Could the Madmen Go Digital?
Image from: Huffington Post Madmen is back and with the newest trend of #draping surpassing the meme of #tebowing all over the Internet, I decided to look how the advertising gurus of the 60’s were holding up in the digital age. Looking on Compete.com we can see that keyword “Madmen” returned the following searches: Amctv.com returned the highest search volume with approximately 64% of search, not surprising since AMC is
AMC TV: The Walking Dead is Eating Up Breaking Bad
When season 4 of AMC TV’s Breaking Bad came to an end in October, I struggled with an important decision: how do I fill the void created by my acute Breaking Bad withdrawal? Should I tune into AMC’s up-and-coming second season of The Walking Dead zombie series? For starters, I looked at what else viewers who visit AMCTV.com’s Breaking Bad section did online in September during the peak of the
AMC TV: Repeat Mad Men Madness
I don’t know about you, but I’m a big fan of some of AMC TV’s original shows (particularly Breaking Bad and Mad Men), and I don’t think I’m the only one. A quick look at the winners at the 62nd Primetime Emmys last week shows how strongly acclaimed AMC’s dramas are right now. Breaking Bad lead, Bryan Cranston, won his third Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series,
“Mad Men" Boosts Online Traffic for AMCTV.com
I’ve been a big fan of AMC’s Mad Men since I watched the first episode in 2007. It’s now in its fourth season, and it seems like every year the fan base gets bigger. Last year in particular, it felt like everyone I knew was talking about Mad Men, and my impression was that AMC was doing a really heavy media campaign to get a buzz going about the show.