Watching a TV set is so 2000s.

Millennials don’t watch TV. That’s what they say. The “they” I am referring to is the industry and as a true Millennial, I can say that is absolutely correct. Sure, my apt has a TV. It’s actually pretty nice. But I can count on one hand the amount of times it has been used in […]

Puppy Love

This past weekend my Twitter feed was filled with images of heart-shaped food, my Spotify account had suggested I listen to the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack, and on the local news there was even a story about two falcons that had found love on top of the Tappen Zee bridge. I know it’s cliché […]

Shazam…It’s Not Just For Music Anymore

Looking for a way to extend your brand’s message from our Smart Screens to the screen that matters most to consumers, their mobile device? Why not hit them up through a mobile app that is most likely not only already installed on their phone but also in their top 15 most used? I present to […]

We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Creative New Year!

As the last ounces of residual egg nog dissipate from our bodies, and the sugarplums clear from our heads, we can begin the annual postmortem of the holiday season.  What did we learn? Well, from a personal perspective, I can say I’ve learned that LED lights give me a headache that rivals the hangover that […]

Make the Most out of Your Mall Experience During the Holidays

If you are like me, you like to avoid the malls on Black Friday. Even though the door buster deals are great, it is just not worth waiting on all those lines and fighting your way through the crowds. But did you know that most stores have great sales throughout the holiday season? So here […]

Why Isn’t Location-based Video Bought Strategically Yet? – I Challenge Your Top Three Excuses

One of the biggest frustrations of location-based video, or out of home in general, is that it is rarely included as a strategic line item on media plans. Why is this? Well, it’s certainly not for a lack of scale, measurement or trying. Believe me, our sales team has heard hundreds of excuses, but I […]

Why Brick and Mortar Will Never Disappear

Remember the last time you visited a Sephora or a Macy’s make up counter? So many product options, scents, and store employees magically appearing asking to transform you into a beauty queen. Or, for the male readers, perhaps your first visit to Kiehl’s or Art of Shaving, where you got to test different product textures, […]

The “On the Go Consumers”… How they Relate to the Mall Environment

There has been a great deal of press over the past year or two about the  decline of the shopping mall…stores closing, tumbleweeds rolling through the common areas…all supposedly because of internet shopping.  Malls do close, and this has been happening for decades as demographics and economics in a given geography shift, but what is […]

Christmas in September

Here in the Editorial Department, at Adspace Networks, we are always working ahead of schedule. We just put the finishing touches on our Breast Cancer Awareness initiative and have set our sights on the Holiday Gift Guide. You may be asking yourself, “Christmas in September?” Yes, you read that right. It’s just how we do […]

How We Made the Ad, Nespresso

Here in the Creative Department, we love when clients come to us with an idea for a unique way to use our medium. Adspace provides many options to acutely target an advertiser’s message towards the desired demo. One of our strongest capabilities is allowing for multiple copy changes (by market, dayparting, mall specific, etc.). That’s […]

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