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November 6, 2019

CBS and IZOD Go Live with a Primetime Matchup Event for College Football Fans

Sports fans are hungry for experiences beyond linear TV, and so are advertisers. To engage viewers and give IZOD a boost beyond the traditional media program for football, CBS Experiences created a live fan experience surrounding CBS Sports HQ, the network’s digital sports platform on CBS Interactive. The day-long event, dubbed the CBS Sports HQ...

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November 4, 2019

How Hershey’s Navigated its First Year in Esports Events

Hershey’s, one of the world’s most well-known brands and non-endemic players in esports, broke down its first year of marketing in the space at the Esports Business Summit in September. From developing a knowledge-base of the space to forming relationships with talent, Charlie Chappell, head of integrated marketing for Hershey’s, offered insights on how newbie...

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November 4, 2019

Bare Snacks’ SoCal Orchard Sampling Pop-up Highlights Real Ingredients

Consumers in Southern California don’t typically get to experience fall foliage and the fun that goes along with it, like jumping into piles of raked leaves and apple picking in orchards. So, to bring a bit of fall to SoCal families while promoting its apple chips to health-conscious consumers, Bare Snacks activated a beachside apple...

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October 31, 2019

From Spotify to Bacardi: Brands Creating Halloween Experiences

Happy Halloween, marketers. While candy brands are having a field day today, plenty of other categories are getting in on the fun, too, leveraging the holiday to pull off stunts, contests and product launches. Last year, the industry saw Skittles activate a tiny house sampling structure, Reese’s activate vending machines that allowed trick-or-treaters to trade...

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October 30, 2019

New Study: What Gen Z Really Wants, and Why Marketers Should Care

The Gen Z target can’t recall a time without technology. Generally defined as those born during the late 1990s to the late 2000s, Gen Z is estimated to have a direct spending power of up to $143 billion in the U.S. alone, according to a recent Frost & Sullivan study. A new trend report, compiled...

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