Episode 155: BL and David discuss a welcome video to an Illinois teacher’s fourth grade class that went viral; the Kardashian’s lack of sponsor disclosure on their Instagram accounts; President Obama’s venture into virtual reality; WhatsApp’s privacy reversal; YouTube’s social ambitions with Backstage; Vogue’s Photoshop fiasco; Twitter’s portable Direct Messaging; a transgender Ken controversy; Google’s policy of punishable popups; Uber’s lickable breathalizer cards; the WizKid Science YouTube channel; a Minnesota dog that was elected mayor; and much, much more.
Episode 153: BL and David discuss the new LinkedIn Influencer Q&A videos; Microsoft’s acquisition of Beam’s livestreaming video technology, #SaveTwitter, Facebook’s clickbait filter; Donald Trump’s perpetual recurring online donations; The Gap’s sexist ads; Facebook Live video ads; Petnet’s dumb SmartFeeder; a bear-in-the-house video that went viral; Google AMP for everyone; the FTC’s influencer crackdown; Facebook’s Area 404; Facebook video ad publishing tools; The World’s Biggest Asshole; Netflix’s Stranger Things 360 trailer; and much, much more.
Episode 152: Co-hosts BL Ochman and David Erickson discuss Russia’s hacking of American democracy and Donald Trump’s treasonous encouragement; the hacking of TechCrunch; Getty Images swiping a 18,000 public domain photos from the Library of Congress; the Olympic tweeting ban; Melania Trump laid bare; Twitter shutting down PostGhost; a YouTube kidnap conspiracy; Stable & Unstable Likers; the Action Aids ad campaign; Ralph Lauren’s custom animated Gif campaign; Twitter’s original food content; Minnesota in a box; the Trojan Olypmics; and much, much more.
Episode 150: Co-hosts BL and David discuss the Trump/Pence campaign logo and fallout; Facebook’s live video streaming growing pains; the #ConservativeBecause hashjack; Pokemon Go players at Arlington National Cemetery and the Holocaust Museum; some little-known problems with email open rates; the live streaming of the Turkish coup attempt; Twitter’s live streaming deals for the national political conventions and with Bloomberg; Pokemon Go’s sponsored locations; Twitter’s Audience API; and much, much more.
Episode 148: BL and David discuss Periscope’s moment on the national political stage during the House Democrats’ gun control sit-in; 360fly’s racist video ad; Facebook and YouTube live-streaming updates; Twitter’s new live video streaming button & 140 videos; a robot recall; Lender’s frozen bagels; Apple’s expanded Coding Camp; Pinterest’s new retargetting capabilities; Mark Zuckerberg’s paranoia; Facebook 360 photos; Twitter’s emoji targeting; and much, much more.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Crocs’ clumsy David Bowie tribute; David Bowie’s online innovations & foresight; Periscope livestreaming on Twitter; new Twitter ads; a Peachy new social network; Nazis for Trump; EA Sports NFL playoff trolling; the Bud Grant meme; newspapers as public benefit corporations; New York Daily News’ one-fingered salute to Ted Cruz; a taco joint mocking burglars; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Donald Trump’s Nazi tweet; absurd pharmaceutical mascots; LEGO denying Chinese artist LEGO bricks; Congressional action on bad review clauses; Fruit of the Loom’s tuck it in campaign; Instagram’s falling organic engagement; Carlsberg Beer’s Movember products; Twitter Curator opens to everyone; the Mars Generation potato challenge; IGN TV; IKEA’s other letter; Facebook’s artificial intelligence; the graphic novelization of iTunes’ terms of service; the Poo Pourri ad; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed violent bar coasters; a PR pitch from hell; T-Mobile’s #NeverSettleForVerizon campaign; Facebook Instant Articles; a ban on mobile ads in Europe; Snickers’ stickers; the Apple Watch for deaf people; and B.B. King; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the pluses and minuses of Starbuck’s #RaceTogether campaign; Toyota’s BB King commercial; HBO’s Robert Durst True Crime reality show; Monica Lewinski’s TEDTalk; American Airlines exception policy fiasco; Google’s practice of manipulating search results; YouTube’s new cards; NASA’s live broadcasts; and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the photoshopped Vince Vaughn stock photography used to market his Unfinished Business movie release; the latest violent video to go viral; Netflix’s House of Cards native ad; skill-less Millennials; Rudy Giuliani’s latest publicity grab; a rescue adoption video game; why people unfollow brands; Facebook’s Firehose data; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.