Marketing and media events for July 18 to July 24, 2002 –

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The Association of National Advertisers hosts a two-day digital and social media conference. The event will take place in Carlsbad, California, and virtually, and will feature executives such as Candice Beck, director of social and digital at Chipotle, and Sofia Colucci, global VP, Miller Family of Brands, at Molson Coors Beverage Co.
Netflix announces second-quarter financials today, a hotly anticipated report as marketers look for updates about its new fast-moving ads business. Netflix just picked Microsoft as an exclusive sales and ad tech partner. Netflix execs will host their regularly scheduled quarterly video Q&A with Wall Street analysts at 6 p.m. ET.
Read more: Why Netflix chose Microsoft for an ‘upset’ ad tech win
Bloomberg Crypto Summit is today in New York City with speakers from VaynerNFT, Coinbase, Ripple and more, talking about the current state of cryptocurrencies and Web3.
MLB plays its All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium. Fox has the broadcast.
Read more: How MLB’s new CMO is pitching to rookie fans—and what to expect at the All-Star Game
Johnson & Johnson reports second-quarter results.
Commerce Next hosts a webinar on how brands can provide a better digital experience for customers. Speakers include Ektra Chopra, chief digital officer at E.L.F. Beauty, and Sabrina Cherubini, senior VP of brand and digital marketing at Hanky Panky. ​​
The 2022 ESPY (Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly) Awards telecast airs live on ABC at 8 p.m. EDT, with Stephen Curry set to host. Capital One is the presenting sponsor.
Snap reports its quarterly results today, which will give an indication of the health of its advertising business. In May, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel warned that the company would likely not meet its second-quarter revenue forecast, issued in the first quarter, which signaled trouble for digital ad markets. Snap will host an analyst call at 5 p.m. ET.
Russell Weiner, the new CEO of Domino’s Pizza who is recognized as one of the key architects of a turnaround that improved customer perception about the quality of its pizza a dozen years ago, will face questions about his prescription for current business challenges when the world’s largest pizza chain reports second-quarter results. It is the first report since Weiner officially took the reins from Ritch Allison May 1. Domino’s is coming off a disappointing first quarter affected by staffing challenges and inflation. 
Twitter will deliver its second-quarter report at 8 a.m. ET today, but don’t expect any comments from executives. Like last quarter, Twitter said that  it won’t host a conference call because of its “pending acquisition by an entity affiliated with Elon Musk.” That deal hit a snag last week, when Musk pulled out of the deal, and Twitter sued to enforce the $44 billion agreement.
Universal’s sci-fi horror movie “Nope”—written, directed and produced by Jordan Peele—opens in U.S. theaters.
Happy birthday to newlywed Jennifer Lopez, who turns 53 on Sunday. Her top beauty secret? Sleep. “We don’t value sleep. We value grinding and working hard—and admittedly, nobody gets caught up in that rat race more than me,” she stated in her newsletter, as reported by the Dail Mail. “Getting at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep each night can be a game changer.”
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