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Ready for your monthly serving of Culture Soup? This month’s edition of “Culture Soup” from R&CPMK’s Multicultural Team includes: Patreon’s Newest Creative Program The First Nigerian Artist to Ever Debut at No. 1 Female Financial Independence The Gender Pay Gap And much more! ABOUT CULTURE SOUP: R&CPMK’s Culture Soup is a monthly serving of unique trends and insights from across the worlds of media, fashion, entertainment, music, and more, all from a diverse perspective. Curated by R&CPMK Executive Vice President and Multicultural Practice Lead, STEPHEN MACIAS, along with Multicultural Group Director MARISSA WALLACE, “Culture Soup” offers brand leaders a comprehensive combination of data, analysis, and a dash of fun to keep you and your team in the know. For more insights and analysis on all things entertainment, culture, and more, follow R&CPMK on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
FEATURED IN ADWEEK, STEPHEN MACIAS, PRESIDENT OF MULTICULTURAL MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS AT R&CPMK, SHARES HIS INSIGHT ON HOW BRANDS CAN RISE ABOVE CULTURAL WARS AND BE REWARED FOR SHARING CONSUMER VALUES. “Mean tweets. Toxic comments. Public relations trainwrecks. Unhappy customers. Lost revenue. Divided communities. These are just some of the things that come to mind regarding the raging culture wars. Culture wars are bad for business, and companies know it. But more importantly, culture wars are bad for our communities and serve as an unnecessary burden in an already burdensome 2022. With politics, culture and commerce so intractably linked,
Featured in the latest Adweek article, Meilani Weiss, EVP of Brand Integration at R&CPMK shares her insight on how brands can best reach their audiences on streaming platforms and the complex landscape of brand integration. “Netflix boasts approximately 214 million worldwide users. Most of them are under 45. They have higher household income than an average consumer. And you can’t reach any of them with an ad buy. Last year, streaming eclipsed broadcast and cable TV in total viewership. This is according to Nielsen’s Gauge report, which found that 26% of all TV viewing is now streaming. The trend