Tag: j.j. abrams

07/16

How to Get Rich with Online Video

Yes, you can get rich with online video - but not through YouTube. And... Paramount's new business model makes theater owners AND consumers happy. It's episode 23 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. Plus, rants and raves about Google's new chat-bot that can debate the meaning of life, how Sony Music is "disfavoring" artists through its investment in Spotify, and how J.J. Abrams Star Wars presentation at Comic-Con is footage-free for a particularly sneaky reason. Listen as we go inside media to reveal the ugly truth! Click … [Read more...]

04/20

What Radio Can Learn from Star Wars VII

Last week the Internet melted. And if you're a Star Wars fan, you know the precise moment: When the latest teaser trailer for the newest chapter in the long-running Star Wars saga was unleashed online. You've probably seen it by now. It has been watched more than 40 million times, so I'm assuming at least one of those viewings was yours. So I thought, what can radio broadcasters learn from the pandemonium surrounding this second in a series of promotional trailers for a movie which promises to stop both space and time when it finally opens in a cineplex near you in … [Read more...]

04/30

6 Lessons for Radio from Game of Thrones

There's a lot any radio brand can learn from watching TV, especially good TV. Take Game of Thrones, for example. Almost 7 million viewers watched last Sunday night, topping the series' previous viewing record. There are at least 6 lessons for radio brands from Game of Thrones: 1. Build for Quality Yes, talent is expensive. Yes, great talent is greatly expensive. But nothing great happens without great source material and talented custodians of that material. At any point we have a choice: Make it good or make it cheap. The opportunities to do both at the same time are few and … [Read more...]

08/17

A Brand is a Box of Mystery

Howard Carter’s team had just cleared the rubble from sixteen steps descending into the Saharan sands.  The culmination of his long exploration was at hand.  Above a plaster door was the royal stamp of Tutankhamen.  Carter poked a hole in the door and chipped away at the hole, gradually opening enough space to carefully insert a flickering candle. Would this be another long-since-robbed tomb?  Would it contain anything at all? Carter peered into the hole. “Can you see anything?” asked Carter’s sponsor. “Yes,” he said, frozen, as countless gold objects shimmered in the dim light of … [Read more...]

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