The real reason Jay Manuel from ‘ANTM’ made his debut novel fiction, not a memoir

{ object.primary_image.title }}

For 18 seasons, he served as creative director and producer of the global phenomenon ‘America’s Next Top Model.’ But his debut novel isn’t the juicy tell-all you might’ve expected. Makeup artist and stylist Jay Manuel has spent more than 20 years in the fashion industry, most famously serving as creative director and producer of the reality TV competition phenomenon America’s Next Top Model . Read Full Story

Read Full Article on Fast Company

13 influential marketing technology leaders

{ object.primary_image.title }}

30-second summary: Following a survey and some editorial research, we have highlighted 13 people we think are either respected industry guardians, or are making some noteworthy contributions to the marketing technology space. Scott Brinker, Tamara McCleary, Ann Lewnes, Des Cahill, Stephanie Buscemi, Tony Ralph and David Encizo, amongst those named in the list. Katrina Lake, Werner Vogels, Max Wessel, Jay Richman, Melanie Deziel and Erin Rowles also honored in the list. With February widely regarded as awards season in the realm of pop culture, we thought we’d get on the act as well and recognize some of the leading personalities in the marketing technology sector. We asked you, our valued readers, to send us your picks and combined that with hours of relentless editorial research, to narrow down our list to 13 deserving people. So without further ado here are our list of 13 (in no particular order) who we …

More

Mega producer Tainy transformed Latin music—now he’s focused on the rest of the culture

{ object.primary_image.title }}

The producer behind hits for J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Cardi B is stepping out with his debut EP on his label/entertainment outfit Neon16. For well over a decade, Marco Masís Fernández, also known as Tainy, has been the mastermind behind some of reggaeton’s biggest hits. The Puerto Rican producer has crafted sounds for such chart-topping artists as Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Cardi B, Daddy Yankee, and more. Read Full Story

More

Why Emerald Fennell, of ‘The Crown’ and ‘Killing Eve’, relishes revenge

{ object.primary_image.title }}

Certain stories are best served cold. The women in Emerald Fennell’s projects have one thing in common: vengeance. The London-based writer, director, and author, who first gained recognition as an actor on PBS’s Call the Midwife (and recently played Camilla Parker Bowles on Netflix’s The Crown ), has served as the showrunner and head writer for the second season of Killing Eve , and will soon be making her feature directing debut with Promising Young Woman . The genre-busting thriller, starring Carey Mulligan as a medical school dropout on a quest to make people pay for a past crime, is deeply subversive, which makes Fennell’s next project all the more intriguing: She and Andrew Lloyd Webber are in the process of reimagining Cinderella for the London stage. Read Full Story

More

AI applications for digital out of home advertising

{ object.primary_image.title }}

30-second summary: The use of data to contextualize campaigns to the “here and now” means messages can be aligned with consumer mindset in the moment and become useful and relevant. Dynamic Creative joins the dots between data-driven media planning and the mindset of a consumer at a given time, in a given place, making the medium truly reactive, and much more intelligent, as well as driving efficiencies. Advances in technology will allow us to hold a true interaction with the consumer, using deep fake technology in real time. Currently it’s a resource intensive task that requires content to be rendered ahead of time but with faster machines this can happen in real time. AI can be used with facial recognition technology to detect how much a person likes an advert by their facial expression and creative can be tweaked and updated depending on gender and age demographics in real time. …

More

This top disease expert could be helping the CDC. Instead, she’s sidelined by scandal

{ object.primary_image.title }}

Eva Lee has built one of the most accurate COVID-19 models. But due to a felony charge, she’s unable to access the computers that could help her quickly model the disease’s spread. O n a balmy Georgia evening in January, Eva Lee , director of the Center for Operations Research in Medicine and Health Care at the Georgia Institute of Technology , was finishing up a paper about the global spread of avian flu and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS. It was late and her husband was asleep next to her in the bedroom of their bungalow in a quiet Atlanta neighborhood. Read Full Story

More

Subscribe to our newsletter

Join our newsletter and never miss out trending marketing news.

HitcountVariables(pk=6591, ajax_url='/api/hit/ajax/', hits='12')