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Budweiser is dipping its toe into branded content with a documentary that takes a real-life look at its brewing process.
Created by Ace Content, a sister company to Budweiser agency Anomaly, the film is called "Kings of Beer" and centers on a group of elite brewmasters from 65 breweries and 23 countries, following them as they battle it out in an intense competition to brew the best American Lager. It also features cameos from beer aficionados Aisha Tyler, Jay Chandrasekhar and Michael Voltaggio.
People in the #womeninsports conversation on Twitter are top athletes, college players and even mothers ferrying their daughters to and from softball practice. They’re uniting to live-Tweet major matches, cheer on goals and aces and celebrate every match.
Oscar winner Geena Davis joins the 3rd hour of TODAY to talk about how she continues to champion gender equality in entertainment and how young girls are highly impressionable to movies. Davis spotlights this industry-wide problem in the documentary “This Changes Everything.”