More and more big names (Starbucks, GM, Walmart, PepsiCo) are pulling their ads from YouTube as they become linked with extremist videos.
There seems to be a growing trend for paying for podcast content, and I don't want to see it go down the road of Cable TV and Satellite Radio.
The meteoric rise of Portland's biggest names in craft beer seems to be at an abrupt end.
SnapChat is making waves with it's IPO and Quartz looks at what it means, and their biggest challenges.
While opinions of ESPN have been up and down throughout the years, one indisputable fact is they had the best commercials.
Rebranding a sports team is never an easy task. However, we should lay off the Chargers as they aren't the only ones to put out a questionable new logo.
The "greatest true American sport" has brought me yet another piece of life-advice. This one is a bit more modified from the original.
Whenever people bring up what kills humans, they always like going for the popular topics: guns, drugs, auto accidents. However, while part of it gets included, one rarely touched on topic is drunk driving. It always seems to be left out in favor of more sensationalized things, like the six people who die of shark attacks. … Continue reading A Chip Bag to Make the Roads Safer
If anything shows you how normalized recreational marijuana is it's the packaging.
It was bound to happen in North America's biggest leagues, and it appears jersey advertising has arrived.