OCTOBER 25, 2018
  • David Price, J.D. Martinez Give Red Sox Their Money’s Worth In Game 2: ESPN
  • Esports Gets Legalized Sports Gambling: Variety
  • Giants Trade DT Damon Harrison To Lions For 5th-Round Pick: ESPN
  • Red Sox Light Up Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers To Take Game 1: ESPN
  • Marcos Alonso Signs New 5-Year Contract With Chelsea: Bleacher Report
  • Hurricanes Are Trying To Put On A Show For Fans During And After The Game: USA Today
  • Cowboys Trade First-Round Pick To Raiders For Amari Cooper In Blockbuster NFL Trade-Deadline Move: CBS Sports
  • Patrick Mahomes Tops Kurt Warner With 22 TD Passes In First 8 Career Games: ESPN
  • Yankees And Giants Should Go All-In On Madison Bumgarner Blockbuster Trade: Bleacher Report
  • Will New G League Contracts For Elite Prospects See Players Leave College Basketball Behind?: Sports Illustrated
  • Duplass Brothers Set Interactive Series Deal With Eko (EXCLUSIVE): Variety
  • ‘Dr. Phil’ Extends CBS Deal Through 2023: The Hollywood Reporter
  • Fox Sets ‘MasterChef Junior: Celebrity Showdown’ Special For Thanksgiving Night: Deadline
  • Grammy Awards Sets Air Dates For 2020 & 2021: Deadline
  • Tommy Mattola Inks First-Look TV Deal With Entertainment One: Billboard
  • Dierks Bentley To Produce Nashville Bar Comedy From ‘Last Man Standing’ Creator At Fox (EXCLUSIVE): Variety
  • ‘A Million Little Things’, ‘The Rookie’, ‘The Kids Are Alright’ & ‘Splitting Up Together’ Get Orders For 3 More Scripts From ABC: Deadline
  • ‘Luke Cage’ Canceled As Netflix Trims Its Marvel Roster Some More: The Hollywood Reporter
  • NBC Sets 2019 Billboard Music Awards Telecast Date: Deadline
  • Hollywood’s 50 Most Powerful TV Showrunners Of 2018: The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Great American Baking Show’ Returning At ABC With Emma Bunton: The Hollywood Reporter
  • Broadway’s Tony Awards Sets Broadcast Date, Venue: Deadline
  • Snapchat’s Pitch To Marketers: Don’t Underestimate AR: Digiday
  • MLL Plans Rebranding, Enhanced Marketing With Eye On Olympics: MediaPost
  • Starbucks Develops American Sign Language Branding For First ‘Signing Store’: The Drum
  • Grant Hill Inks Lifetime Deal With Fila To Revive Retro Sneaker Line: ESPN
  • Capturing The Attention Of Over-Marketed Consumers: WWD
  • Brands Should Take A Stand On Societal Issues But Avoid ‘Goodwashing,’ Study Says: AdWeek
  • How Twitter Is Testing Ways To Improve ‘Conversation’: Digiday
  • Acura’s Influencers Encourage Others To #LookUp: MediaPost
  • Teens Loving Vans And Adidas, Leaving Snap, Under Armour: MediaPost
  • Amazon Studios Gears Up For E-Commerce Integrations: The Drum
  • The Drone Racing League Is Changing The Way Brands Partner With Sports Leagues: AdWeek
  • Forget Millennials, Gen Alpha Is Here (Mostly): Digiday
  • Social-Cause Marketing: Commit To Being The Difference, Or Don’t Commit At All: MediaPost
  • ESPN And AT&T/DirecTV Team Up For College Football Campaign: The Drum
  • YouTube Invests $20 Million In Educational Videos, Giving Advertisers More Safe Places For Ads: CNBC
  • Facebook Tests Multiple Brands In A Single Ad Unit: Digiday
  • Lufthansa, IBM Watson Launch AI-Powered Interactive Ad: MediaPost
  • Chicago Bulls Collaborate With Rovio Entertainment For ‘Angry Bird’s-Eye View’ Cam: The Drum
  • How Can Big Brands Like Coca-Cola Gain Back Consumer Trust?: Forbes
  • Media Buyers (Again) Shrug Off Facebook’s Latest Video Metrics Screwup: Digiday
  • Marketers: Automation Is Turning Humans Off: MediaPost
  • McLaren And Coca-Cola To Partner For The Remainder Of The 2018 F1 Season: The Drum
  • Kleenex Blows Its Branding With A Gender Bias Problem: Inc.
  • Facebook Aims To Give More Transparency Around Brand-Influencer Relationship: Marketing Land
  • Facebook Launches New Wave Of Music Products: Billboard
  • Justin Timberlake Cites ‘Severely Bruised’ Vocal Cords In Calling Off NYC Show: Variety
  • Beyonce & JAY-Z’s On The Run II Tour Finishes With More Than $250 Million: Billboard
  • Ethan Hawke, Charlie Sexton Launch New Record Label With ‘Blaze’ Star: Rolling Stone
  • Martin Garrix Named Top DJ For Third Year In A Row: Variety
  • Drake Passes Beatles For Most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 Hits In A Year: The Hollywood Reporter
  • Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Meghan Trainor & More Team Up For ‘We Can Survive’ Concert: Billboard
  • Rihanna Turned Down Super Bowl Halftime Spot To Support Colin Kaepernick: Variety
  • SXSW Announces First Set Of 2019 Performers: Billboard
  • Britney Spears Headed Back To Las Vegas For Brand-New Residency: Entertainment Tonight

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