.
Data-driven marketing is a complicated business, but there’s still a simple way to break down the market and develop a strategy, one that’s easily taught to all members of your marketing org.
Brick-and-mortar retailers can’t slack off if they want to trample the competition and get customers to convert, based on recent research.
Back-to-school shoppers are likely trekking to brick-and-mortar stores this summer. In June 2015 polling by FatWallet.com, 91% of US parents planned to shop for back-to-school items in-store this year, vs. 37% who cited retailer sites, 16% cash-back sites and 7% mobile shopping apps.
By Gonzalo López Martí LMMIAMI.COM
- Jared Fogle pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and soliciting the services of underage prostitutes.
- Or something along those lines.
- He allegedly was using his foundation for such purposes.
- He had been touring schools across the country for years lecturing children (!) about healthy eating & healthy living.
- He was, in a way, the de facto leader of a child sexual abuse ring.
- With the media clout and deep pockets given him by a national fast food chain. !!!!!!!!
A new study featured in The Journal of Cultural Marketing Strategy challenges conventional wisdom that Spanish-language programming is the most effective way to reach U.S.
This study from the Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American Press Institute and the AP-NORC Center, highlights similarities and differences by race and ethnicity in the technology use and news habits of Millennials.
Burson-Marsteller has selected Miami Dade College's (MDC) School of Entertainment & Design Technology (SEDT) as its partner to complement the capabilities of its Florida-based team by tapping SEDT’s extensive film production, radio and TV broadcasting, audio, graphic and Web design, photography and animation resources.
Facing growing pressure to innovate better, more and more C-level executives are scrutinizing their consumer research investments and asking some really tough questions
According to the study, 62 percent of respondents go straight to search engines when researching gifts for the holiday season and more than three-quarters of respondents look online for holiday shopping deals and discounts. They stay closer to home with the majority of respondents staying within 10 miles of where they live.
We’ve heard a lot from the media about millennials being a generation of narcissistic, lazy and entitled people. But considering there are 75 million millennials in the U.S. alone, I believe it’s unfair to lump them together so readily.
Univision News has entered into a partnership with Miami Dade College (MDC) to implement Fellowship and Internship programs in one of today’s fastest growing digital fields: animation and game development.
Through real-time social listening at Lopez Negrete's proprietary Social Media Intelligence Center was able to map out social conversations, pinpoint dialogue drivers, and identify which artists and brands made the most waves in the social media sphere during the awards show that honored actors, musical artists, telenovelas and influencers.
According to a special edition of the Audio Today Report series focused on small and medium markets, 65 million Americans (12+) are using radio every week in America’s small and medium cities. That’s over a quarter of all listeners nationwide reached in those markets!