Music Streaming: The Haves and the Have-Nots

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

In recent days, I have blogged about the vast divide between the music industry elite and the have-nots. Last week I focused on the music elite via my post about Jay Z's relationship with Samsung. (Jay Z responded defiantly by removing the hyphen in his name.) Yesterday my post about ...

“Hey Kid, Catch”: How Coca-Cola and Mean Joe Greene Launched a Legend

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

The Super Bowl is the quintessential American pastime. No other event captures the essence of American culture so perfectly: our love of sport, our admiration of spectacle, and our devotion to capitalism. How else do you explain why the Super Bowl advertisements have become as famous as the game itself? ...

Brand loyal-tee

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Conventional wisdom says brand loyalty is dead, and yet a recent discovery I made at a nearby Target store indicates we are still willing to pledge our allegiance to a logo, at least. Shoppers in the mens department are apparently willing to shell out good money for the privilege to ...

How Twitter united indie star AM with Razorfish

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

How does an emerging indie artist in the dysfunctional music industry find an audience anymore? My employer Razorfish is tackling that challenge through an unusual co-branding relationship with indie musician AM, which sees Razorfish playing the role of quasi-record label, concert promoter, and DJ. And so far we are having a ...

Avenue A | Razorfish Unveils Top 10 Digital Brands

Saturday, June 21st, 2008

| View | Upload your own In a previous blog post, I mentioned that my Avenue A | Razorfish colleague Joe Crump was going to discuss "Digital Darwinism" at the Cannes International Advertising Festival on June 21. Today I'm making available to you his final presentation courtesy of SlideShare. ...