It's difficult to keep up with gamergate, but the David Pakman show works hard at it. Pakman has interviewed John Bain (pro Gamergate), who says he was offered free swag for good reviews, as well as Arthur Chu (anti Gamergate) who defends tactics such as doxxing.
So this might be a pet issue, but since I have the soapbox, why not use it, right? There’s a lot of talk lately about how a $15 minimum wage will have us all eating robotically served fast food, and how that’s a prelude to the larger trend of robots everywhere, doing everything.
This might sound trite, but the minimum wage isn’t the larger issue here.
Could sharing a photo save the koalas? M&C Saatchi decided to find out. The fact is, koalas are endangered. They get way more likes on social media than donations. But that's going to change thanks to The Australian Koala Foundation’s new social media initiative, Like for Lives, urges people to post a picture of a koala on Instagram or Facebook together with the promise: For every like this picture gets, I will donate 50 cents to savethekoala.com
Visit to join the campaign.
After a fifteen years absence, Burger King is returning to France but with very few restaurants, people are complaining on social media about the wait time. So Burger King and Buzzman have created a mobile game with one intention: to help you skip the line. Download the app, defend your menu against a swarm of hands, and win the fast pass.
Entertainment marketing and advertising agency deploys selfies in an innovative Broadway industry media-first opportunity in Times Square to promote the Terrence McNally comedy.
New York, NY— AKA NYC came up with a unique strategy for capitalizing on the star power of the cast of Terrence McNally’s backstage comedy It’s Only A Play, which opened recently at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on Broadway. It developed a multi-platform advertising and marketing campaign based on that most ubiquitous of current cultural icons: the selfie.