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A Sneaking Feeling About the State of TV

Do you ever get one of those feelings that things aren’t quite what they seem? Sure, everything around you looks normal and you haven’t received… Read More

Ditching the Click

Imagine for a moment that you’re the VP of Communications at a Washington, DC-based organization tasked with influencing national policy on a particular issue. Then,… Read More

Top 5 Digital Marketing Trends for 2015-ish

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore September might be considered by some to be… Read More

Hello, Left Brain! Creativity in the Digital Age

Human beings love to categorize stuff and put it in mental “boxes.” It’s a skill that served our primitive ancestors well by allowing them to… Read More

Reading Less, Watching More: Prepare for the Future of Video

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore In July 2008, Nicholas Carr published an essay… Read More

Disruption, Disintermediation, the Collaborative Economy, and the Future of Media

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore If you’re not someone who follows the latest… Read More

Conventional Wisdom & The Myth of the “Digital Native”

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore Why does something that “everybody knows” often feel… Read More

Dear Digital Marketers: Don’t Forget About the Boomers

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore If you’ve spent more than a few minutes… Read More

The Next Golden Age of Advertising – Part II

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore Earlier this month, we broke down the three… Read More

The Next Golden Age of Advertising – Part I

By Dr. Sean Carton, Chief Creative Officer and Professor of the Practice at the University of Baltimore Are we about to enter a new Golden… Read More