Tag: rotten tomatoes

10/23

Media Unplugged: Is A&E Creating Cultural Brands – or Blowing Smoke?

Is A&E creating cultural brands - or blowing smoke? And...Martin Scorcese doesn't understand Rotten Tomatoes - and the feeling is mutual. Plus, rants and raves about Blue Apron's new podcast (have you really been hungry for that?), the mental health challenges unique to musicians (or are they?), and what happens when a child's "Anne Frank" Halloween costume becomes controversial and is re-labeled (hint: Nothing, unfortunately). It’s episode 73 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. Listen as we go inside media to reveal the ugly … [Read more...]

07/07

Radio is Ignoring “Pre-Awareness”

In Hollywood, they call it "pre-awareness." It's the idea that you're already familiar with the concept of the movie, thus the studios don't need to waste those precious marketing resources making you familiar with the concept. Even before you see it, you know enough about it to know you really want to see it. It's why so many of our cinematic tentpoles are followed by roman numerals, and why international territories in particular (the source of 70% of Hollywood's revenues) are eating them up. In television, CSI spawns CSI: New York and CSI: Miami. In music, hits are produced by … [Read more...]

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