First-Ever Browser-Based HTML5 ad for iPad Wins MOBI and OMMA Awards New York – Sept. 27, 2011 – Glow Interactive (, a leading New York-based interactive marketing, advertising and creative agency, today announced that the first-ever browser-based HTML5 “gamified” ad for the iPad, developed by Glow Interactive for USA Network’s show, WHITE COLLAR, and ran [...]

Great job team! View the project here.

INSANELY ADDICTIVE ACTION PUZZLE GAME WITH A DJ SPIN, RADBALLS®, HITS THE APPLE APP STORE Players Enjoy Non-Stop Puzzle Action with a Beat-Fueled Twist to Spin and Shred Their Own Music Along with Original Soundtrack from Award-Winning Producer Neil Voss, Featuring Remixes of Hit Rockers ‘Ok Go’ and Others… New York – August 25, 2011 [...]

RIM’s Blackberry franchise is a wonderful case study in the dire consequences of corporate + creative complacency, as well as the effects and unavoidable fate of operating within an anti-risk/anti-innovation vacuum.

Glow Play, the gaming division of NYC-based, award-winning digital marketing and creative agency Glow Interactive (, today announced an addition to its IP gaming portfolio GAME INFO: “Run Run Dash” is a fun casual game of survival and achievements developed for touch-play on iOS devices (iPhone, iPod, iPad). How long can you survive the desert [...]

In August of 2010 Wired Magazine proclaimed the web to be dead. This wasn’t to suggest that the Internet was dead but merely the manner by which we engage with the web was dead, or more nicely put, evolved…

Last night we attended the NY Gaming March Meetup at AOL Ventures to unveil the new Glow Play game, Radballs, with co-creator Neil Voss.

It’s no surprise that Apple has dropped the ball in creating and delivering iAds, they shouldn’t have entered the creative space in the first place.

When Apple announced that they would be exclusively creating iAds for clients, most industry insiders were skeptical. Turns out they were right, as the result has been delayed ads, delayed campaign rollouts and a slew of dissatisfied customers.

This topic is obviously trending and nothing new but the more I hear about it, the more it irks me. There has been a huge uproar over Apple’s blog post last week regarding rejecting apps with location-based advertising…

Nearly two months ago, shortly after the release of the Droid and subsequent escalation in chatter with respect to the “Google Phone” I discussed my complete dissatisfaction with the state of the iPhone as it pertained to Apple/AT&T and the impending threat (very serious threat) posed by the Google Phone.