Brian McLane

Media and Social Commentary

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Entries Tagged as 'Mobile Marketing'

MACGRUBER – IPHONE APP – OKAY I’M JEALOUS

April 15th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Mobile Marketing, Technology

On the podium I played it cool…. There were four of us speaking at Debra Kaufman’s NAB panel on mobile as a utility for marketing films and television. Myself representing New York mobile marketing agency iProgram.tv, Michael Dutton from AP, Curt Doty from Trailerpark.com and Jason Lim from TriggerLA.com (a Los Angeles and Shanghai digital […]

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NEW SLOGAN FOR LAS VEGAS – HURRY BEFORE IT WEARS OFF

April 14th, 2010 · No Comments · Mobile Marketing, Social Commentary, Technology

I went back to my room at around midnite and saw a girl sitting in the hallway with her head in her hands. Moments before in the lobby I saw a man standing anxiously over his wife or girlfriend as she worked the internet kiosk (yes out here they have a purpose) to transfer money. […]

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FAST FOOD TV FOR FAST FOOD LOVERS

March 16th, 2010 · No Comments · Mobile Marketing, Social Commentary

What happened to good acting and a good script? Is every show about the short take, big cast, lots of meaningless blab that goes according to formula and leaves everyone temporarily satisfied until they get their next fix of fast food entertainment and more. And why not? Americans are eating their way to their hearts […]

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THE MOBILE BROADBAND INITIATIVE – THE NEED FOR SPEED.

March 15th, 2010 · No Comments · Mobile Marketing, Social Commentary, Technology

We’re way behind. 93 million rural Americans, kids, low income Americans – it’s a new form of slavery – called digital exclusion. Broadband Service Providers will lie and lobby and divert, delay, deny, whatever to keep people stupid. Try to stop bills that include consumer service protections and maintain their unfair levels of competition. Why […]

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