This week Marvel Wins Big in Kirby Case and ‘Atlantic’ Trying to Break New Ground with App.
Marvel Wins Big in Kirby Case Variety 07.28.11
‘Atlantic’ Trying to Break New Ground with App Adweek 08.01.11
This week NFL Players Celebrate the Return of Football and LinkedIn launches a button that lets you apply for jobs.
NFL Players Take to Twitter to Celebrate the Return of Football Mashable 07.25.11
LinkedIn Launches Button That Lets You Apply for Jobs Mashable 07.25.11
Two brands are doing it right my friends, Garnier and Rolling Stone Magazine. They launched the contest “Do You Want to be a Rock and Roll Star?,” allowing fans to help Rolling Stone find the next big musical act that will be featured on the cover of the August 2011 edition. What musician wouldn’t want to be on the cover of the most influential magazines that has covered so many amazing, famous and life-changing acts from Bruce Springsteen to The Red Hot Chili Peppers. This contest came to life through partnerships such as Garnier (that I mentioned before), Atlantic Records and AOL Music.
I was reading an article in the New York Times about how the music of today sounds just like the music of “back-then.” While reading, I was thinking that this theme holds true for so many different industries: music, fashion, photography, art, film, you name it! Some music examples that popped from the article were the following, and it is so, so true:
Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” – 1960’s rhythm and beat
Cee-Lo Greens “Forget You” – 1970’s soul
Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way” – 1980’s Madonna
Kesha/LMFAO’s Albums in full – 1990’s club
This week Millions of Muggles Propel Potter Film at Box Office and Sony PlayStation Ramps Advertising Technology for Brands.
Millions of Muggles Propel Potter Film at Box Office NYT 07.17.11
Sony PlayStation Ramps Advertising Technology for Brands Online Media Daily 07.15.11