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November 12, 2007No Comments

ON: Managing Design

Was strolling through my lists of feeds and ran across the UK Design Council's series of in-depth articles on how design is managed, with practical ideas and real-life examples of design being used for business success.  The companies that participated in the study were Alessi, BSkyB, BT,
LEGO, Microsoft, Sony, Starbucks, Virgin Atlantic, Whirlpool, Xerox and
Yahoo!

ON: Managing Design via @jpenabickley

September 25, 20073 Comments

ON: Going From Commercial Breaks to Commercial Destination

Another add to the digital party this week at Advertising Week.  This morning at 9 am investors  from Microsoft, NBC Universal and GE’s Peacock Equity Fund, ION Television, as well as Adweek, Brandweek and Mediaweek, among others, joined a group of us for an early am press conference at the Paley Center for Media to introduce Firebrand

Firebrand is first network that’s turning the commercial break into a
commercial destination. You are no longer the commercial target. You
target the commercials. Choose what brands you interact with, choose how you interact with them.

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Firebrand is a new, opt-in entertainment and marketing destination that
gives consumers interactive access to their favorite brands, products
and promotions.  Firebrand programs the “coolest” TV commercials the
way MTV used to program music videos and its multi-platform network,
slated to launch on October 22, is the first to go “live”
simultaneously on TV, the web and mobile.

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Firebrand even has CJ’s (commercial jockeys), the same way MTV had VJ’s, who will contextualize the commercials as art and entertainment, and guide consumers through playlists, contests and promotions.

Conceptually I think it is cool.  it does "fuse the blue" .. but my hunch says that using the word "commercial" will turn off consumers.  Does anyone choose to be sold?  I look forward to see if this get taken past the :30 second commercial and allows for an interactive experience that could offer a retail or volume driving pay off for brands who venture into the space.

Check it out at http://www.firebrandtv.com

ON: Going From Commercial Breaks to Commercial Destination via @jpenabickley

March 25, 2007No Comments

ON: Piczo and Microsoft

Just got word through my Twitter community that Piczo is set to announce an ad deal with Microsoft on Monday. 

However, this isn’t a Facebook-type deal, or one that will be considered a consolation prize as Google sneaks away with ad deals for MySpace and Friendster. This is smaller and UK-only.  Microsoft Digital
Advertising Solutions becomes Piczo’s exclusive UK ad sales partner
across all communication formats and market categories. Piczo is handing over its UK ad sales to Microsoft.

Piczo claims 25 million users globally, 2 billion pageviews
monthly and a reach that extends to two-thirds of UK teens according
to ComScore. Look out for a Microsoft announcement on Monday.

ON: Piczo and Microsoft via @jpenabickley

January 24, 2007No Comments

ON: Mobile Start Ups

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Today I was working on my plans on how we (TracyLocke Digital) will approach the mobile space from a activation and brand promotions approach.   I have been bombarded by new information on start ups.  Below I have developed a list of the companies that are hot and have forward movement in the Mobile 2.0 space.  There's definitely a lot of movement around on the mobile start-up front. Besides
Yahoo with Flickr and Google with YouTube going mobile, there are some very interesting
start-up companies going mobile.

Many of these companies are building easy-to-use mobile
web apps and services that work cross platform.  If you have a mobile tech company that you think that interactive marketers can use as a brand activation platform add you name to the list by dropping me a comment.

  • BluePulse
  • Cellfire
  • ComVu
  • Funambol
  • Gizmo
  • Loopt
  • JuiceCaster
  • Mobo
  • Mystrands
  • Plazes
  • Plusmo
  • Sharpcast
  • SlingMedia
  • Shozu
  • SoonR
  • TalkPlus
  • Widsets
  • Winksite
ON: Mobile Start Ups via @jpenabickley

January 24, 2007No Comments

ON: Mobile Start Ups

3xseries_mobile20
Today I was working on my plans on how we (TracyLocke Digital) will approach the mobile space from a activation and brand promotions approach.   I have been bombarded by new information on start ups.  Below I have developed a list of the companies that are hot and have forward movement in the Mobile 2.0 space.  There's definitely a lot of movement around on the mobile start-up front. Besides
Yahoo with Flickr and Google with YouTube going mobile, there are some very interesting
start-up companies going mobile.

Many of these companies are building easy-to-use mobile
web apps and services that work cross platform.  If you have a mobile tech company that you think that interactive marketers can use as a brand activation platform add you name to the list by dropping me a comment.

  • BluePulse
  • Cellfire
  • ComVu
  • Funambol
  • Gizmo
  • Loopt
  • JuiceCaster
  • Mobo
  • Mystrands
  • Plazes
  • Plusmo
  • Sharpcast
  • SlingMedia
  • Shozu
  • SoonR
  • TalkPlus
  • Widsets
  • Winksite
ON: Mobile Start Ups via @jpenabickley

December 14, 20061 Comment

ON: AOL & MSN Getting Busy

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In the rush towards meaningful content provision online, the big
hitters are heading in some intriguing directions. If you can feel your
brains melting out of your ears from an overdose of YouTube’s cats on trampolines and could do with something slightly more cerebral for a change, read on.  This week, AOL took the next step forward with a website that will distribute documentaries. The website, dubbed AOL True Stories, will offer titles before theatrical release and between cinema and DVD release.  http://video.aol.com/video-category/true-stories/2546

The
site's current library of twenty films is available to stream,
download-to-own and buy as a DVD, and will accompany community forums
where viewers can share their perspectives through blogs, live chats,
message boards and video posting. Additionally, filmmakers can maintain
a blog to communicate with viewers regarding different aspects of their
film. Jordan Kurzweil, VP of development and
production at AOL programming, commented at launch: ‘We're hoping to
create great conversation online where people will debate about films.’

Launch titles include the controversial 1998 Oscar nominee ‘Waco: Rules of Engagement’ and ‘Shadow Company’,
which examined the role of private security firms in post-occupation
Iraq. Three new titles will be added each month, with this rising to as
much as twelve when the site is established. Revenue will be generated
from 30-second ads at the beginning of a film, which will be shared
with distributors as well as filmmakers.

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Following the unpopularity of Amazon’s film download service ‘Unbox’, the terms of which popular blog BoingBoing
likened to telling customers to ‘eat shit and die’, AOL’s integrated,
sensitive and targeted approach to this area could be a well needed
tonic. So – if you’re fully intending to watch something meaningful on
TV when you get home tonight but know full well that the hours between
7 and 10pm will be spent watching Friends on DVD, get your brain engaged early on with this video on demand service.

At the same time, Microsoft has been busy, unveiling the new Vista operating system, the much anticipated Zune, plus myriad additions to their Live Search service. The latest of these is the announcement of an online library to digitise the world’s books – a claim made by rivals Google not 5 months ago. The service, Live Search Books,
will apparently attempt to make ‘the reading experience as natural as
possible’. Using their blog to both make the announcement and respond
to comments, an unnamed Microsoft spokesperson said: ‘The US beta
launch of Live Search Books is a big step forward in advancing the way
people discover information through the integration of content that has
been off-limits to the traditional search experience, until now.’ http://blogs.msdn.com/livesearch

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Books
online is a tricky one – whilst we can see what it would add to the
search experience, we can’t see the pleasure of curling up in an arm
chair with an actual hard copy and a glass of wine/bar of
chocolate/disgruntled moggy disappearing just yet. However, as Ferris Bueller once said – life moves pretty fast, and we’d be the last person to resist change. Hand that Sony Reader over here. www.learningcenter.sony.us/assets/itpd/reader

ON: AOL & MSN Getting Busy via @jpenabickley

December 14, 20061 Comment

ON: AOL & MSN Getting Busy

Picture_5_6
In the rush towards meaningful content provision online, the big
hitters are heading in some intriguing directions. If you can feel your
brains melting out of your ears from an overdose of YouTube’s cats on trampolines and could do with something slightly more cerebral for a change, read on.  This week, AOL took the next step forward with a website that will distribute documentaries. The website, dubbed AOL True Stories, will offer titles before theatrical release and between cinema and DVD release.  http://video.aol.com/video-category/true-stories/2546

The
site's current library of twenty films is available to stream,
download-to-own and buy as a DVD, and will accompany community forums
where viewers can share their perspectives through blogs, live chats,
message boards and video posting. Additionally, filmmakers can maintain
a blog to communicate with viewers regarding different aspects of their
film. Jordan Kurzweil, VP of development and
production at AOL programming, commented at launch: ‘We're hoping to
create great conversation online where people will debate about films.’

Launch titles include the controversial 1998 Oscar nominee ‘Waco: Rules of Engagement’ and ‘Shadow Company’,
which examined the role of private security firms in post-occupation
Iraq. Three new titles will be added each month, with this rising to as
much as twelve when the site is established. Revenue will be generated
from 30-second ads at the beginning of a film, which will be shared
with distributors as well as filmmakers.

Picture_3_10
Following the unpopularity of Amazon’s film download service ‘Unbox’, the terms of which popular blog BoingBoing
likened to telling customers to ‘eat shit and die’, AOL’s integrated,
sensitive and targeted approach to this area could be a well needed
tonic. So – if you’re fully intending to watch something meaningful on
TV when you get home tonight but know full well that the hours between
7 and 10pm will be spent watching Friends on DVD, get your brain engaged early on with this video on demand service.

At the same time, Microsoft has been busy, unveiling the new Vista operating system, the much anticipated Zune, plus myriad additions to their Live Search service. The latest of these is the announcement of an online library to digitise the world’s books – a claim made by rivals Google not 5 months ago. The service, Live Search Books,
will apparently attempt to make ‘the reading experience as natural as
possible’. Using their blog to both make the announcement and respond
to comments, an unnamed Microsoft spokesperson said: ‘The US beta
launch of Live Search Books is a big step forward in advancing the way
people discover information through the integration of content that has
been off-limits to the traditional search experience, until now.’ http://blogs.msdn.com/livesearch

Picture_4_5
Books
online is a tricky one – whilst we can see what it would add to the
search experience, we can’t see the pleasure of curling up in an arm
chair with an actual hard copy and a glass of wine/bar of
chocolate/disgruntled moggy disappearing just yet. However, as Ferris Bueller once said – life moves pretty fast, and we’d be the last person to resist change. Hand that Sony Reader over here. www.learningcenter.sony.us/assets/itpd/reader

ON: AOL & MSN Getting Busy via @jpenabickley

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