Emeryville (and Austin, TX)-based JUST Media has announced the winners of their first-ever Dick Reed Awards. Named in honor of the company's late CEO, these honors recognize the outstanding ingenuity, commitments and foresight of media leaders. Winners from the night include LinkedIn, NetBase, The Trade Desk, Bombora and more.
“We have always celebrated our media, platform and technology partnerships, all of w[Read More]
Daenerys dies in Episode 1. Just kidding. No one knows for sure who's going to live or die in the final season of Game of Thrones, but one thing is for sure, everyone has their own prediction.
Introducing... The League of Thrones. An unofficial fan site and online fantasy league where you can guess who lives, dies, or gets turned into a white walker each week. Use it as a tool to track your predictions and accuracy. Plus, join a communit[Read More]
At a time when the immigration debate is at a fever pitch and immigrants are framed by statistics and policy discussions, Welcoming America and SF's own TBD reveal an online series to spotlight immigrants’ journeys to the United States.
David Lubell, Welcoming America's Founder and Founding Director says, “We want people in their community to learn stories about immigrants’ contribution to their communities so we are telling stories [Read More]
Interesting stuff going on over at Portal A. They've greenlit two new pilots as part of a program designed to bring innovative show formats directly to fans. Under the new banner “Moonshots”, the studio plans to fund, produce, and release a series of projects in 2019.
“Some of the most groundbreaking series in recent memory – from Insecure to Broad City – have come as a result of creat[Read More]
This is incredible to watch - real-time reactions to Nike's Colin Kaepernick commercial. And it shows Boomers (red) and Gen X (yellow) take major drops in approval when the lightning rod QB comes on the screen. Gen Z (white) and Millennials (blue) take Kap's appearance in stride.
Overall, 39 percent of Americans said they had a very positive opinion of the ad, compared to just 9 percent who had a negative opinion. It's interesting to [Read More]