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KLIK & LEES: Cartoon Network is reviving the animated Powerpuff Girls franchise for a new series slated for a 2016 debut including a licensing program in all regions; the franchise has earned more than .5 billion in retail sales since its debut (THR) Stars of the , ahead of the opening of the new attraction on July 8 (Reuters) Leave it to Lego to use the word ‘fusion’ correctly; the construction-toy company’s new Lego Fusion analog-to-digital game sets are a true blend of real-world Lego building and tablet-app play (Mashable) With restrictions on TV marketing of products aimed at kids that are both voluntary and forced by social pressures, more importance is being placed on how cereals are marketed in the store, but General Mills calls kid marketing research from Cornell University ‘absurd’ (Retail Wire) Having Ronald Mc Donald go sledding in a shopping mall in Malaysia is about as random as it can get, but it’s a move that’s part of larger global effort to have Ronald appeal to a broader audience than kids, including adults and families (Ad Age) Uncomfortable family photos go viral, mustaches the size of your face are trendy, being an introvert gives you more to talk about than being an extrovert; awkward is the new standard of social prowess and replaced what used to be a mentality of calm, cool and collected (Elite Daily) At some point in the last few years, the hipster changed: “The hipster died the minute we called him a hipster, the word no longer had the same meaning” (The Guardian) Facebook’s latest standalone app, , has officially launched; the app, the company’s latest (and likely last) effort to create a true Snapchat competitor, allows users to send disappearing photo and video messages, but Facebook isn’t framing Slingshot as a messaging app (Mashable) A new app called , which is available in the Apple and Google Play stores, allows users to connect and communicate using the word ‘yo’, and that’s it (USA Today) While Google says it doesn’t allow advertisements on its student products, privacy experts are questioning whether the online activity of teenagers is being analysed for future use (ABC) Nivea Sun won the Mobile Grand Prix at Cannes Lions; a strip could be torn out the magazine ad and then be put onto kids’ wrists — a special app, Nivea Protégé, was linked to the bracelet and let you set a distance that your child could wander before an alarm was triggered (Ad Age) Willagirl pulled its skin care line off the shelves at more than 300 stores nationwide; its current strategy is to recruit its teen and tween customers to sell directly to their friends, and friends of friends (The Wall Street Journal) Creopop’s unusual photo-polymer 3D drawing pen uses neither heat nor plastics to create 3D objects that can stand on their own; instead, the pen employs a chemical reaction to harden its ‘ink’, which is actually a gel-like polymer (Mashable) Millennials shy away from voice mail; having grown up in a texting-friendly culture, with unmediated cellphone access to their friends, they have had little formative experience leaving spoken or relayed messages over the phone (The New York Times) During Amazon‘s unveiling of , CEO Jeff Bezos wowed his Seattle audience of app developers, customers and media with the slew of features on his company’s new smartphone — the phone is, above all, an enhanced shopping tool, not a realistic shot at the smartphone market (Ad Age) Music is powerful because it is content, and it stimulates social interaction and drives loyalty; disruptive streaming technologies and the onset of multi-screen user behavior have forced drastic shifts in the use of music as a marketing tool (Mashable) Today, we are moving more and more towards a hippy way of consuming music; we, Gen Y members, generally do not pay for CDs on the shelf because we want our entire music library available on our phone — we want it all and we want it now (Cool Brands) Walt Disney expects global retail sales from its 10-month-old Infinity video game to reach

KLIK & LEES: Cartoon Network is reviving the animated Powerpuff Girls franchise for a new series slated for a 2016 debut including a licensing program in all regions; the franchise has earned more than $2.5 billion in retail sales since its debut (THR) Stars of the , ahead of the opening of the new attraction on July 8 (Reuters) Leave it to Lego to use the word ‘fusion’ correctly; the construction-toy company’s new Lego Fusion analog-to-digital game sets are a true blend of real-world Lego building and tablet-app play (Mashable) With restrictions on TV marketing of products aimed at kids that are both voluntary and forced by social pressures, more importance is being placed on how cereals are marketed in the store, but General Mills calls kid marketing research from Cornell University ‘absurd’ (Retail Wire) Having Ronald Mc Donald go sledding in a shopping mall in Malaysia is about as random as it can get, but it’s a move that’s part of larger global effort to have Ronald appeal to a broader audience than kids, including adults and families (Ad Age) Uncomfortable family photos go viral, mustaches the size of your face are trendy, being an introvert gives you more to talk about than being an extrovert; awkward is the new standard of social prowess and replaced what used to be a mentality of calm, cool and collected (Elite Daily) At some point in the last few years, the hipster changed: “The hipster died the minute we called him a hipster, the word no longer had the same meaning” (The Guardian) Facebook’s latest standalone app, , has officially launched; the app, the company’s latest (and likely last) effort to create a true Snapchat competitor, allows users to send disappearing photo and video messages, but Facebook isn’t framing Slingshot as a messaging app (Mashable) A new app called , which is available in the Apple and Google Play stores, allows users to connect and communicate using the word ‘yo’, and that’s it (USA Today) While Google says it doesn’t allow advertisements on its student products, privacy experts are questioning whether the online activity of teenagers is being analysed for future use (ABC) Nivea Sun won the Mobile Grand Prix at Cannes Lions; a strip could be torn out the magazine ad and then be put onto kids’ wrists — a special app, Nivea Protégé, was linked to the bracelet and let you set a distance that your child could wander before an alarm was triggered (Ad Age) Willagirl pulled its skin care line off the shelves at more than 300 stores nationwide; its current strategy is to recruit its teen and tween customers to sell directly to their friends, and friends of friends (The Wall Street Journal) Creopop’s unusual photo-polymer 3D drawing pen uses neither heat nor plastics to create 3D objects that can stand on their own; instead, the pen employs a chemical reaction to harden its ‘ink’, which is actually a gel-like polymer (Mashable) Millennials shy away from voice mail; having grown up in a texting-friendly culture, with unmediated cellphone access to their friends, they have had little formative experience leaving spoken or relayed messages over the phone (The New York Times) During Amazon‘s unveiling of , CEO Jeff Bezos wowed his Seattle audience of app developers, customers and media with the slew of features on his company’s new smartphone — the phone is, above all, an enhanced shopping tool, not a realistic shot at the smartphone market (Ad Age) Music is powerful because it is content, and it stimulates social interaction and drives loyalty; disruptive streaming technologies and the onset of multi-screen user behavior have forced drastic shifts in the use of music as a marketing tool (Mashable) Today, we are moving more and more towards a hippy way of consuming music; we, Gen Y members, generally do not pay for CDs on the shelf because we want our entire music library available on our phone — we want it all and we want it now (Cool Brands) Walt Disney expects global retail sales from its 10-month-old Infinity video game to reach $1 billion even as rivals also combine physical toys with video games (Reuters) The Dr.Seuss at Sea cruise embraces children literature for a fun vacation this summer; it brings the American writer’s books and poems to life, showing children that a world of cats in hats, green eggs and greener Grinches can exist beyond the printed page (Trend Hunter) Registries aren’t just for weddings or baby showers anymore: Target is launching an online college registry service just in time for the deluge of graduation parties this summer (Racked) Hello Flo is back with a second spot for the period subscription service and its starter kit; while last year’s tween was entrepreneurial, this one gets crafty when Flo just doesn’t seem to want to show — our heroine takes her period into her own hands with a (not -so) white lie (Creativity) [youtube

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KLIK & LEES: Cartoon Network is reviving the animated Powerpuff Girls franchise for a new series slated for a 2016 debut including a licensing program in all regions; the franchise has earned more than $2.5 billion in retail sales since its debut (THR) Stars of the , ahead of the opening of the new attraction on July 8 (Reuters) Leave it to Lego to use the word ‘fusion’ correctly; the construction-toy company’s new Lego Fusion analog-to-digital game sets are a true blend of real-world Lego building and tablet-app play (Mashable) With restrictions on TV marketing of products aimed at kids that are both voluntary and forced by social pressures, more importance is being placed on how cereals are marketed in the store, but General Mills calls kid marketing research from Cornell University ‘absurd’ (Retail Wire) Having Ronald Mc Donald go sledding in a shopping mall in Malaysia is about as random as it can get, but it’s a move that’s part of larger global effort to have Ronald appeal to a broader audience than kids, including adults and families (Ad Age) Uncomfortable family photos go viral, mustaches the size of your face are trendy, being an introvert gives you more to talk about than being an extrovert; awkward is the new standard of social prowess and replaced what used to be a mentality of calm, cool and collected (Elite Daily) At some point in the last few years, the hipster changed: “The hipster died the minute we called him a hipster, the word no longer had the same meaning” (The Guardian) Facebook’s latest standalone app, , has officially launched; the app, the company’s latest (and likely last) effort to create a true Snapchat competitor, allows users to send disappearing photo and video messages, but Facebook isn’t framing Slingshot as a messaging app (Mashable) A new app called , which is available in the Apple and Google Play stores, allows users to connect and communicate using the word ‘yo’, and that’s it (USA Today) While Google says it doesn’t allow advertisements on its student products, privacy experts are questioning whether the online activity of teenagers is being analysed for future use (ABC) Nivea Sun won the Mobile Grand Prix at Cannes Lions; a strip could be torn out the magazine ad and then be put onto kids’ wrists — a special app, Nivea Protégé, was linked to the bracelet and let you set a distance that your child could wander before an alarm was triggered (Ad Age) Willagirl pulled its skin care line off the shelves at more than 300 stores nationwide; its current strategy is to recruit its teen and tween customers to sell directly to their friends, and friends of friends (The Wall Street Journal) Creopop’s unusual photo-polymer 3D drawing pen uses neither heat nor plastics to create 3D objects that can stand on their own; instead, the pen employs a chemical reaction to harden its ‘ink’, which is actually a gel-like polymer (Mashable) Millennials shy away from voice mail; having grown up in a texting-friendly culture, with unmediated cellphone access to their friends, they have had little formative experience leaving spoken or relayed messages over the phone (The New York Times) During Amazon‘s unveiling of , CEO Jeff Bezos wowed his Seattle audience of app developers, customers and media with the slew of features on his company’s new smartphone — the phone is, above all, an enhanced shopping tool, not a realistic shot at the smartphone market (Ad Age) Music is powerful because it is content, and it stimulates social interaction and drives loyalty; disruptive streaming technologies and the onset of multi-screen user behavior have forced drastic shifts in the use of music as a marketing tool (Mashable) Today, we are moving more and more towards a hippy way of consuming music; we, Gen Y members, generally do not pay for CDs on the shelf because we want our entire music library available on our phone — we want it all and we want it now (Cool Brands) Walt Disney expects global retail sales from its 10-month-old Infinity video game to reach $1 billion even as rivals also combine physical toys with video games (Reuters) The Dr.

Seuss at Sea cruise embraces children literature for a fun vacation this summer; it brings the American writer’s books and poems to life, showing children that a world of cats in hats, green eggs and greener Grinches can exist beyond the printed page (Trend Hunter) Registries aren’t just for weddings or baby showers anymore: Target is launching an online college registry service just in time for the deluge of graduation parties this summer (Racked) Hello Flo is back with a second spot for the period subscription service and its starter kit; while last year’s tween was entrepreneurial, this one gets crafty when Flo just doesn’t seem to want to show — our heroine takes her period into her own hands with a (not -so) white lie (Creativity) [youtube

billion even as rivals also combine physical toys with video games (Reuters) The Dr.Seuss at Sea cruise embraces children literature for a fun vacation this summer; it brings the American writer’s books and poems to life, showing children that a world of cats in hats, green eggs and greener Grinches can exist beyond the printed page (Trend Hunter) Registries aren’t just for weddings or baby showers anymore: Target is launching an online college registry service just in time for the deluge of graduation parties this summer (Racked) Hello Flo is back with a second spot for the period subscription service and its starter kit; while last year’s tween was entrepreneurial, this one gets crafty when Flo just doesn’t seem to want to show — our heroine takes her period into her own hands with a (not -so) white lie (Creativity) [youtube

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KLIK & LEES: The rise of sadvertising: never in our collective memory has there been a time in which ads–whose purpose is to make people positively inclined toward a brand and, ultimately, to sell products–have left us feeling all the feels (Fast Company) With the stronger economy sparking women’s fashion lust, retailers are looking to make price points more tempting; Primark announced plans to open its first U. store in Boston (Media Post) Ogilvy & Mather worked with Mattel and Europcar to set up the ‘First Rental Car Agency for Kids’; while parents were busy booking a car for the next family vacation, Hot Wheels representatives helped kids to pick out their own car as well, complete with its own rental contract (PSFK) Plymouth University found that posters put up in exam halls intended to stop students from cheating in exams, were, in fact, helping students cheat; one student claimed that the posters helped him gain 10% more marks than he would have done otherwise (The Independent) The rise of Instagram and its aesthetic may offer advertisers one solution, because Instagram photos can make more effective advertising than studio shots and stock photos, at least according to analysis by social media agency Laundry Service (Ad Age) Dit jaar viert Zippo haar muziekgeschiedenis door festivalbezoekers Pinkpop te verrassen met verschillende activiteiten, waaronder een Zippo designwedstrijd met kans op een eigen limited edition Zippo aansteker (Fonk Online) Twee Belgische studenten Reclame en Marketing kregen de opdracht een internethit te maken, en stuurden daarom een model naakt door de straten van de Franse stad Rijsel; het filmpje haalde al meer dan 5 miljoen views in enkele dagen tijd (De Standaard) Een filmpje – ‘Look Up’ – waarin de gevaren van social media worden aangekaart, wordt massaal gedeeld op Facebook; Gary Turk roept jongeren op om de smartphone vaker te laten voor wat het is en het echte leven te leven (AD) Op Whatsapp chatten jongeren met elkaar, in een-op-een gesprekken, maar vooral ook in groepen; Snapchat is een chat-app vooral voor fun — doordat de content op Snapchat maar kort verschijnt kunnen ze lekker gek doen (Alles over jongeren) De Nederlandse jeugdfilm is door jongeren uit heel Europa uitgeroepen tot beste jeugdfilm van het jaar; de film van Dave Schram en Maria Peters won in Erfurt in Duitsland de European Film Academy Young Audience Award (NU.nl) Loomen is dé trend onder meisjes tussen de 8 en 11 jaar; loomen is het maken van armbandjes door het aan elkaar knopen van gekleurde elastiekjes (Young Works Blog) In de nieuwe commercial van Unox waarin een product wordt geïntroduceerd – Unox Borrelworst – herinneren we ons hoe het ook alweer was als je ouders een feestje gaven; de kleine Max wordt keer op keer door zijn moeder naar boven gestuurd, maar hij geeft niet op (Adformatie) [youtube

v=BDGv9jql9S0] Superfoods, voedselzandloper, suikervrij en glutenvrij eten — als je alle artikelen en onderzoeken over voeding leest, zou je bijna niets meer durven eten; uit een online poll van jongerenkrant 7Days en blijkt dat zij zich hierdoor niet gek laten maken (Fonk Online) Promovenda Jolien van der Graaff onderzocht empathie onder jongeren tussen de 13 en 18 jaar: “Empathie ontwikkelt zich tijdens de adolescentie verschillend voor jongens en meisjes” (Universiteit Utrecht) Gemeenten weten vaak nog niet hoe ze participatie van kinderen, jongeren en ouders vorm moeten geven in de nieuwe Jeugdwet, concludeert kenniscentrum Movisie op basis van onderzoek onder 22 gemeenten; het is vooral lastig om jongeren structureel te laten participeren bij beleidsvorming (BB) De meerderheid (54%) van de middelbare scholieren vindt dat hun school meer aandacht moet besteden aan de Europese politiek, een derde (36%) geeft aan vrijwel niks over de Europese Unie geleerd te hebben op school (1V jongerenpanel) Sinds 2003 is het percentage mannen voor de klas in het primair onderwijs gedaald van 22,8% tot 15, 5% in 2012; uit een CNV-onderzoek blijkt dat 57% van de mannelijke leerkrachten op de basisschool zich wel eens alleen voelt tussen zijn vrouwelijke collega’s (de Volkskrant) Fontys Hogescholen nodigt leerlingen van het voortgezet onderwijs uit om tijdens de Dutch Technology Week, Week of Wonders in Eindhoven, na te denken over hun klaslokaal van de toekomst (Ipon) Verschillende beroepen op jonge leeftijd ontdekken om zo een gerichte studiekeuze te maken, dat is het idee achter Jobspotters, een initiatief van schepen van Onderwijs Mohamed Ridouani (Het Nieuwsblad) De Inspectie SZW heeft de nieuwe digitale tool gelanceerd, bedoeld voor jongeren die werken in de metaalsector, om hen meer bewust te maken van de risico’s die zij lopen tijdens hun werk (Inspectie SZW) Kinderen op het openbaar vervoer zijn een zeldzaamheid; 86% heeft nog nooit van bus of trein gebruik gemaakt — ouders zien hun kroost veel liever op de achterbank van de wagen zitten, dat is comfortabeler en makkelijker (De Standaard) Kinderen en jongeren zijn continu in het nieuws.

News) Oreo has inked its first-ever global movie marketing deal with Paramount Pictures that pairs the cookie brand with the latest flick; Oreo has also secured product placement in the movie — other campaign elements include a TV ad, packaging and POS marketing (Ad Age) Japanese beverage company Otsuka is taking part in the first private moon-landing project and the company is planning to send a titanium can filled with its Pocari Sweat powdered sports drink, along with the dreams and messages of children from all over the world (PSFK) Een uniek talenproject verbindt Braziliaanse tieners met ouderen in een Amerikaans ouderenhuis; dankzij hun gesprekken via webchat kunnen de jongeren beter Engels leren spreken en zijn de bejaarden minder eenzaam(AD) Unicef Zweden lanceert – op de Internationale Dag van het Gezin – een app die ons mínder tijd met onze mobiele telefoon en méér tijd met onze kinderen moet laten doorbrengen; met de app krijgt een kind controle over de mobiele telefoon van de ouder (Unicef) De afgelopen maanden heeft Disneyland Paris kinderen vanuit heel Europa opgeroepen hun fantasiekasteel te ontwerpen; kinderen konden deelnemen door simpelweg een tekening in te sturen — van de 16 winnaars zijn maar liefst 3 Nederlandse kinderen (De Telegraaf) De televisieserie krijgt een vervolg in de Nederlandse theaters; theaterproducent Dommel Graaf & Cornelissen Entertainment maakte bekend een toneelkomedie te maken van de VARA-serie die vorig jaar stopte na negen succesvolle seizoenen (de Gelderlander) Begin juli gaat de bioscoopfilm in première; deze film is gebaseerd op het gelijknamige boek van Jacques Vriens — bij de film is voor de bovenbouw van het basisonderwijs en de onderbouw van het voortgezet gratis lesmateriaal beschikbaar (VOS/ABB) Ook in de scholen slaat de Panini-gekte rond het WK toe; het Xaveriuscollege in Borgerhout (België) heeft de razend populaire stickers met voetballers verboden omdat kinderen zelfs geld begonnen te vragen voor de stickers (De Redactie) Menig kind in ons land is sinds enkele weken in de ban van gekleurde elastiekjes die zij tot armbandjes weven — gouden tijden voor Nederlandse ondernemers die de loom-hype zagen aankomen Met behulp van de websites en hopen het ministerie van Volksgezondheid en het Longfonds te voorkomen dat jongeren gaan roken (Metro) Het Deense parlement heeft een omstreden verkiezingsreclame met ‘Voteman’ teruggetrokken; de tekenfilm was bedoeld om jonge mensen naar de stembus te krijgen, maar de hoofdpersoon was bij nader inzien te gewelddadig en seksistisch (NOS) [youtube

v=q4i Dns S6w BY] De rechter heeft besloten om de uitzending van de aflevering van het RTL 5-programma van Johnny de Mol en Dennis Weening te verbieden; een school heeft grote moeite met geheime beelden die opgenomen zijn om het pesten aan de kaak te stellen (RTL) Op 27 middelbare scholen in de Franse stad Nantes mochten jongens in een rok naar school komen om zo te protesteren tegen seksisme, wat leidde tot ophef bij één van de scholen (AD) Kinderen en jongeren zijn continu in het nieuws.

v=v_i3Lcjli84] Puma won’t start its major promotional push until the World Cup is over; CEO Bjorn Gulden plans a burst of ads later in the summer, counting on impressionable kids to pester their parents for new cleats as they head back to school (Ad Age) The saying ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ might be applied to some parents at youth sporting events; research conducted by Arizona State University revealed that communication at youth athletic events was more about the parents’ identity than the children (Medical Xpress) Psychologists and neuroscientists say it is far too soon to declare handwriting a relic of the past; new evidence suggests that the links between handwriting and broader educational development run deep (The New York Times) Our hyper-distracted temperament, grass-is-greener FOMO, and impatient demands to get everything, like, yesterday are rewriting the rules of dating quicker than you can say ‘swipe right’ (Refinery29) Toyko’s are popular, face-altering photo booths known for producing portraits that fall somewhere between anime characters and human Barbie: “I had seen the pictures of people who’d come back and they’d have the huge eyes, and their skin is a lot lighter” (NYMag.com) Dozens of video bloggers posting make-up tutorials that have helped sell out products tied to the Walt Disney film ; MAC Cosmetics, the studio’s marketing partner, developed a line for Maleficent and works with Web personalities (Bloomberg) Schone Slaapsters, kikkers die prinsen worden, de kerstman en sinterklaas, allemaal schadelijk voor de ontwikkeling van kinderen, beweert de Britse professor en evolutiebioloog Richard Dawkins: “Die sprookjes zadelen kinderen op met een wereldbeeld dat het bovennatuurlijke omvat” (HLN) Het WK Voetbal 2014 staat voor de deur en dat betekent dat de winkels weer uitpuilen van de ‘oranje-prullaria’; dit WK lopen de Nederlanders massaal weg met de supporterhamstertjes van de AH, voorspelt sportmarketinggoeroe Frank van den Wall Bake (AD) Symbolen kapen om een statement te maken, het is een constante in het werk van street art-ster Banksy; Fila keerde met haar nieuwste campagne de rollen om (De Standaard) In België trappen spoornetbeheerder Infrabel, NMBS en spoorwegpolitie een veiligheidscampagne af rond het thema spoorlopen; de slogan ‘Je leven is een omweg waard’ slaat op het feit dat de meeste spoorlopers gehaaste mensen zijn die de kortste weg naar huis nemen (De Morgen) Jongeren zijn altijd online, maar is dat erg?