Anthony Crupi, Advertising Age

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Advertising Age

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Anthony:

Cheez-It signs on as College Football Playoff sponsor

Say Cheez-It: Before you knock off for the weekend, here's the latest edition of Ad Age TV Brief. → Read More

Jay-Z’s NFL deal leaves Colin Kaepernick in the dust: Sports Media Brief

Jay-Z faces blowback for his NFL deal, plus Portnoy's Complaint, Aaron Rodgers' beery solution and an NFLPA 'Work Stoppage Guide.' → Read More

A thrifty marketer’s guide to some of TV’s most overlooked audiences

If you're not shilling bubblegum or alcoholic seltzer, here are some of TV's best low-key values. → Read More

Four things to look out for as ViacomCBS comes to life

Shari Redstone's battle to future-proof her media empire has only just begun. Here are the takeaways from the long-awaited Viacom-CBS merger. → Read More

NBA dials back late starting times to help boost East Coast ratings

No, he's not endorsing Ambien, but King James this season may help NBA fans sleep better. → Read More

Why a Tucker Carlson ‘hoax’-related advertiser boycott won’t work

In the latest TV Brief, Tucker Carlson slips away, ESPN bets on a kid-friendly simulcast and David Spade just wants to make advertisers laugh. → Read More

NFL package gives CBS the edge in its AT&T standoff

DirecTV subscribers rejoice; MLB strikes gold with a ‘Field of Dreams’ scheme. → Read More

Viacom notches first quarterly ad sales gain in 5 years

Viacom posts its first quarterly ad sales gains since 2014. → Read More

No, Gen Z is not killing Star Wars

Kids don’t care about Star Wars and that’s killing Disney? These aren’t the hot takes you’re looking for. → Read More

AMC ad sales chief Scott Collins steps down

After wrapping its upfront negotiations, another top sales exec parts ways with a TV powerhouse. → Read More

WME lands NFL superstar Tom Brady

Stars of this week's TV Brief include the six-time Super Bowl champ plus Donna Martin/Tori Spelling and Shari Redstone. → Read More

If WarnerMedia wins PGA Tour rights, truTV could get the shaft

Introducing Ad Age Sports Media & Marketing Brief, a weekly roundup of news from every zone of the sports media spray chart. → Read More

Dish Network may cut ties with regional sports networks

Will Dish Network come to terms with the Fox RSNs? Charlie Ergen says, “It doesn’t look good.” → Read More

AT&T lost nearly 1 million video subscribers last quarter

And more from Ad Age’s TV Brief. → Read More

In new SEC filing, NBCU reports $7 billion in upfront sales

In a radical step toward accountability, NBCU issues a Sarbanes-Oxley-grade upfront reckoning. → Read More

No ratings bump for Norah O’Donnell’s first week as ‘CBS Evening News’ anchor

CBS's nightly newscast fails to gain ground in Norah O'Donnell's first week as anchor. → Read More

NBC eyes a record ad sales haul for the 2020 Olympics

Tokyo Games are expected to top Rio's $1.2 billion tally -- with a year still to go before the 2020 Summer Olympics get underway. → Read More

Why the NFL and NCIS give CBS the edge in its DirecTV carriage fight

Unless it's OK with hemorrhaging even more subs, DirecTV has until Sept. 8 to come to terms with CBS. → Read More

Tiger Woods’ failed Open bid is bad news for NBC

In missing the cut at the Open, Tiger Woods may cost NBC a small fortune. → Read More

The CrazySexyDumb cast of ‘Love Island’ draws youngish blood to CBS

The trades have declared CBS's 'Love Island' a disaster area. Here's why they're wrong. → Read More