Beyonce's surprise visual album dominated social chatter and iTunes sales over the weekend, becoming a major hit - and it all started on Instagram.
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Basketball fans will continue to debate where King James ranks with the all-time greats, but amongst the broader, mainstream audience, his brand has rebounded into rarified air.
With high spirits still lingering weeks after Tokyo was rewarded the Olympics in 2020, Japan will have to find new ways to show off for guests and the world. Here's what to look out for if you're a marketer.
Dish has expanded its Talk Boston campaign to Twitter with a "Talk Boston Twiddah Translator" that allows people to draft a tweet, translate it to that uniquely Boston accent, and then post their message on Twitter.
Facebook's head of games and other executives at CBS Interactive, IGN, PaeDae, and Scopely encouraged a room full of marketers yesterday to get serious about gaming as a media channel that is on the upswing and ripe for advertising opportunities.
Consumers who share movie-related content are six times more likely to purchase movie tickets, according to findings from a new study by ShareThis.
The Discovery Channel's pop culture phenomenon churns up marketing opportunities for brands.
Until August 8, consumers in front of 100,000 U.S. movie screens will see a Bacardi-sponsored "film" during previews and will be able to access additional content with their mobile devices.
Puma partnered with Foap, a Swedish-based mobile photo agency for brands, to ask fans "What does football mean to you?"
Gamers are increasingly satisfying their hunger for tutorials, relevant news on upcoming titles, and other insider tips on YouTube, according to a new study from Google.