Indisputably, coronavirus (COVID-19) is the topic consumers and media alike have been focused on of late. As the number of confirmed cases in the U.S. surpassed 1,000 this week and worldwide confirmed cases remain well above 100,000, the coronavirus public health crisis is…
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The Year Ahead in Media: Expect Consolidation, Audio, and a Look Toward Brand Equity Media consolidation was a common theme in 2019, but experts don’t think it’s over. Toward the end of last year, Vice Media Group acquired Refinery29, Group…
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Job security is at the forefront of the media landscape this month, with Q4 bringing industry-wide cuts to staff, programming and business structure.  In November, we saw Hearst Media skirt staff request to unionize with the Writers Guild of America,…
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Finding a Balance to News on Social Networks Amidst the expected news of continued staff slashing in media and funding cuts for print publications, Facebook has really made a splash in the news cycles over the past month. The social…
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Several high-profile political stories are, predictably, dominating headlines. As ubiquitous as they seem, right beneath the top layer are narratives flowing throughout the professional and business world. Market consolidations continue to pop across everything from the CRM space, to automotive,…
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