With Steve Jobs’ death almost two weeks behind us, sentiments are still as fresh as ever. He is remembered through magazine articles, online blogs and TV tributes among others. Besides reflecting on his strong character and professional success, Facebook and Twitter statuses worldwide have reminded us of his infamous Stanford Commencement address:
Don’t you feel like YouTube has been around forever? Well in fact, YouTube has only been live for 6 years. I personally don’t know how I ever received my daily dose of laughter without it. If you’re in the mood for a quick refresh of the past few years, or just want to smile, check out this 2 minute clip. Enjoy!
Time Warner Cable was the 2011 signature media sponsor of the Tribeca Film Festival. Through the sponsorship, TWC had the opportunity to activate at the following festival events: Drive-In, ESPN Gala & After Party, ESPN Sports Saturday and host a private screening of ESPN Sports Film “Catching Hell.”
The goal for TWC was to create memorable engagements for the consumer and that they did. They maximized their sponsorship benefits in an engaging and interactive manner on-site, and provided an inside look to Directors, Artists and Talent through VOD content captured throughout the event. TWC once again demonstrated to their customers that they bring them closer to the things they love.
With IBM’s 100th birthday in 2011 comes a lot of celebration and reflection of the past 100 years of brilliance, innovation and advances. Celebrations include participation in volunteer activities, the creation of two short films, global lectures and the distribution of commemorative memorabilia.
As part of IBM’s remembrance and renewal, two viral videos were …