Black people had more than $1.5 trillion dollars in buying power in 2020, and over $1 trillion in viewing power. Black America is taking control of both the economic and media influence they wield and using it to invest in Black experiences, Black communities and Black content. Representation matters – but it’s not ALL that
I love podcasts, my roommates love podcasts, my family loves podcasts – everyone I know loves podcasts. I mean how could you not love a good podcast? Whether you are walking your dog at the park or doing your daily commute to work, podcasts offer you a personal experience that allows you to choose a
For decades, Black Friday marked the launch of the holiday shopping season, with stores offering 24-hour sales on the hottest items of the year. Only those willing to wait hours in line, sometimes overnight, were able to shop at the discounted prices. Eventually, retailers began bringing these sales online, leading to the creation of Cyber
On October 28th, Facebook announced their name change to Meta. The name change is representative of only the parent company. All of the platforms will continue to keep their original names: Facebook Instagram Whatsapp Oculus Threadsy How are Advertisers Affected? Well, in short, they’re not. Advertisers are not affected because the platform applications and websites
I remember a year ago I went to my sister’s (small) Halloween party, full of young kids who were excited to finally see some of their friends again after not being able to due to COVID-19 restrictions. What is usually a very fun and exciting Halloween party was quite sad and depressing – no trick
The pandemic has certainly shifted the workforce to a virtual or hybrid environment almost overnight. How we communicate, collaborate, and harmonize has been tested and retested in companies large and small over the past year. We have been pushed to rely on virtual engagement and change our most basic everyday tasks to a virtual format.