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August 5, 2019

How ESPN Leveraged Tentpole Moments in Sports to Go Beyond Linear TV

Consumers today can turn to any number of streaming platforms and networks to enjoy sports-related content. So, to engage fans where they are—and not just in their living rooms—ESPN launched an event series surrounding tentpole moments in sports, each featuring experiences tailored to those particular groups of sports fans. Dubbed “ESPN House,” the series’ first...

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July 30, 2019

Interactive Feature: Our Full Report on Brand Experiences at Cannes Lions 2019

We came. We saw. We sunburned. EM’s first Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity is in the bag, and we’ve learned plenty. Thousands of advertisers, marketers and creatives hailing from nearly 100 nations descended upon the French Riviera June 17-21 seeking creative inspiration, business opportunities and, if we’re honest, booze. It attracts a crowd that...

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July 19, 2019

Q&A: Auto and Financial Categories Pose Opportunities for Brands in Esports

Brands activating for an esports crowd take note: competitive players—and the fans who adore them—are no longer relegated to the age-old stereotype. You know, the one in which a lone player holes up in his basement for hours on end, hopped up on caffeine, speaking to no one. Esports fans have diversified beyond this cliché,...

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July 12, 2019

Hendrick’s Makes Gin ‘Approachable’ with a Summery Sampling Experience

To introduce its limited-edition batch of Midsummer Solstice to new consumers, Hendrick’s Gin activated a floral pop-up installation at Pershing Square Café adjacent to New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, June 5-7. In addition to sampling bars offering two different gin cocktails, photo moments overflowing in flowers of all colors and sizes were the main...

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July 8, 2019

Esports Gains Traction with Higher Education as Universities Hop on Board

With approximately 140 universities offering formalized esports programs today (not to mention the scholarships that have followed), the collegiate esports industry is gaining some serious traction. And with that, new event competitions and support structures for the demo are being formed. Take ESPN’s creation of the first College Esports Championship in March, and recently, Riot...

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