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7/22/2019

Fila has launched a limited-edition Fila Explore collection that reflects adventure and the great outdoors, which is being promoted with a multichannel campaign that includes print in GQ and Vogue and a three-week interactive pop-up in New York City, plus a shorter-term pop-up in Los Angeles. The push also spans Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and out-of-home "wildposting" in 34 spots across Brooklyn and Manhattan.

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Fila, Explore, GQ, Twitter, Facebook
7/22/2019

Gatorade's "Highlights" mobile app enables teen athletes to share and celebrate their achievements with professional quality video and "motion stickers" that move with their content. The brand is expanding its marketing for the app, designed to help drive viral user-generated content, with influencers, paid media and by partnering with teen athlete video network Overtime.

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Gatorade
7/22/2019

Marketing technology newcomers AdQuick and Firefly recently launched programs with new attribution standards for OOH marketing efforts. Firefly is utilizing programmatic technology to enable marketers to customize taxi ads and track resulting consumer lift and store visits, and AdQuick now offers a payment choice to OOH media buyers based on the consumers interacting with an ad in real-time without charging upfront fees.

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Firefly, AdQuick
7/22/2019

PreciseTarget is integrating retail audience data segments with LiveRamp, which includes data gleaned from the affiliate marketing programs of around 200 retailers. PreciseTarget turns the data into synthetic IDs that can be used for audience targeting.

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LiveRamp
7/22/2019

Some 72% of consumers consider just two to four brands when making a purchase and 80% report being either very loyal or somewhat loyal to brands they buy, per an infographic from Wavemaker and BuzzFeed. The top element that spurs brand loyalty is a product being worth its price (30%), followed by superior quality (24%) and a brand delivering on its promises (22%).

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Wavemaker
7/22/2019

Netflix might be considered a direct competitor to pay-TV companies, but the streaming leader is also counting on teaming up with them to reach customers who prefer traditional TV, executives say, pointing to a new alliance with AT&T and existing partnerships with major cable companies including Comcast and Charter Communications. "It's a nice supplemental, incremental component...of our overall subscriber acquisition process," Netflix's Greg Peters told analysts.

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Light Reading
7/22/2019

There can be no agreement on allowing wireless carriers to share C-Band spectrum through a public auction unless satellite licensees agree, the C-Band Alliance noted in a Federal Communications Commission filing. The FCC can only sell the spectrum through a private auction, the CBA said, adding that cable systems and broadcasters have no legal right to take part in a government-led proceeding.

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Multichannel News
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C-Band Alliance, FCC, CBA
7/22/2019

Cable companies that are using MobiTV's IPTV platform have a transcoder alternative now that the company has completed a partnership with WISI Group for its Inca 3840 Adaptive Bitrate Transcoder, MobiTV announced. Nearly 100 cable companies have deployed MobiTV's end-to-end solution, which eliminates the need to install set-top boxes for video service.

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MobiTV
7/22/2019

Marketers need to keep their skills sharp and relevant in the ever-evolving digital age. Here are four areas where they can focus their learning.

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ana.net
7/22/2019

AT&T and Verizon are targeting divergent audiences in the social media marketing campaigns touting their new 5G services, BrandTotal reports, with AT&T pursuing more mature audiences and Verizon tilting toward men. The analysis, conducted during May and June, also showed AT&T devoting most of its paid resources to Facebook, while Verizon preferred Twitter.

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Verizon, AT&T, Facebook, Twitter