Farewell Q&A with NY Times Ad Columnist Stuart Elliott (Part 1): What I Saw at the Revolution
Farewell Q&A with NY Times Ad Columnist Stuart Elliott (Pt 3): Change Is (On) The Air

Farewell Q&A with NY Times Ad Columnist Stuart Elliott (Part 2): What I Saw at the Revolution

Content marketing may get a lot of buzz these days - but it's as old as advertising itself. 

In part two of my conversation with longtime New York Times advertising columnist Stuart Elliott, we continue to talk about how social media has paradoxically fueled growth in television viewership - especially for events like the Super Bowl.

But as part of this wide-ranging farewell Q&A with Elliott - who retired in December after nearly 25 years of covering advertising for the Times - we get into sponsorship advertising, as well as so-called content and video marketing.

Surprise: None of this is future-forward at all. Indeed, it's a return to the golden age of advertising. But while it sideswipes the problem of ad-skipping technologies and an ever-expanding universe of digital distractions, it comes with some considerable challenges of its own.

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