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Ariel Adams and Rob Corder make a podcast

aBlogtoWatch is the largest online title dedicated to watches by visitor numbers in the United States and WATCHPRO is the world's biggest business title. So what did the two outspoken founders of the two media brands, Ariel Adams and Rob Corder, have to talk about when they joined each other for a podcast last month?

New Watch Week from aBlogtoWatch to broadcast interviews and reviews of...

This is not just another Zoom meeting aBlogtoWatch founder Ariel Adams promises.

WATCHPRO ORIGINALS: aBlogtoWatch’s Ariel Adams on how the watch industry is...

Speaking from Los Angeles, we discuss how retailers and brands are being forced to change entrenched positions on how to delight customers, and most of them are failing.

Retailers and press say Baselworld will be missed but not mourned

Watch retailers and reporters from around the world welcome brands rallying to a single show in Geneva, but pine for the glory days of Baselworld

THE BIG INTERVIEW: aBlogtoWatch owner Ariel Adams on the ever-changing media...

These are tough times for the specialist watch media, but aBlogtoWatch is still expanding and innovating.

aBlogtoWatch bags Revolution USA’s publisher as director of North American sales

Media sales veteran Jay Gullers joins Los Angeles-based luxury watch title.

ARIEL’S ESSAYS: To rescue itself, watch retail needs to discover itself...

aBlogtoWatch editor and owner Ariel Adams argues that retailers need to build their own brand, not simply rely on Swiss watchmakers to define them.

Specialist watch media is threatened with extinction says one of the...

aBlogtoWatch founder Ariel Adams argues that the watch industry is losing vital advocates by failing to support specialist journalism.

Breitling summit touches down in Los Angeles for an aviator-themed taste...

aBlogtoWatch publisher Ariel Adams gives WatchPro USA readers his insight into how CEO George Kern is transforming Breitling.

ASK ARIEL: How much do watch brands really know about their...

A lot of brand managers are too invested to really want to risk hearing thoughts from customers that contradict their personal opinions.