A Look Into Over-the-Top Content
It should come as no surprise that the landscape for content consumption has changed dramatically in the past years…
Gear Up For Fantasy Football
Fantasy football is back in action! As teams get ready for draft day, we decided to take a look at some trends across the major fantasy sports sites…
YouTube’s Targeting Potential is Higher Than You Think
Eighty-three percent of Moms visit YouTube in any given month, about 3% more than the average Internet user…
A Different Look at History
History, formerly known as History Channel and popularly known as a television network, may be finding more brand value online as they attempt to become an authority for all things history.
There is a ton of hype surrounding the new Apple Watch. Find out how it has been impacting the Internet!
Amazon Fire Sparks an Interest
Amazon introduced its latest tech device, the Fire Smartphone, potentially interrupting the device industry for the second time after entering the tablet market in 2011. The big question is: will it be successful, especially given a saturated smartphone market?
AT&T’s $1.2B Gamble
AT&T’s proposed $49 billion purchase of DirecTV would bring DirecTV’s 20 million US pay-TV subscribers into the fold and give AT&T a better foothold to compete in the rapidly consolidating communications industry.
How Songza Gets Heard: Getting Digital Right
The search for the perfect (online) DJ is on. This week, I’m investigating how Songza, a carefully curated online music streaming site, gets digital right.
Get Your Tech On: Millward Brown Digital’s CES 2014 Highlights
In the digital world, we’ve learned to start off the new year with a bang — more specifically, with the annual Consumer Electronics Show! The tradeshow has been revealing the latest in all things tech for 40 years, and its Vegas location doesn’t quiet down the excitement any.
This year, we sat down with our Millward Brown Digital attendees to get a closer look at what’s new in the field, and what these innovations mean for digital marketing.
Facebook Research | How We Shopped: Holiday 2013
Check out this study conducted by Facebook and Millward Brown Digital on how shoppers utilized Facebook during their 2013 holiday shopping!
T-Mobile is Here to Stay
Whether gleefully poaching dissatisfied AT&T customers on Twitter or rebranding T-Mobile as the “Un-carrier” and changing long-established wireless practices, T-Mobile made a lot of noise in 2013. At CES in Las Vegas, CEO John Legere announced that all of that noise has moved the needle: T-Mobile had their best quarter in the last eight years in Q4 2013.