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ADLANDIA is a bi-weekly podcast focused on the signals in the noise of the advertising/marketing industry. Every other Tuesday, Laura Correnti and Alexa Christon -- two of Madison Ave's most disruptive female voices -- will challenge that "same ol'" thinking, address what's in your feed, and highlight trends that haven't hit the trades, or at least not quite in the same way. Each episode listeners will have a chance to meet some of the industry's most inspiring talent and learn about the bus ...
 
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We'd rate this one 5 stars: on this episode we're sitting down with the authentic, creative, and hysterical founders of The Infatuation, Chris Stang and Andrew Steinthal, for a masterclass on entrepreneurship. We learn what it takes to build a business like theirs, how they decided to become co-founders, and what growth looks like while staying ...…
 
Who better to kick off 2019 than Rachel Tipograph, Founder and CEO of social commerce platform, MikMak, and 2x guest on Adlandia. Rachel calls in to talk about what’s driving MikMak’s incredible growth (up 350%!) with clients including Bose, L'Oreal, P&G, T-Mobile, Under Armour, Unilever and more. Rachel explains how to stop forfeiting your cus ...…
 
We’re talking all things content marketing on our last episode of 2018 with Citia Founder & CEO, Linda Holliday. Linda talks with us about the paradigm shift from advertising to content, the (invisible) role technology should play for marketers, pursuing a new infrastructure and designing for entirely new spaces. Hear why she thinks B2B adverti ...…
 
The CUT, Grub Street, Intelligencer, Vulture, The Strategist and the list goes on - New York Media, one of the few privately owned media companies, has created a network of largely digital brands, all starting with the beloved and mainstay legacy publication, New York Magazine. Pam Wasserstein, CEO of New York Media, stops by to talk about how ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving, ADLANDIA! We're back with a Q4 serving of the latest ad industry headlines with Axios media reporter, Sara Fischer. There's much to talk about: the latest planning and buying decisions around scaled digital platforms like Facebook, automated advertising on traditional platforms, new ways to test creative, the collapse of the ...…
 
Deirdre Latour, former GE Chief Communications Officer, reputation consultant and host of podcast FlackU!, visits us to talk about brand and executive communications in 2018. On this episode we talk about the relationship between corporate communications and marketing, and how that manifests in culture. Deirdre shares insights on why brands sho ...…
 
On this episode we're talking PR and communications with Kimry Blackwelder, Sr. Director of Global PR and Social at Cole Haan. We discuss the importance of integrating comms and marketing from the beginning, or concept phase, of ideas and planning, and it’s impact on our obsession with generating earned value. We learn how the PR industry has e ...…
 
Podcasting, we’re still figuring it all out. Nick Quah - founder of podcast newsletter, HotPod - calls in to talk about the current state of the industry. On this episode we're decoupling podcasting from audio, talking about the advertising model (host reads, programmatic and more), discussing formats and why 2014-2018 was an interesting in-bet ...…
 
Returning guest Jarrod Dicker, now CEO of, po.et, a blockchain company for creators, visits us to talk all things blockchain. In this episode, we get an education on what it is, why we need it and some provocative use cases for how it may just be the thing that upends the media industry. We debate the meaning of premium and who gets to define i ...…
 
When the existing system isn’t working, reinvent it. That’s what this week’s guest, Cindy Gallop, industry renegade, stops by the studio to talk about and tells us her philosophy on radical simplicity. With an unwavering perspective, A + L talk with Cindy about how to live and work your values (regardless of brand, business or individual) to fu ...…
 
Many New Yorkers stopped what they were doing (us included) when they heard brand phenomenon Supreme wrapped the NY Post with their logo, making a bold, but simple statement. Fascinated with consumer reaction and the clear message around the power of print, L + A sat with the co-leads of Post Studios for a convo about how this NY-based brand co ...…
 
Who better to learn about the shifting demands and challenges for ad agencies than from an agency sherpa? Nancy Hill, former CEO and President of the 4As, agency veteran, and Founder of Media Sherpas, shares insights on talent, structuring engagements more like a design firm and the shift in the agency culture that will prepare us for the next ...…
 
We've all been chasing ways of measuring and understanding consumer sentiment - but have we been doing it right? That's what Knotch CEO and Co-founder, Anda Gansca, questioned as she started her company. Founded in Silicon Valley and pivoting to support brands, Knotch focuses on tracking consumer feelings via content marketing in real time. And ...…
 
There’s the expected tracks at Cannes and then there’s another track - where collaboration over competition is the spirit, where experimentation is the currency, and where the ones doing the work challenge convention by leveraging unique partners and new ways of thinking. They are meeting after-hours and seeking out new faces and ideas regardle ...…
 
Axios’ media star, Sara Fischer, calls in to give Adlandia a deep dive on the AT&T acquisition of Time Warner - now known as Warner Media - what you should know, the upsides for marketers, the things to watch for in other mergers, the future of programming mixes, and what happens to creativity when telco and tech companies are taking over conte ...…
 
There’s a new wave in consultants, coaches and innovation gurus working with C-level leadership to hone their knowledge and skills around emerging topics and trends. And while we can learn the Mary Meeker - like insights - doesn’t it all come down to where curiosity meets action? Brad Grossman, founder of Zeitguide, sits down with Alexa and Lau ...…
 
The next great idea is sitting in your office's cubes (or row of open floor desks). Bold creativity, cultural insight and new ways of working are sitting within our organizations amongst junior level talent that isn't given a voice or platform in our decision-making meetings. Rarely are they tapped or encouraged to bring their side passions and ...…
 
Adlandia talks to THE Girlboss, Sophia Amoruso, about her journey from ecomm entrepreneur to media founder as the head of her new venture, Girlboss Media. In a cross-coastal phone call, we learn about how coming from a non-media industry has given her an advantage to spot and fill a white space for an existing audience that is seriously passion ...…
 
Jen Rubio, Co-founder of Away, jets in to the studio (and yes she did come toting bags on the way to her 50th flight of the year) to chat with Alexa and Laura on how brand is a crucial agent of growth in the business - - maybe even more than the physical product, focusing on the customer experience and relationship with data, investing in talen ...…
 
We go to school this week with lady boss and publisher of Vice’s Broadly, Ari Wengroff, to have an enlightened conversation about what female-led content looks like, how it’s taking main stage, and how many brands still aren’t digging in despite lots of noise and proclamations. Ari talks about her first experiences at Vice and how she took “not ...…
 
Josh Sternberg, AdWeek’s tech editor, joins ADLANDIA for a spring break special (where Alexa searches for a signal while calling in from the desert of Arizona) to talk about the changing relationship between trade media & the ad industry's practitioners. Josh hits on why and how marketers should ditch the standard PR pitch to create a more mean ...…
 
Howdy y'all! HBO's Westworld raised the bar on experiential marketing at SXSW 2018. Laura and Alexa sat down with the creators behind the project from HBO (Steven Cardwell, Director of Program Marketing) and Giant Spoon (Trevor Guthrie, Co-founder) to learn about the inspiration, strategy, collaboration, and details to bring this fantasy world ...…
 
We're joined by our first creative this week, Otto Bell, Chief Creative Officer of Turner's Courageous Studio. It seems like every publisher has a "content studio" these days - what gives? We go there with Otto to learn what differentiates this commoditized offering, what marketers should be wary of and why he believes they're poised to become ...…
 
Alexa and Laura find out that there’s a whole lot more in the business of love that we can all learn from, when they sit down with OkCupid CMO, Melissa Hobley. Hobley and her team have struck a match, balancing marketing with data insights to make true human connections based on spotting signals in behavior. Come to find out if dating apps are ...…
 
Alexa and Laura talk to media & marketing executive turned entrepreneur Ross Martin, Founder & CEO of Blackbird, on building business based on leadership, the relationship between a company’s operating and belief system, and his "free agency" version of betting on leaders now to shape the future. Hear Ross’ view on how leaders of the future wil ...…
 
Sara Fischer, AXIOS media reporter, calls in from DC to share her experience in translating prior ad sales skills into creating the hottest media trends eNL in the industry. Sara talks about how to cut through the noise by focusing on 5 key things, talking to everyone and just going with your gut. Plus she goes there on Facebook's changes being ...…
 
Welcome to 2018, ADLANDIA! Alexa and Laura kick off the new year with a conversation about unlikely partnerships and collaboration vs competition. This week's guest is Andrew Steinthal, Co-Founder of food discovery site, The Infatuation, who dishes building a brand and community from the ground up, their approach to partnerships and why trust i ...…
 
ADLANDIA is closing out 2017 with a person who’s had a distinguished impact on the world of business and marketing (and Laura + Alexa), GE Vice Chairwoman Beth Comstock, as she gets ready to embark on her next chapter (her book "Imagine It Forward" drops Fall 2018). Beth talks about the common denominator of great leaders, how to quiet the inne ...…
 
Piers Fawkes, Founder of PSFK stops by Adlandia to chat about how he got started as a trend spotter, where PSFK has evolved to and how today’s measurement doesn’t account for the work the industry is doing and where we’re headed. Plus, Laura and Alexa give an extra long rant on what’s inspiring them today and how they apply it to their everyday ...…
 
Linda Yaccarino, Chair(wo)man of Ad Sales and Client Partnerships at NBCUniversal comes by ADLANDIA to give listeners an exclusive on the eve of the highly anticipated "State of the Industry Forum" closed event on Nov. 28 with industry leaders. Hear why she decided the time is now to act on the "lighting in the a bottle" moment to initiate chan ...…
 
Alexa and Laura are joined by another #girlboss who is changing the face of retail and eCommerce, Rachel Tipograph, Founder & CEO of MikMak. Rachel downloads on why she is betting her career on commerce through social video, why click attribution makes no sense, what CMOs should give a f$@! about right now (and fire their creative agencies) and ...…
 
Adlandia goes bi-coastal talking to Amanda Latifi, CEO & Co-founder of start-up biz Hafta Have, a responsive sms technology that connects the in-store buying experience to the shopper. The ladies talk all things retail, the relationship between transaction and experience and how now is the time for brick and mortars to put the power of buying b ...…
 
This week ADLANDIA hangs with audio veteran + Panoply's Chief Content Officer (aka our version of the #podfather), Andy Bowers. He chatted with Laura + Alexa about the rise of podcasting, experimenting with subscription models (insert kid's pod network: Pinna) and his thoughts on how tech unlocks the key to audio scale (but didn't think it woul ...…
 
This week we kick it with VICE's SVP of Sales, Ben Dietz, to talk how VICE owns their authenticity three decades later, their unabashed approach to do content differently, and the effects of creative-led leadership. We dig into why their team's rhetoric stands out in a sea of industry jargon sameness - yes, we believe the hype! Plus, don't miss ...…
 
Andrew Essex, CEO of TriBeCa Enterprises, author of The End of Advertising, and recovering ad man drops by ADLANDIA to talk missed opportunities for brands, building cult fandom and his advice for people early in their ad hustle. Plus Alexa and Laura talk IAB podcast upfronts and the future of audio subscriptions.…
 
It's the dog days of summer where everything slows down right before things kick back up. Alexa and Laura go back into the lost files from earlier in the year where they talked to Brad Haugen, Partner at ATTN: an issues-based media company. An important conversation in building organic audience in a time when attention and impact are hard to co ...…
 
The marketing therapy gets real on this episode with Thrive Global Chief Content Officer, Callie Schweitzer. We talk about how well-being should be the next focus for major brands and how the the ad industry can embrace it to get to productivity and enhanced creativity. The ladies talk about how to make micro-changes, micro-hates and how Thrive ...…
 
In this week's CMO Confidential special episode our hosts jam with GE CMO, Dunkin' Brands Board Member, and industry trailblazer, Linda Boff. Linda talks about being the Etsy of marketing, where to zig when others zag, what she looks for in talent and partners, and where brands can drive value. She dishes on embracing failure, why the upfront n ...…
 
Imagine waking up on a Tuesday and all the world's banner ads are gone. Laura and Alexa go there with Bloomberg Media CRO, Keith Grossman, while digging in on their 24/7 news deal with Twitter, programmatic not meaning cheap and what brands are willing to pay to reach business-decision-makers. Laura and Alexa also debate renting vs. owning audi ...…
 
Episode 11 (our guest's lucky number!) is filled with innovative rabbit holes - from what we need to exploit in agency talent to future of programmatic experiences and back again - we explore some of our favorite "off record" convos with strategic partner, Corbin Brown. You'll also get a behind-the-scenes look into why we built ADLANDIA and the ...…
 
Coming off Cannes, Laura and Alexa sit down with Jarrod Dicker, head of innovation and research & development at The Washington Post, who joins ADLANDIA to talk about the value of a Lion and how we democratize The Oscars of our industry. Plus, Dicker's POV on the marriage of creativity and tech, Bezos-isms, new rev models around white-labeled t ...…
 
Andrea Silenzi, Panoply family and host of dating + relationship podcast, WHY OH WHY, joins Laura and Alexa to chat about the impact of tech and opportunities for brands in the dating space. There's plenty of brainstorming on where brands can add value (Hello, Airbnb) and interesting insights on the world of dating today (if millennials are the ...…
 
Crazy eights! On this episode, L+A jam with Meredith Kopit Levien, CRO of The New York Times, on the fall of advertising and future proofing ad models for consumer experience (bye line items!). Levien dives into T-Brand's role at the top of the funnel, acquisitions and why she loves The Daily! Plus L + A talk what's getting their goat 🐐 on crea ...…
 
In a Mother's Day special, Laura and Alexa call their moms to talk about brands they love (@Pandora, Chase, Clinique - consumer research here!) and where they get their news, from global sources to local sites. Plus, L&A answer questions from their Twitter followers on subscription models, what works and where the opportunity exists. The apple ...…
 
Laura and Alexa sit down with the founders of Lenny Letter to talk their transition from behind the paywall to working with brands, stories that bond us, perspective as innovation, and why they'd build Twitter themselves (@jack are you listening?!). Plus they dig into what’s happening in sports programming and the smart partnership between Bloo ...…
 
This week Laura and Alexa answer a listener's question from the Twitterverse about the future of influencer marketing and talk about the things they would have done differently in the now infamous Pepsi ad. They also sit down with one of their favorite CEOs in media, the man behind "stay interesting", Carlos Watson of Ozy.com to talk about doin ...…
 
Special episode…#WCW (Women Crush Wednesday!). Laura and Alexa sit down with Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, NYT Bestselling author and Know Your Value movement founder to chat about how she found her value through the highs and lows of the news room, what could be next for Morning Joe (MoJoe going global?) and finding the next ...…
 
This week Laura and Alexa are joined by co-host of Political Gabfest and Atlas Obscura CEO, David Plotz to talk about experience as media, falcon tours, BYOH (bring your own Hipsters!) and secret forts in DC. They also debate why super pacs are forming amongst legacy media companies and how it affects finding and buying audiences for marketers. ...…
 
This week Laura + Alexa bring you inside an exclusive live taping over spicy margaritas at the WP Next Summit with Washington Post's Managing Editor, Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, and CRO, Jed Hartman. Plus, you hear their winners and losers from this year's SXSW and why brands should keep showing up. Welcome to ADLANDIA's warm weather edition! [Disclaim ...…
 
ADLANDIA is back with #girlboss guests Lindsay Slaby, Co-Founder, Sunday Dinner and Melanie Altarescu, a creative marketing consultant, to talk about their fearless step away from corporate agency and publisher positions to build independent consultancies based on their networking savvy, eye for talent, and desire to see brands and creators suc ...…
 
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