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Dispatch from SXSW: TV Gets Personal

When it comes to viewing television content, the entertainment industry has seen the scale tip enormously from live, real-time viewing to time-shifted viewing. It was therefore no surprise that the evolving TV/entertainment landscape and the challenges that it has created for marketers was a hot topic at SXSW Interactive this year. While the industry has […]

Dispatch from SXSW: The Need for Impactful Entertainment Experiences

We are living in a world where entertainment is omnipresent. Cable networks, streaming services, gaming devices and even social platforms are constantly vying for people’s attention. This continual bombardment of content makes it difficult for entertainment brands to break through and capture the attention of current and potential viewers. The scene at this year’s SXSW […]

On International Women’s Day 360i Took Action for Those Who Couldn’t

Anna is from Texas and her boss threatened to fire her if she opted to participate in International Women’s Day strikes. Kate lives in California and couldn’t afford to cover childcare if she took the day off work. Meanwhile in Maine, Judy lives on a strict budget in an economically depressed area. She supports her […]

360i Launches #EqualVoices to Amplify Voices of Those Who Can’t March or Strike

Today, 360i is proud to launch #EqualVoices, an initiative conceived by a pair of female creatives that aims to show solidarity with those who can’t afford to or are unable to participate in the ‘A Day Without a Woman’ activities on March 8 for International Women’s Day.     When ‘A Day Without a Woman’ […]

360i Presents #EqualVoices and the Stories of the Women Who Can’t March or Strike

This week the employees of 360i are lending their position of privilege and #EqualVoices to those women who are unable to participate in ‘A Day Without a Woman’. Whether they can’t afford to take the day off work, would risk their job in participating, can’t find care for their children, or simply work for a company […]