Execs from JWT, J&J, and DanoneWeave react to the results of a new Geena Davis Institute study.
"Attacking from every angle" highlights the many facets of America's biggest cancer group.
Oath, the new brand Verizon created by combining AOL and Yahoo, has pushed out its first global brand campaign #BuildYourBrand across nine markets.
HP's diversity initiative one year on: Agencies exceed gender targets, fall short on minority representation
HP's Karen Kahn blames it on unconscious bias and an inability to build a talent pipeline.
The company announces an automated process by which its customers will be refunded.
Young men are recommending beauty, apparel and household products. They defy stereotyping, says Engagement Labs' CEO.
Facebook has agreed to share information on 3,000 ads that ran in the US it believes was paid for by a Russian entity with US congress.
This ACD binges on "Real Housewives" but cleanses her palate with poetry.
Friction Free Shaving's (FFS) first digital campaign has been banned by Facebook because it involves a nude woman, modesty bars notwithstanding.
American Airlines has become the first company to use geofencing on a moving object in an ad campaign that uses London's black cabs to deliver ads to the mobiles of pedestrians.
Unilever is unveiling a new framework for its marketers that will form the backbone of its brand strategies going forward.
The discipline must fundamentally change to continue to be essential, says Hill Holliday's chief strategy officer.
Google has struck a deal with HTC to acquire part of the smartphone manufacturer for around $1bn (£740m).
Only 36% of digital marketers are convinced their campaigns are hitting the right targets, while almost a quarter (23%) are failing even to track of their campaign spend, according to research from Greenlight.
Snapchat has added 14 new creative partners that are aimed at helping advertisers drive ROI once users swipe up.
Agency execs and celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Lena Waithe lauded industry groundbreakers and lamented slow progress.
To celebrate the 4A's 100th anniversary, Campaign US compiled the top 10 spots that changed the way brands spoke to consumers.
Producer and director Ken Olin dishes about the show and working for a broadcast network.
Dirty Robber's Chris Uettwiller talks production and execution of the attempt to break a human record.
The short film starred Michael K. Williams as four versions of himself, locked in an existential interrogation.
The agency's EVP joins CEO John Seifert to reflect on the state of diversity in the industry, business responses and Charlottesville.
James Connelly, the chief executive of Fetch Media, has struck back at Uber's lawsuit by claiming the agency had already terminated its relationship with the ride-sharing company due to non-payment.
A "seat at the table" isn't enough, says Oath's Allison Allen, in wide-ranging discussion at annual diversity conference.
Lynton Crosby, Theresa May's former spin doctor, has teamed up with former Barack Obama strategist Jim Messina to advise brands on how to market themselves across an increasingly complex digital landscape.
Campaign talks to P&G's marketing chief Pritchard about demanding more from digital, the importance of reach and why one-to-one engagement is the next frontier in advertising.
The 11th annual diversity conference and awards show began with a roundup of the past year's good and bad news.
The legendary multicultural marketer talks with Campaign US about being a groundbreaker and an effective creative leader, and the state of diversity in the industry.
Guinness tells the story of modern-day cowboys defying gang violence in Los Angeles in the next chapter of its "Made of more" campaign.
Too few of the billions of sites online are usable for disabled people, says AudioEye's CEO.
To celebrate the 4A's 100th anniversary, Campaign US compiled the top 10 cartoon spokescharacters.
Airbnb chief marketer Jonathan Mildenhall reveals how the company created its marketing platform and grew it into a global brand.
Snapchat has blocked Al-Jazeera's Discover publisher channel in Saudi Arabia because the authorities claimed it violated local laws.
People have unrealistic expectations of what tasks chatbots can currently perform and there needs to be revaluation of the role they play, Microsoft-owned Skype's programme manager Rene Brandel has warned.
This account manager can't be bothered by churro ice cream cones but is obsessed with pre-downloading Netflix series to her iPhone.
Google is being sued by three female former employees, who are claiming that it discriminates against women, paying them less and favouring men for promotion.
Campaign talks to Lewis about the digital take over, getting really close to consumers through data and why marketers have to pivot when it comes to strategy - not just plan.
A former creative director and associate professor of advertising design shares strategies to shake off the doubt and land that first job.