by Dave Zornow
Stephen Colbert shined a little light on the same wunder-tech that puts virtual electronic ads behind baseball backstops.
Mirriad, an ad tech company which retroactively inserts current ads into blank spaces in old video content, was a parodied on Jan 13 segment of The Colbert Report.
It’s creepy cool.
by Mollie Vandor
Hi. My name is Mollie Vandor, and I’m a stalker.
No, I haven’t boiled any bunny rabbits lately. My particular brand of stalking has nothing to do with my romantic life, although it is all about passion — my passion for my career, and for the industry that I work in.
Bumper stickers are a time honored American tradition of personal expression. And they often reveal more about the driver than the words themselves can convey.
Hyperbole alert: Will Google’s investment in AltaRock Energy turn Nevada into beachfront property?
As goes the economy, so goes the media. With so much bad media news in the trades, it’s time for a little musical parody.
Without ratings, is there really TV?
There’s nothing funny about swine flu — except how the government and media respond to the crisis. Here’s our take.
A home-made Madoff political satire submission for public radio.
Why should Ronald Reagan have all of the fun?
An atheist advertising campaign, in response to a religious group’s previous pro-God bus ads, has spawned several several anti-godless advertising efforts. The MediaBuyerPlanner website reports “Atheist Bus Ads Spawn Multiple ‘God Does So Exist’ Campaigns.” This may not prove anything except that competition is good for the media business. The story notes The no-god advertising is represented by the Atheist… Read more →