Monthly Archives: January 2011

From Prada to Nada performs well as Limited Release

We’re thrilled that our first film project, From Prada to Nada, had a great opening weekend. From The Wrap: Among smaller releases, “From Prada to Nada” — the first film from the new Latin-targeted Pantelion label being jointly launched by … Continue reading

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2011 Mobile Trends | Forrester Blogs

This info is courtesy of Forrester Research In a new report, we are highlighting what we expect the key trends to be in 2011. While we believe that most of the trends identified last year will continue throughout the year … Continue reading

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Article: The History of Social Media

The History of Social Media http://mashable.com/2011/01/24/the-history-of-social-media-infographic/

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From Prada To Nada premieres tonight!

Tonight is the big Hollywood premiere of From Prada to Nada and we’re super excited.  We led the building of the website, the Facebook page, the MySpace page, the YouTube page, the Tumblr blog, the digital ads and more.  Yep, … Continue reading

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Don Draper in a Digital World

Courtesy of comScore and ARS, here are two good downloads. comScore ARS – When CPG Brands Get Digital.pdf comScore ARS – When Advertising Goes Digital.pdf

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Article: 10 Trends for Online Marketers in 2011

10 Trends for Online Marketers in 2011 http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/217923

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A Snapshot of Hispanic Media Usage in the US

Nielsen-Snapshot-of-Hispanic-Media-Usage-US.pdf

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Season of the Witch Opening Box Office Driven by Hispanic

We’re thrilled that 36% of Season of the Witch’s opening box office was driven by Hispanic.  Beehive took their English language spots, and wrote new scripts (not translations) to appeal to the Hispanic audience.  Studios are getting hip to the … Continue reading

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How We Incentivized LIKES for From Prada To Nada

To drive people to LIKE the page, we created artwork that showed visitors exactly what to do, then we rewarded them with a hidden stream of bloopers that only Fans could access.

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