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Is Technology Advertising Ready for ‘Who Are You Wearing?’

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We have heard it coming for years: Wearable technology is going to be a hot trend. The fact that it’s now here is no surprise, but what may be are the gaggle of advertisers ready to pounce, according to Businessweek

From watches that engage with your phone to glasses that help you get your NSA on, wearable technology has been discussed for years. The masterminds behind these new toys have been working to perfect it. Now that they’ve developed a few decent products worth shilling, advertising is ready to focus on what this story calls “the new frontier.”

To boldly go, indeed.

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Op-Ed: To Drone or Not to Drone, That is the Question

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The increasing use of drones by media companies is one of the topics we’ll be discussing at the TVNewser Show April 29. This post’s author, attorney C. Andrew Keisner, will be among the guests discussing the issue.

From advertising of real estate and car dealerships to filming Hollywood blockbusters to media coverage of sporting events, examples of advertising & media companies using light-weight UAVs, or Drones, is all around. However, when it comes to using such light-weight UAVs in the United States, the legal risks are frequently misunderstood. And although a recent judge’s decision rejecting a $10,000 fine imposed by the FAA is a welcome outcome for UAV operators and the advertising & media companies that engage them, there are still several risks that advertising & media companies should address before engaging a UAV operator to capture aerial footage.

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