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6 Buzziest Pro- And Anti-Obamacare Marketing Moments

adweek.com — GetInsured, a nine-year-old health insurance web retailer, gathered social media numbers for the various buzzy moments that have transpired around the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., Obamacare) during the last several months. To be clear, GetInsured in Mountain View, Calif. sells healthcare packages for Obamacare-era providers like Oscar as well as longstanding names such as Humana, Anthem, Aetna and Coventry.

How Real Women Would Actually Respond to a Dove 'Experiment'

adweek.com — Every time Dove launches a new effort to remind women they're beautiful, the brand seems to pause first to also remind women how much they hate themselves.

Media Storm Signs Eyeview as Exclusive Partner

adweek.com — Independent media agency Media Storm had made a deal with Eyeview to further personalize its video offerings. Charlie Fiordalis, managing director of digital at Media Storm, said that one of the most difficult problems with online video ads is targeting the campaign to reflect viewer location.
RT @Adweek: Media Storm partners with Eyeview to help target video ads by location: adweek.it/1jvajmj pic.twitter.com/u7EBXQf6qx

Media Agencies Are Bullish on Chicago

adweek.com — Lately, a whole string of media agencies are falling in love with Chi-Town.

Pitney Bowes Names DigitasLBi its Digital Agency

edit.adweek.com — Pitney Bowes' selection of DigitasLBi as the company's digital agency represents just the beginning of the company's effort to consolidate its agency relationships.
@PitneyBowes named @digitaslbi its digital agency as part of restructuring of agency relationships: disq.us/8i3o2z via @Adweek

Supreme Court Weighs Whether Aereo Is Simply Circumventing Copyright Law

adweek.com — Aereo could be in trouble. For more than an hour today, the Supreme Court weighed arguments that could change the future of TV. If Aereo wins, it could threaten the billions of dollars in retransmission fees that broadcasters collect from cable and satellite companies.
Uh, oh, @Aereo - Supreme Court couldn't shake Aereo may be copyright work-around @adweek adweek.com/news/technolog… #copyright

1973 Personals Ad Reminds You Trolling Was a Thing Even in 1973

adweek.com — Ahh, the good old days, when men were men, women were women, the Internet didn't exist and one had to troll at a much slower pace. According to this personals ad from 1973, found by a Redditor, there was still plenty of shenanigans happening in the hot social media of the day-aka, the newspaper.

The 2014 Upfront Preview

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