Ian Borthwick shares SeatGeek’s approach to positioning its brand on audio, and some pointers on where to begin when thinking about how your brand should sound.
AW360 spoke with Chris O’Reilly, Co-Founder of Nexus Studios about the evolution of augmented reality. He introduces the term, “Enhanced Locations,” a term coined by Nexus, and describes how they are the next creative step in marketing, made possible by AR technology.
We caught up Korri Kolesa, previously chief revenue officer at Stitcher about Art19’s future direction, including the challenge of gaining a deeper understanding of listeners.
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When it comes to radio the way you make people feel when they tune in is everything. As EVP of Content at Alpha Media, Phil Becker breaks down different approaches to building unique local radio brands across Alpha’s portfolio of 100’s of local stations.
Donnie Broxson, President of Ascento Advertising has built a career out of breaking through this consumer fatigue. He sat down with us and spoke about these ideas, and more, including multicultural marketing and some core elements to bear in mind as it relates to fighting indifference.
Steve Milton runs a successful branding agency servicing all kinds of clients ranging from Tinder to Microsoft.
For virtually all of history, the spoken word hasn’t been scalable. Pete Jimison is the founder of audio agency Frequency, who are trying to tackle the problem head on.
Featuring Alda Abbracciamento, who left her career at Ogilvy, where she most recently served as worldwide managing director, to serve a chief growth officer for Flytedesk.
We sat down with Jason Smith, Chief Business Officer of Location Sciences, to discuss why the recently released iOS 13 is causing concern among marketers.