Advertising and marketing and media activities for Nov. 28 to Dec. 5

Nov. 30

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was unveiled 39 years ago now.

Dec. 1

Advert Age Upcoming: CMO begins now. The two-working day virtual meeting analyzing the major matters weighing on the minds of marketing and advertising and company leaders as we head into 2022. The occasion will aspect fireplace conversations with Pernod Ricard North America’s Ann Mukherjee, chairman and CEO, and Pam Forbus, chief promoting officer actress, business owner and range advocate Tracee Ellis Ross Ford CMO Suzy Deering and former Fb executive-now Instacart President Carolyn Everson. Sign up and see the complete agenda in this article.

At 8 p.m. ET tonight, NBC airs its “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” tree-lighting special—starring a 12-ton, 79-foot-tall, 46-foot-broad Norway Spruce from Elkton, Maryland. Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker and Craig Melvin are established to host the two-hour present, with performances by Alessia Cara, Harry Connick Jr., Mickey Guyton, Norah Jones, Brad Paisley, Rob Thomas, Carrie Underwood and other people.

Dec. 2

Ulta Beauty studies third quarter benefits. Analysts are expecting robust sales as the beauty industry proceeds to rebound.

NBC’s hottest live musical special, “Annie Are living!,” airs at 8 p.m. ET tonight 12-calendar year-old Celina Smith stars as Annie.

Dec. 3

The 2nd 50 percent (episodes 9-15) of the pandemic-delayed 2nd time of Hulu’s coming-of-age comedy masterpiece “PEN15” starts off streaming today.

Dec. 4-5

“The 2021 Countrywide Xmas Tree Lights Ceremony” airs on CBS Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. ET, followed by the 23rd annual “A Property for the Holidays” unique at 9:30 p.m. ET.