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Super Bowl LV viewership drops to lowest levels since 2007
We are all accustomed to hearing accolades about the success and amazing command the annual National Football League (NFL) Super Bowl has over the American viewing public. The official game score and on-the-field statistics often sideline news stories of far greater significance on Super Bowl Sunday. Geopolitical happenings, natural disasters, and perhaps even global famine...
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Image Credit: Ascannio / Shutterstock.com It was a potentially explosive announcement for social media marketing, but it would appear that for advertisers and marketers, who rely on social media platforms to connect with customers, the news barely received notice. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced in December that they would be filing antitrust legislation against...
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It is a phrase that has been seen in headlines of articles across industry publications, frequently heard in board rooms, and endlessly repeated on internet forums. Yes, ‘Big Data’ has been a hot-button topic and a dominant trend for some time now, but all evidence points to an army of executives, marketers, and other leaders...
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Did you know there was a football game played Sunday night in New Orleans? The Super Bowl matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the winning Baltimore Ravens turned out to be highly competitive and compelling until the end, keeping 200 million televisions locked on CBS’ well-managed but unremarkable broadcast. But notwithstanding the action on...
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As Halloween descends upon us, images of copious amounts of candy corn and miniature chocolates, vampires and werewolves, and children roaming moonlit streets on a brisk autumn evening are conjured. The latest scary movie (this season, it’s the fourth installment of the Paranormal Activity franchise) hits the theaters, and in 2012, some real life drama...
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Ask a stranger on the street to name the CEO of a prominent Fortune 100 company. Then ask them who plays quarterback for the New England Patriots on Sundays. The positions are fundamentally similar; both are qualified individuals chosen to lead an organization to success, yet you are likely to receive a puzzled look for...
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A recent experience entailed visiting a prominent big box retailer’s physical location, comparing prices on a smartphone while in the building, and finding that the chain’s own E-retail site had the desired item for a lower price than in the store. When the sales associates refused to honor or match the price from the store’s...
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**From the pages of Junction’s notebook: Read about the experiences, perspectives, and ideas of Junction team members. I was racing to a meeting and realized that I had left my cell phone at the office. I desperately looked at my colleague fearing that I would be late. I ask her if she can check her...
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For nearly 50 years, children and adults alike have enjoyed the wondrous and whimsical tale of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Chocolate is one special type of product with which many consumers have a true lifelong relationship. For most, trying a new chocolate isn’t a huge risk. Consumers are generally open to eating a piece...
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Sunday night’s Super Bowl XLVI matchup between the New York Giants and New England Patriots broke the record for the largest television audience for the third consecutive year. With an average of 111.3 million viewers, it edged out last year’s broadcast and became just the fourth such program to break the 100 million mark. For...
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