Tag Archives: TV advertising
In this podcast episode, Meryl Draper, CEO of Quirk Creative, talks about how TV commercials get made, how the industry has changed in the time of Covid, and what we all can do to become more creative.
Saunas are a big part of Finnish business culture. Inside a boiling hot sauna back in 2014, I joined my Nokia colleagues – all of us fully naked – after having just met most of them for the first time earlier that day. While it was awkward and strange, I learned an important lesson. Watch for more.
It’s a lot more complicated to be a marketer today than it was 25 years ago. Not surprisingly, I occasionally encounter marketers who feel dizzy at times by the overwhelming amount of tactical choices they have available. My reminder to them goes something like this: sometimes, the best way to cope with complexity is simply […]
In the earlier stages of my career, I like to tell people that I literally played games for a living. That was just one of my responsibilities as a marketer in the video game industry, though. I also budgeted for and planned TV advertising campaigns. On more than one occasion, I remember asking my media […]
[Appearing in Broadcasting & Cable]: Delivering Precision and Scale on TV Requires More Than Demo Targeting and Dayparts
Last week, Broadcasting & Cable published a story I wrote about why TV advertising is still a marketer’s best tool for acquiring new customers, and why via taking an audience-based targeting approach that embraces audience fragmentation it can now be more effective than ever. Check out the full article on Broadcasting & Cable.