The dawn of the Jimmy Fallon era on The Tonight Show pretty much went off without a hitch Monday night. Fallon showed deference to the storied NBC franchise, but, as with any changing of the guard, he’s already made some changes to the program with an eye on expanding the audience.
Bode Miller’s reaction to his Olympic interview is a classic lesson for brand communicators in dealing a measured response.
What does the announcement of Facebook’s new gender options tell communicators?
This being Valentine’s Day, we offer these suggestions to show your favorite journalists, influencers, followers and customers (otherwise known as people) on social channels that you listen to and appreciate them.
By going to Facebook Wednesday to announce his retirement from baseball following the upcoming season, the Yankee shortstop put on a clinic on how to use social media to strike the right tone for sensitive subjects.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? And that includes social channels. Twitter is experimenting with yet another profile redesign, channeling Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest’s image-heavy formats in a yet-to-be-released update. Mashable reports that… Continued
Chick-fil-A joins a CSR trend that saw Subway remove chemicals from its bread baking process and Kraft Foods remove artificial dyes from its cheese slices.
Following his fourth-place finish in the halfpipe final at the Winter Olympics Tuesday, Shaun White is already making noises to focus more on his music career and less on snowboarding. But if the music thing doesn’t work out, White could also try his hand at branding. He certainly has a knack for how to manage his own brand.
Dumb Starbucks was among the top trending stories of the last 24 hours, for sure. And while it has come and gone already, as Los Angeles County health inspectors shut the store down on Monday for operating without a valid permit, it deserves recognition from the communications perspective for several reasons.