It’s getting harder out there for a guy who wants to raise big public fanfare around his marriage proposal. In the media-saturated American scene, you see proposals turning up in newspaper ads, skywriting appeals and–of course–the venerable stadium Jumbotron. So how does a lovestruck beau make his offer really stand out? Why, he asks his…Details
CBS Axes production on “Two and a Half Men” “Two and a Half Men” is done for now, and possibly forever. Yesterday CBS and Warner Bros. canceled the sitcom for the rest of the season, following a bizarre radio interview yesterday in which the troubled star attacked show creator Chuck Lorre in an anti-Semitic rant.…Details
One of the most famous advertising slogans of the world will not be there any more. Since the decade of fifty’s KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken, has called its meals as “finger lickin’ good” , but, in a seeming attempt to keep up with healthier eating trends, will now use the phrase “So Good”. KFC…Details
Share at your own risk: Are you advertising your home to burglars? Somethings you might want to share are not always the smartest things to share!
Some people update their social networks with every detail of their lives, revealing intimate details such as their date of birth, home address and when they’re off on holiday. A study by LV= revealed that 36pc of social net-workers do not lock their profiles, meaning anyone – including criminals – can access their status updates.…Details
Awards Boast Youngest-Skewing Telecast Since 2004 LOS ANGELES (AdAge.com) — Need further proof that social mediahas rescued live TV? Witness last night’s Grammy Awards, which dominated not just Twitter’s trending topics all of Sunday night and well into Monday morning, but the Nielsen ratings as well. Sunday’s night’s telecast was the most-watched Grammys since 2001,…Details