posts tagged ‘entertainment

August 28, 2015

Dreamland

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The power of hipster nostalgia has reached a new peak—freshly reopened Dreamland park in the UK is a restored vintage wonderland, complete with a roller disco, art deco cinema, and restored wooden roller coaster in all its “rickety, grinding glory.”

-Vanity Fair takes an intimate look at the “dating apocalypse” of today’s app-enabled romance. -The Independent explores the decline of the UK nightclub scene as millennials opt for more Instagram-worthy experiences. -After facing social media backlash, Target is now doing away with gender distinctions in its toy and home goods aisles, reports Fast Company. -Facebook’s […]

This summer, TV’s highest-paid female actress, Sofia Vergara, will star in a reality series launching exclusively on Snapchat. The series, titled Vergaraland, is co-produced by Fusion and Vergara’s production company, Latin World Entertainment. It will tell the story of her Hollywood life through the eyes of her 24-year-old son.

January 14, 2015

10 Years of 10 Trends

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Ten years ago, J. Walter Thompson made the pioneering move to set up what we now call JWTIntelligence, with the purpose of identifying global consumer trends and interpreting what they mean for brands. In the years since, our annual “10 Trends” report has become widely known. To celebrate a decade of “10 Trends,” our latest […]

As we race to the finish line of 2014, we’re also starting to look to what’s next. At JWTIntelligence, our 10 Trends and later 100 Things to Watch have traditionally marked this transition. This year, in the spirit of newness—new branding, new CEO, new worldwide director of JWTIntelligence (that’s me)—we’re switching things up a little. […]

Recommendations—for products, content and experiences—have been getting more and more finely tuned as brands get access to new data streams and learn how to use data more predictively. The latest futuristic idea in predictive technology: speakers that play what they think the listener wants to hear at a given time. Cone, introduced earlier this year, […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -Based on Advertising Week discussions, Mashable outlines five big trends in advertising right now. -Adweek’s mobile-focused series, aligned with Advertising Week, includes a look whether mobile can rule the ad world. -An […]

Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -The Economist’s special report on advertising and technology looks at how tech is changing life for ad agencies, data tracking and privacy issues, the pros and cons of advertising on mobile devices, […]

Escape is a triple-screen system from Barco that “allows you to truly be in the movies, not just at the movies”—in line with the rise of immersive experiences, one of our 10 Trends for 2014 and Beyond. Audiences at five U.S. locations and one Belgian cinema will get their first taste of the concept with […]

JWT: Meet the New Modern Family (September 2014) from JWTIntelligence We’re all seeing examples of “modern family” in our own lives as social norms rapidly change, and chances are your own household diverts from tradition in some key ways. Yet many brands aren’t yet portraying the new reality of today’s families or fully speaking to […]


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