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Weekly Dispatch | January 25, 2016

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WEEKLY DISPATCH, January 25, 2016: This is a weekly digest of the top news at the intersection of the music industry, brand marketing, technology, and commerce compiled by Carlos Diaz & Music Audience Exchange.

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Coca-Cola Pairs with Artists to Feature New Jingle
AdAge

Emotion Tracking Can Help Brands Create Content That Resonates
Marketing Week


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Peeps Eyes Millennial Moms in Social Media Invasion
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Can Coca-Cola’s ‘One Brand’ Marketing Strategy Help Sales Pop?
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Apple Buys AI Facial Expression Startup Emotient
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The Year’s Best-Loved Brands
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Pinterest To Get Into Video Advertising
DIGIDAY

The Top 50 U.S. Digital Media Properties for December 2015
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Why B2C Brands Should Pay Attention to LinkedIn Advertising
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McDonald’s: A Great American McComeback?
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Nielsen Adds Social Media Content to TV Ratings
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What Is Co-Marketing? A Guide to Co-Branding Marketing Campaigns
Hubspot

iHeartMedia & Universal Music Group to Use Virtual Reality at Live Events
iHeartMedia

New Era of Music Debuts at Starbucks with Spotify
Starbucks

Coors Light Offering Neighborhood-Specific Mobile Music to New Yorkers
Adweek

We’re Ruled by our Emotions and so are the Ads We Watch
Nielsen

Top Alcoholic Beverages of 2015
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Is There a Music Tech Bubble?
Billboard

2016: Smarter In-Store Technology Strategies Coming
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Limelight Platform Snags $3M in Seed Funding for U.S. Launch
Marketing DIVE

Optimism about Local Music as a Business Model
Los Angeles Times

What Makes YouTube’s New Music App So Special?
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Carlos Diaz

Carlos Diaz

Carlos is Chief Revenue Officer at Music Audience Exchange. Previously, Carlos built and operated large sales organizations for marketing and technology companies including ReachLocal, Neustar and Hibu.
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