Daily Archive: Thursday, July 6, 2017

Katy Perry Launches Contest to Find an Aspiring Dancer For Upcoming ‘Swish Swish’ Music Video

By Zach SeemayerEntertainment Tonight

Katy Perry has put the call out for aspiring dancers who want to appear in her “Swish Swish” music video, and she’s holding a dance contest to find the right performer. Perry, in partnership with DanceOn, launched the #SwishSwishChallenge, and is asking hopefuls to show off their moves in a video and post it online.

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Katy Perry Launches Dance Competition for ‘Swish Swish’ Music Video

By  @ Rolling Stone.

Katy Perry launched a new competition to find a dancer to star in the forthcoming video for her Nicki Minaj-featuring single “Swish Swish,” off her new album Witness. Perry is hosting the competition alongside the dance entertainment platform, DanceOn.Katy Perry Defends Her Livestream Therapy Session ‘Witness’ singer hopes others can see themselves in her emotional confessionals.Those that think they can dance in the “Swish Swish” clip can upload a video of their best choreography to YouTube, Instagram or Musica.ly with the hashtag #SwishSwishChallenge. All submissions should also tag Perry (@katyperry) and DanceOn (@danceon).

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Camber Outdoors Announces Pitchfest 2017 Judges

By Snowboarding.com

Pitchfest provides a dedicated forum to highlight women business owners in the active outdoor industries,” said Deanne Buck, executive director of Camber Outdoors. “Our Pitchfest 2017 judges were selected based on their business acumen, product development expertise, and industry influence, as well as their commitment to innovation within the industry.”

Katy Perry Announces Dance Contest for ‘Swish Swish’ Music Video

By Billboard

Perry has teamed with DanceOn to launch the #SwishSwishChallenge, asking dancers to post a video showing their best choreography to the Nicki Minaj-featuring Witness single via YouTube, Instagram or Musical.ly with the tags #SwishSwishChallenge and @DanceOn @KatyPerry.

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7 Virtual Reality Startups Targeting Social Media VR

By Nanalyze

The whole thing is free, so you can imagine that they’ll be getting in bed with companies like Vertebrae in order to make money from selling ads in these virtual spaces. The founder was previously a program manager at Microsoft working on the HoloLens and he claims that social VR is “magical” and not at all like other multiplayer games. Virtual reality users seem to agree with him. According to a great article by Geekwire on this startup, the app has a 98% rating on Steam with 1 in 3 HTC Vive users having played it with over 100,000 people playing the game in 2016 alone. Looks like a pretty cool place to work eh?

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The Sheet Podcast — NJPW In USA, Primo Slated For Surgery And T-Pain Talks About WWE’s Rap Battle

By Ryan Satin @ Pro Wrestling Sheet

The entire 2-hour replay of Wrestling Sheet Radio can be heard on Dash Radio or by downloading full, unedited MP3s on our Patreon by donating $5 a month. This week’s extra chat is about Alberto El Patron being GFW‘s #1 babyface and Justin Credible‘s recent legal trouble.

Arkansas Travelers’ organist among last in the minor-league

By Brooks KubenaThe Baxter Bulletin

At some point in Winston-Salem’s 112-year history, Dash radio broadcaster Brian Boesch said, there must have been a live organist. But the memory has been lost during Winston-Salem’s recent seven-year of attendance success in the Class A Carolina League, when the Dash have placed first or second in crowd averages.

Watch the Newest Ads on TV From T-Mobile, Ram Trucks, Ace Hardware and More

By Adversiting Age

Among the new releases, a (lousy) babysitter reveals all kinds of hidden fees to a blindsided couple in a T-Mobile ad. An announcer in a Ram Trucks commercial says “Long live the fearless” as paragliders (being towed by Ram Trucks, of course) slice through desert air. And a PSA from an organization called Stop the Texts, Stop the Wrecks points out that the average text takes your eyes off the road for five seconds — which is, tragically, just long enough for a Bigfoot hunter to miss the beast.

Cannes’ Festival of Creativity is the Cradle of MarTech Innovation

By Sudipto Gosh MarTech Series

After the Oracle Marketing Cloud’s Modern Marketing Experience 2017, we described the growing prominence of personalization of content. From Cannes, Daniel Meehan, CEO, PadSquad, also had similar thoughts to share.

Kia’s Fourth of July Sale Spot Most Engaging Auto Ad

By WardsAuto

Kia tailors its made-in-America message to Independence Day and tops the latest weekly Most Engaging Auto Ads rankings, powered for WardsAuto by iSpot.tv.

Katy Perry Announces Dance Contest for “Swish Swish” Music Video

By Colin Stutz @ The Hollywood Reporter

Perry has teamed with DanceOn to launch the #SwishSwishChallenge, asking dancers to post a video showing their best choreography to the Nicki Minaj-featuring Witness single via YouTube, Instagram or Musical.ly with the tags #SwishSwishChallenge and @DanceOn @KatyPerry.

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Katy Perry Invites Fans to Audition for ‘Swish Swish’ Video

By Radio.com

Wanna be in Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish” video? The pop superstar has teamed up with DanceOn to find someone for the clip. Interested dancers should post a video of their best choreographed moves to the Witness single “Swish Swish” on YouTube, Instagram or Musical.ly, using the tags #SwishSwishChallenge and @DanceOn @KatyPerry.

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Trivago Is Spending Three Times More Than TripAdvisor on U.S. TV Ads

By Dennis SchaalSkift

Fresh off returning to U.S. national TV advertising after a two-year sabbatical, TripAdvisor has been outspent by hotel-search rival Trivago over the last two weeks by a margin of nearly three to one.

That’s according to an estimate by TV advertising analytics firm iSpot.tv, which pegs Trivago’s spend at some $18 million in the U.S. from June 21 to July 4 compared with the second-largest spender, TripAdvisor, at nearly $6.8 million.