Last month, Stephanie Gibbons, president, creative, strategy and digital, multi-platform marketing and Todd Heughens, SVP of print design, gave insight on FX Networks’ slasher-inspired campaign for American Horror Story: 1984.

Daily Brief also examined Compadre’s dramatic and bold 2020 politics package for CNN, comprising toolkits and on-air and digital elements.

September also brought breaking news in the industry, like Mike Benson’s shift from Amazon Studios to CBS as President and Chief Marketing Officer.

Check out the most popular stories on Daily Brief last month:

5. Block & Tackle Keeps it Quirky for FXX’s ‘It’s Always Sunny’

Anything goes in this graphic-based marketing campaign for season 14 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, developed by New York City-based creative agency Block & Tackle.

4. Compadre Inaugurates Election 2020 for CNN

Ahead of the 2020 election, CNN partnered with Los Angeles-based creative agency Compadre to create a package characterized by stark red, black and white graphics.

3. Apple TV Plus Sets Launch Date, Price

After much anticipation, Apple announced that its new subscription streaming service, Apple TV+, will officially launch in 100 countries on Nov. 1 with a price point that significantly undercuts Disney+.

2. Inside FX’s Slasher-Themed Campaign for ‘AHS: 1984’

As FX prepared for season nine of American Horror Story, the network launched its fair share of horror-themed teasers and key art to transport viewers to 1984.

1. CBS Names Mike Benson President and Chief Marketing Officer

In September, CBS announced that Amazon’s Mike Benson would take lead of the networks’ marketing efforts as veteran George Scheitzer moves to a chairman role.

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