Real-life meetups are back on the agenda, post-pandemic. With fandom itself and traditional objects of fandom entering the mainstream, Bravo’s Comic Con-style event gets its audience emotionally invested by catering to their interests. What can brands learn from this curated, fan-led experience?
As the career path between TikTok and viral fame becomes blurred, young people on the brink of stardom are looking for their chance in the spotlight. Brat TV, a small Hollywood studio, produces content and series featuring Gen Zers who are using their social status to propel their careers.
Movies and shows based on real-life subject matter have become widely popular and taken over the streaming landscape. Why is the appetite for this kind of content so voracious? And how are Americans using it to reconcile the events of the past with the politics of the present?
Innovations in AR and VR are giving storytellers, game developers, and brands new and more engaging ways of connecting with audiences. But what will get people excited about using these technologies? And how might these tools redefine play, fitness, and socialising in the digital realm?
Big Zuu is breaking the mould of British TV cookery through his show Big Zuu’s Big Eats. His fusion of no-frills cooking and in-depth conversation appeals to a new and formerly unrepresented demographic. Not only is he bringing new cuisines to the table – he’s also pulling up more chairs.