- Study reveals five Millennial segments: The Influencers, The Adopters, The Apprentices, The Entertained and The Contented
Bauer Media, @bauermedia home to entertainment brands including KISS, heat, Absolute Radio, Grazia and The Debrief, has launched Bauer Knowledge: The Millennial Chapter, revealing experience is the most valued status symbol for the UK’s millennials. It is the first insight in a series of in depth studies into key audiences. For more information please visit www.thedrum.com/bauer
— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 27, 2015
— AdForum.com (@adforum) January 8, 2015
| Top brands being talked about :
1) Samsung – 18,643 tweets
2) Panasonic – 8,312 tweets
3) Intel – 7,444 tweets
With cameras rolling 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 2014 proved to be a particularly good year for news bloopers. From Megyn Kelly introducing Mike Huckabee with an f-bomb to a Dutch reporter falling into a river during an interview, anchors around the globe lightened up the news cycle this year with some memorable gaffes, a few unexpected falls and more than a touch of profanity.
Watch the clip below for some of the best news bloopers of 2014.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) January 5, 2015
Channel 4 has commissioned a sitcom about the Irish Famine in which one million Irish died of starvation and one million emigrated. What a great subject for cheap laughs!
No this is not an April Fools story, this is a January 1st story, incredible as it may seem.
The writer will be Dublin-based Hugh Travers, a 31-year-old, who has already had a major hit with a show called “Lambo.” He is a former film student at UCLA.The sitcom will be called “Hungry” and Channel 4 has given the Dublin writer full freedom to write his own scripts which he says is seriously daunting.
Here's a story on the 'Top 10 compelling ads' from high street retailers as revealed by measuring people's emotions via their facial reactions. Note: The data is actual measured data - not based on a survey/questionnaire.
John Lewis’ “Monty the Penguin”is the most compelling Christmas ad by a high street retailer, according to a study by Realeyes @realeyesit which measured people’s facial reactions as they watched ads.