Author Archives: Josh McHugh

Meet The Congratulator

The Congratulator is here. We built it to provide an easy way to thoughtfully congratulate your professional connections on career milestones like new jobs, promotions and work anniversaries. Using data from the LinkedIn Platform, The Congratulator lets you know which of your connections deserve to be congratulated, and presents an assortment of gifts to send them, in a few simple […]

Attention Span Wins 2014 Communicator Award

Announcement: The Communicator Awards, which honor excellence in big ideas in marketing and communication, have awarded a 2014 Silver Communicator Award of Distinction to our “Angry Birds Invade Kennedy Space Center” campaign. We joined forces with Delaware North Companies and the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to spotlight the Angry Birds Space Encounter installation. Our […]

Supporting the arts in Atlanta high schools

In September we teamed up with Delaware North Companies to support a great cause: funding arts programs in Atlanta’s schools. The plan: have some of Atlanta’s most talented high school artists create large-scale paintings, then auction the works off to raise money to supplement art classes in the Atlanta. ASM created the auction website, while […]

Bring Back Ovation

Just over a year ago, Time Warner Cable announced that it was dropping Ovation, America’s only arts network. We worked with Ovation through 2013 on the network’s campaign to get Time Warner Cable to reinstate it. We used Facebook, Twitter, Google and other platforms to find arts advocates across the nation and drive them to […]

Hustle 4 A Cure

In 2013 we partnered with the International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF), a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for Rett syndrome, a neurological disorder that affects 1 in 10,000 babies, primarily girls. The disorder gradually inhibits a child’s ability to speak, express emotion, and even prevents basic functions like chewing and swallowing. In September […]

Attention Span mentioned in Ad Age

Ad Age graced ASM with a mention in a story about Hulu’s upcoming programming slate. Ad Age singled out out Leap Year, which ASM distributed on Hulu and supported with multiplatform audience development, as an example of the kind of high-quality original programming Hulu and its competitors are increasingly rolling out.

“Dorm Life” Wins Double W3 Gold, Silver

Pictures being worth an estimated 1,000 words, let’s forgo effusiveness for efficiency: ASM collected gold awards from the W3 panel in both the “Comedy – Extended or Series” and “Entertainment” categories, and silver awards for web design and distinction in the broadcast/tv category.

Huffington Post weighs in on Honey Bee mania – twice

The Huffington Post, which has overtaken the Drudge Report as the most-visited news website in the world, gave shout-outs to ASM’s Honey Bee Mystery not once, but twice. The second article states “there is, bizarrely, a trend of disappearing bee videos,” citing ours and the Bee–Boy dance crew drops dead video Goodby Silverstein & Partners […]