Brian Janosch – ScribbleLive http://www.scribblelive.com ScribbleLive is the leading end-to-end platform for content marketing engagement. Mon, 18 Jul 2016 17:50:29 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://s3.amazonaws.com/scribblelive-com-prod/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/favicon-91x80.png Brian Janosch – ScribbleLive http://www.scribblelive.com 32 32 Your Visual March Madness “Coffee Break” Planner http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/03/21/your-visual-march-madness-coffee-break-planner/ Thu, 21 Mar 2013 18:00:19 +0000 http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/03/21/your-visual-march-madness-coffee-break-planner/ The 2013 NCAA Tournament – otherwise known as March Madness – begins this Thursday, and the unfortunate souls tied to their desk for the remainder of the week face the challenge of watching the games while working. For all of you, we have a solution: a visual guide for lunch Read more...

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The 2013 NCAA Tournament – otherwise known as March Madness – begins this Thursday, and the unfortunate souls tied to their desk for the remainder of the week face the challenge of watching the games while working. For all of you, we have a solution: a visual guide for lunch breaks, coffee breaks, and prolonged trips to the bathroom with your iPad. These are the times most likely to contain can’t-miss action, so study them, print them out and put them on your desk. Before We Begin… Be prepared! Download the NCAA March Madness Live app on your smartphone or tablet for discrete game-watching under the conference room table. Also, scout out the nearest TV, either in your office or at the nearest bar. Should a game get interesting, you’ll want to get in front of a screen in less than two minutes.

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Super Bowl XLVII Commercials: Analyzed, Visualized http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/02/06/super-bowl-commercials/ Wed, 06 Feb 2013 19:00:06 +0000 http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/02/06/super-bowl-commercials/ The Super Bowl is all we talk about for weeks leading up to the big game. But once it’s over, the topic of conversation instantly shifts to the commercials. Super Bowl commercials try to make us laugh, move us emotionally, or move us, well, not-so emotionally. They advertise everything, from Read more...

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The Super Bowl is all we talk about for weeks leading up to the big game. But once it’s over, the topic of conversation instantly shifts to the commercials. Super Bowl commercials try to make us laugh, move us emotionally, or move us, well, not-so emotionally. They advertise everything, from soda to beer, to cars, to laundry detergent. But how often do they feature a woman wearing more than a bikini or a minority as the primary character? This Super Bowl Sunday, we took on the tremendously important task of watching every single commercial aired during the game — except for movie ads and local spots — and taking studious notes about who they feature, what they’re selling and how they try to sell it. Below are the results, visualized.

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How Old Are Our Favorite Sports? http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/01/22/how-old-are-our-favorite-sports/ Tue, 22 Jan 2013 19:00:11 +0000 http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2013/01/22/how-old-are-our-favorite-sports/ Sports are rooted in nothing more than a fun distraction from perilous times, but now those playful pastimes have evolved into an industry valued at more than $100 billion. Simple games of man vs. man, team vs. team, or man vs. little round ball have grown into massive conglomerates with Read more...

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Sports are rooted in nothing more than a fun distraction from perilous times, but now those playful pastimes have evolved into an industry valued at more than $100 billion. Simple games of man vs. man, team vs. team, or man vs. little round ball have grown into massive conglomerates with inches-thick rule books and governing boards, and Coca-Cola proudly sponsoring this week’s action. Here, we’ve selected a collection of sports that represent many of the central pillars of the sports industry today. By plotting them all along the same linear graphic, we more clearly see the collective evolution of competitive athletics from lighthearted hobbies into serious business.

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