Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Nike are among the companies pulling out the stops to promote the upcoming World Cup.
The World Cup is Coca-Cola’s biggest campaign and the company has released 32 versions of a new song to appeal to fans from all over the world.
Here & Now media analyst John Carroll tells host Jeremy Hobson that social media and mobile platforms offer new opportunities to reach bigger audiences.
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- John Carroll, Here & Now media analyst and professor of mass communications at Boston University. His blog is “Campaign Outsider” and he tweets @johncarroll_bu.