#advertising Tag

[caption id="attachment_11577" align="aligncenter" width="545"] Right Brain Studio President & Founder Jeff Hirsch in the Media Center at the Annenberg School of Education at the University of Southern California[/caption] The Right Braincast, our new podcast that connects the dots between brands, the popular culture from which they emerge...

Corporate consciousness is in the news, with Delta Airlines, Walmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hertz and Avis among companies severing ties with the National Rifle Association after the horrific Parkland shooting. As is always the case when corporations take stands on social issues or engage in some...

CNN is running an ad campaign I like quite a bit. Rather than taking a defensive posture against charges of “fake news,” the company goes on the offensive, claiming the high ground of owning the truth. The introductory spot focused on an apple, simply displayed...

Just a few generations ago, you could say almost anything you wanted in advertising. Kids could “run faster and jump higher” in Keds sneakers. (Check out this 1950’s Keds Ad. You can’t make this stuff up!) Baseball icons Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle made TV ads...

Conditions were far from perfect for this ad critic. I was in a crowded, noisy room watching the big game. Very tough to hear, as people were drinking, eating and talking as if it were a party (which it was) and not my private viewing...

As another new year approaches, we ponder our predicaments, reflect on our actions and resolve to be better. Marketers working on a traditional calendar year schedule likely started these reflections back in April or earlier, launching their annual strategic planning processes to set goals and strategies,...

Forget the art of the deal. The art of distraction is what our president does best. After yet another week that exposes his inability to govern, what else is there to do but start a new fake controversy? But Trump may have met his match...

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