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Interac tunes into audio content
How the debit-payment brand used podcasting to map the shift into B2B marketing.
Up to the Minute: Braque adds director of digital
Plus, Church + State grows following client wins, and The David Foster Foundation picks two new agencies.
Fall TV: The complaint line
Experts express their complaints about TV buying and the networks respond.
Media-jacking on the rise
How brands fought passivity by interrupting the regular flow of content on TV and in digital.
Media roundtable: Facing the pace of change
Media agency leads and brand execs gathered to discuss change and competition in the industry.
Fall TV 2017: Heartstrings and funny bones
Network and media execs explain why medical dramas are looking on the bright side and comedies are mixing with sci-fi.
Fall TV 2017: Looking for action
From true crime to superheroes to Shondaland, here are the dramas networks are betting on to get the heart pumping.
Fall TV 2017: Leaning in to brand building
Buyers weigh in on which new shows and classic reboots will catch on as broadcasters bring conventional back to its roots.
The state of programmatic
Brian Schwartz, director of programmatic at Xpeto, on what frightens clients and how the practice is shaping the media world.
Check it out: People for Good’s cozy new garment
"The Togetherness Shirt" aims to conquer divisiveness by reminding us that we're all part of the same race.
Best Buy’s wearable couture
Why the retailer brought a fashion-forward element to its annual tech showcase.
The right man for Reitmans
The retailer's new CMO Jonathan Levitt on data, his media background and what's next for retail.
Up to the Minute: Crea’s new jury president
Plus: IPG buys Media Experts, and more news you might have missed.
New York Fries’ golden poutine touch
A contest promoting a new bacon poutine looks to drive meal sales following the QSR's sale to Cara.
Best Buy dials up its back-to-school push
The retailer helps parents break through the jargon in its new campaign.