Lydia Hearst Breastfeeds Twins in New Ad

Lydia Hearst is turning heads with a new ad campaign. The model appears in a new ad for fitness company Equinox. Behind the slogan “Commit to Something”, Hearst can be seen breastfeeding two babies. Check it out: #CommitToSomething… @Equinox https://t.co/Q4V49AUveV…

Penelope Cruz Shows Some Cleavage in New ‘Zoolander 2’ Trailer

Penelope Cruz, working with INTERPOL’s “Global Fashion Division”, is prominently featured in the new trailer for Zoolander 2. Cruz’s character explains that she used to be a swimsuit model, but could never transition to the world of high fashion modeling…

Anna Kendrick Disappears in New Star Wars Battlefront Trailer

It’s almost Star Wars Battlefront release time, and Anna Kendrick is really into the game. Like, really into it. “If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine,” she says in the new live-action…

Snapchat Rivals Facebook When It Comes to Video Views

Last week, when Facebook announced that it sees over eight billion video views per day, you likely said well, that’s a hell of a lot of video views. And you’d be right, it is. But here’s a number that’s even…

Facebook Improves Its Local Ad Targeting

A little over a year ago, Facebook launched its Local Awareness Ads, a hyperlocal ad option that lets businesses target people who live in their area or who were just recently in the area. Today, Facebook says it’s “making it…

PayPal Ad Ruined Christmas, Say Pissed Off Parents

The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority could launch an investigation into a PayPal ad that many parents say spoils the Santa secret. The ad, which first aired on Sunday during The X Factor, features two kids worrying about not getting any…

Time Warner Cable’s New Ad Strategy: Poke Fun at Crappy Customer Service

A few years ago, Domino’s Pizza started talking about how much Domino’s Pizza sucked. That sort of ad campaign – the we know we suck but now it’s going to be better campaign – isn’t new, but now it’s being…

YouTube Could Launch $10 Ad-Free Version in Late October

We’ve known YouTube is working on a subscription service that will allow users to pay a monthly fee to ditch all the ads, but the company has never explicitly laid out a date for said service. Now, thanks to a…

Twitter’s Autoplay Video App Ads Open to All Advertisers

Twitter has rolled out the video App Card to all advertisers running mobile app promotion campaigns. That means if you’re advertising a mobile app, you can now do so with video ads – which will autoplay in users’ timelines. According…

Pandora Lets You Turn Off Ads for One Day, for $1

As expected, Pandora has unveiled a new way to generate revenue from people who just need a little break from the ads. For users who need an ad-free experience – maybe for a long road trip or a big party…