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  • Disney's Maker Studios Hires AOL Exec Charles Gabriel as Chief Advertising Officer

    Maker Studios, the multichannel network company owned by Disney, has tapped Charles Gabriel -- previously SVP of video sales at AOL -- as chief advertising officer and EVP of global sales. Gabriel reports to Jason Krebs, head of sales at Maker Studios....
  • 'Girl Meets World' clothing for tweens launches at Kohl's

    Now that the much-anticipated "Girl Meets World" has arrived on the Disney Channel, there must be hordes of tween viewers who want to dress like Riley Matthews, the 12-year-old girl of the title. As of Wednesday, their prayers have been answered --...
  • Facebook Launches iPhone App Exclusively for Famous People

    Facebook, vying in a social-media popularity contest among celebrities with Twitter, has released an iPhone app with a velvet rope wrapped around it. The new Facebook Mentions app is currently only available on Apple iPhones for celebs, athletes,...
  • Gay Males Choose Ellen DeGeneres as Their Favorite Celebrity Endorser

    Gay males have crowned talkshow personality Ellen DeGeneres their most admired celebrity, and have singled out her recent pitch work with Maybelline as the advertising campaign they liked most in the past year. DeGeneres closely aligns with the celebrity...
  • World Cup Fever Boosts 'FIFA' Game Sales in June

    Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs" may have been the top selling video game in June, but Electronic Arts may have seen the biggest sales bump thanks to the World Cup. The company's "FIFA" soccer franchise ranked in the top 10 for the first time this year because...
  • Three U.S. states sue 5-Hour Energy drink over advertising

    Oregon, Washington and Vermont sued the makers of 5-Hour Energy on Thursday for allegedly deceptive and misleading advertising, and said similar suits will follow in other states in the coming weeks. The Oregon lawsuit was filed in Multnomah County...
  • Random acts of Kimpton kindness? Kimpton revamps loyalty program

    Random acts of Kimpton kindness? Kimpton  revamps loyalty program
    If you want to score points at Kimpton Hotels, keep your smartphone handy. Guests who sign up for the boutique hotel brand's revamped loyalty program called Kimpton Karma Rewards can score points for putting up posts on Twitter or Facebook about their...
  • 8 Miami Swim Week fashion events open to the public

    8 Miami Swim Week fashion events open to the public
    No personal invitation = no getting past the velvet ropes. That’s the way it is with much of Miami Swim Week, a marathon of fashion shows centered on swimsuits rolling into Miami Beach again this week, with thousands of manufacturers, buyers,...
  • Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?

    Dodger TV blackout continues! Will 'Sex Tape' score?
    After the coffee. Before the week that never ends finally ends. The Skinny: This has been one long week! But I'll also say on a personal front it has been one of my most productive. If I had enough money socked away, this would be a good way to go out!...
  • Blake Lively defends Paltrow, talks Martha Stewart, Ryan Reynolds

    Blake Lively defends Paltrow, talks Martha Stewart, Ryan Reynolds
    Blake Lively is launching a new lifestyle site, but it's not to be confused with Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop. The "Gossip Girl" alum officially announced the project -- Preserve, which was two years in the making -- in the August issue of Vogue, which she...
  • Hollywood police to use cameras to fight crime

    Hollywood police to use cameras to fight crime
    Hiding from the cops is about to get harder for car thieves, kidnappers and other criminals cruising through Hollywood. The city plans to spend $1.5 million on a closed-circuit surveillance system that will help police fight crime in key hot spots...