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Category: Lesson 5.1 – The Marketing Plan

Does ‘Impossible is Nothing’ still work for Adidas in 2021?

Adidas has lately been strafing us all with a fresh barrage of celebrity-focused biographical videos/ads featuring its long-running “Impossible is Nothing” tagline, along with an #ImpossibleIsNothing Instagram campaign. Click here to read the story at adage.com. Discussion Questions: What is branding? What is a tagline? Why might taglines be used

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JPMorgan admits it misjudged backing European Super League

JPMorgan (JPM.N) said on Friday it regretted supporting soccer clubs in launching a breakaway European Super League after the plan collapsed earlier this week due to a storm of protest from fans and politicians. “We clearly misjudged how this deajkf;l would be viewed by the wider football community and how it might

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The Dual Identities of Disney’s ‘Cruella’ Marketing

Who, exactly, is Disney’s Cruella made for? Marketing. It is the oft-overlooked yet integral engine of Hollywood success. It is the pre-cursor to hype, the stoker of expectations. Click here to read the story at observer.com. Discussion Questions: The article begins by stating “Marketing. It is the oft-overlooked yet integral

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The 10 most innovative gaming companies of 2021

Every generation of video-game consoles ushers in faster, more realistic titles. This year’s releases by Sony and Microsoft continue that trend. The PS5 and the Xbox Series X deliver unprecedented levels of realism, with graphics processors that simulate shimmering reflections on puddles, controller vibrations that evoke the feeling of running

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The High Cost of Chasing Netflix for NBCU and WarnerMedia

After two months of fielding criticism from some of Hollywood’s top filmmakers, WarnerMedia executives finally had something to crow about when AT&T CEO John Stankey revealed Jan. 27 that the much-maligned plan to release its films in theaters and on HBO Max had helped to double the streamer’s audience to

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