Big data breaches like the ones that Yahoo and Target had can spell the end of a CMO’s career, according to Warren Zenna, founder of Zenna Consulting Group.

With so many video options available today, it’s easy to get tunnel vision—especially when it comes to newer options like streaming and connected TV. But, despite the variety of devices and channels Americans now have to choose from, TV viewing remains their top media option.

Successful personalization at scale requires four elements working in tandem. Here’s how marketing leaders build the operating model to make that happen.

Brand loyalty is somewhat habit-based. Consumers buy products because their parents bought them, passing brand equity from generation to generation. Marketers know this and often leverage that heritage with customers, but in a world where there is disruptive competition for brand loyalty, is heritage marketing still viable?  By Amelia Duggan

Buying media from an unwired network was similar to a game of pin the tail on the donkey.  It was labor-intensive (local invoices for days), hitting your target was never guaranteed and all parties were left with a dizzying feeling.  Thanks to upgrades in technology -- think machine learning -- those days are gone.

Executives increasingly are recognizing zero-based budgeting (ZBB)1 for its ability to extract cost savings and transform a company’s culture related to its spending approach. This process then reallocates funds to higher-value priorities that focus the organization—from top to bottom. One element that sets ZBB apart from other cost-reduction measures is that it enables the organization to make active, well-considered choices about spending rather than merely revise the ongoing trajectory of prior spending.

The magnitude and pace of change in the US market have undermined traditional growth models for many consumer-packaged-goods companies, especially larger ones. Companies need to combine greater agility with new types of scale advantage to compete more effectively.

In this Hispanic Radio Podcast, SBS EVP/Programming Jesus Salas shares why the launch of a brand-new station and adjustments at two other FMs in Puerto Rico couldn't come at a better time. He also discusses how local social media influencers are leading one of the brand refresh efforts, and how politics and the need to talk will soon reshape another FM station best-known for its traditional salsa hits.

Televisión Dominicana has exclusive U.S. television rights to the home games of Las Estrellas Orientales, Los Gigantes del Cibao, Los Leones del Escogido, and Los Toros del Este, which will include the regular season and playoff games.

This was not your ordinary Facebook post -- if there is such a thing. 

For one thing, it was long -- almost 1,600 words. That’s longer than this column. Secondly, it was raw. It was written by somebody in deep pain who laid their soul bare for their entire network to see.  I barely knew this person, and I was given a look into the deepest and darkest part of their lives. The post told the story of the breakup of a marriage and a struggle with depression. It was a disturbing blow-by-blow chronicle of someone hitting the bottom.

For the first time, the percentage of the American population age 25 and older that completed high school or higher levels of education reached 90 percent in 2017.

At what point does a company become competition to others already in the market? For many large, multinational global brands, other companies don’t become competition until they’re operating at the same scale and in similar markets. As a result, global companies often don’t pay much attention to the small brands that operate well outside of their global peripheral vision.

Marketers want to follow customers in real time, but outdated technology often stands in their way.

The Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative is amassing a huge database and network to nourish the fast-growing sector.

Major League Soccer (MLS) has come a long way over the past decade. While “football” continues to dominate as the most popular sport globally, soccer has been fighting an uphill battle to match the interest of American football in the U

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