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As the influencer industry continues to grow, so does the demand for talent managers and agents to help creators turn follower counts into lasting businesses. Over the past few years, Business Insider has tracked the influencer industry's explosive growth into a multi-billion-dollar category that's made digital creators a core part of the entertainment world. In the process, we've watched as hundreds of talent managers and agents — from both upstart companies and legacy Hollywood talent firms alike – have raced to sign the next generation of stars. And as the industry grows, so does the demand for managers and agents to help them build on their success. Business Insider drew on our reporting and conversations with industry professionals to create a central database of the top power players in the business and who they represent.
Persons: , Insider's, we've, Emma Chamberlain, David Dobrik, Greg Goodfried, Charli D'Amelio, Goodfried, There's Organizations: Business, YouTube, UTA, D'Amelio Family Enterprises, Los Angeles Times Locations: Hollywood, WME
And now they’ve done it again, with a new album recorded entirely during a global pandemic. BTS’ first Korean studio album (following three single albums or EPs in 2013 and 2014), “Dark & Wild,” dropped in 2014, and showcased a heavier rap sound on songs like “힙합성애지 (Hip Hop Phile)” that has carried through the rest of their later work; their first Japanese studio album dropped later that same year. That garnered them a performance slot at the American Music Awards and on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” in 2017. BTS’s popularity despite the America music industry’s xenophobic gatekeeping speaks only to the corporate gatekeepers’ inability to welcome the world in. Music is a universal concept and its representation as such, especially within the United States, has been a long time coming.
Persons: Lil Nas X, SUGA, Jin, , , Dick Clark’s, Rockin, Halsey, Charli, Organizations: , Hope, YouTube, Billboard, BTS, America, “ BE Locations: Korean, United States, , U.S, Washington,
"There was almost [nobody] doing something similar in our beat, and so it was a wide open opportunity to just create a style," said Alex Goldmark, Planet Money's senior supervising producer. Planet Money is one of a few "traditional" media brands that has successfully ported its content over to TikTok. Planet Money's first TikTok post, an explainer on how stock market circuit breakers work, was originally slated for YouTube as part of the video team's "Planet Money Shorts" series. Unlike some TikTok creators who spin out videos in mere minutes, Planet Money's video team doesn't rush its TikTok posts. "It's a team effort, with Jack full time and then four people on the video team sort of offering help."
Persons: Jack Corbett, Alex Goldmark, Corbett, Goldmark, " Goldmark, Jack, Dave Jorgenson, It's, TikTok, Charli D'Amelio, Josh Richards, Addison Rae Easterling Organizations: Money's, NPR, Planet, YouTube, TikTok's Creative Learning Fund, Goodhart's, Money, Washington Post Locations: Washington
As the influencer industry continues to grow, so does the demand for talent managers and agents to help creators turn follower counts into lasting businesses. Over the past few years, Business Insider has tracked the influencer industry's explosive growth into a multi-billion-dollar category that's made digital creators a core part of the entertainment world. In the process, we've watched as hundreds of talent managers and agents — from both upstart companies and legacy Hollywood talent firms alike – have raced to sign the next generation of stars. Each year, new creators are breaking into the industry across platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. And as the industry grows, so does the demand for managers and agents to help them build on their success.
Persons: , Insider's, we've, Emma Chamberlain, David Dobrik, Greg Goodfried, Charli D'Amelio, Goodfried, There's Organizations: Business, YouTube, UTA, D'Amelio Family Enterprises, Los Angeles Times Locations: Hollywood, WME
Opinion | At-Home Covid Tests and Other Powers of a Tech Billionaire
  + stars: | 2020-11-16 | by ( ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +50 min
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Shares of Dunkin' surged 15% Monday after the company confirmed sale talks with Inspire Brands, the privately held owner of Arby's and Jimmy John's. The price represents a 20% premium over Dunkin's closing price on Friday. The coronavirus pandemic and its disruption of coffee drinkers' usual routines has hurt Dunkin's sales, sending same-store sales in the U.S. down 18.7% in the second quarter. Rival Starbucks reported steeper U.S. same-store sales declines of 40% in its latest quarter. Potential buyers include Restaurant Brands International, Yum Brands and Darden Restaurants.
Persons: Dunkin, Jimmy John's, Charli D'Amelio, Cowen, Andrew Charles, Charles, Jefferies, Andy Barish, Christopher Carril, Jefferies analyst Andy Barish Organizations: Inspire Brands, New York Times, turnarounds, RBC Capital Markets, Restaurant Brands, Yum Brands, Darden, The New York Times, Rival Starbucks, Yum Brands and Darden Restaurants Locations: coronavirus, New York City, U.S
While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted daily commutes and morning runs for coffee, Dunkin' Brands Group says a new theme has emerged — customers are treating themselves. Consumers are selecting beverages that are harder to make at home, with both cold and specialty drinks taking off over the summer. Dunkin', along with other major fast food chains including McDonald's and Chipotle, has been leaning into Gen Z marketing. Dunkin' saw a 57% increase in app downloads on the day the campaign launched versus its previous 90-day average. The partnership came about organically after the company learned the star was frequently posting about her Dunkin' consumption, Nelson said.
Persons: Dunkin, Jill Nelson, Charli D'Amelio, D'Amelio, Nelson, Jill Nelson Organizations: Brands Locations: Norwell , Massachusetts
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