Once an innovator, the struggling network kicked off an anemic season last week
In a press Q+A, Facebook discusses video ad metrics, editorial judgment and ads with sound
"Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables" and "Groceries not Guns" take home Black Pencils at Advertising Week ceremony hosted by Baratunde Thurston
Wendy Clark: "I work on Madison Avenue. You do not have a winning temperament."
JWT NY CEO Lynn Power and SapientNitro Global CCO Donald Chesnut discussed the recruiting repercussions of recent scandals in their agency networks
The first face-off between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most watched presidential debate in history
The ad was the third most attention-grabbing pizza ad of the past year, according to Ace Metrix
Despite high turnover rates, advertising agencies continue to beg, borrow and steal experts rather than develop their own talent, writes the founder of smith & beta
A jury selected seven finalists, now it's your turn to vote for the winning idea
Western Union, the money transfer service, has appointed MullenLowe Mediahub to be its global media agency in a consolidated £250m account.
The $325 million account is the first win for the agency's consolidated media offering
Industry observers see synergy in the just-announced deal, even if the endgame remains somewhat mysterious
The fast food giant's CMO, Deborah Wahl, discussed this summer's creative review and the brand's ambitious marketing plans at Advertising Week
SapientNitro's global chief creative officer gives real-world solutions for fostering diversity
Arnold Palmer was a legendary golfer, but he also left behind a legacy as a product endorser that few have matched.
See which agencies won (and lost) the new-business game last month.
Steve Gleason returns to the site of "The Rebirth" to raise money for a cure
It's great that clients have taken an interest in agency diversity. It would be better if they bothered showing up to AdColor, says one agency CEO
Once meant to raise the industry's profile to the general public, Advertising Week has become a sprawling echo chamber accused of insularity and pay-for-play. What keeps100,000 people going?
Facebook's misreporting of video view stats highlights the dangers of letting platforms mark their own homework, say critics
Arby's tweets a sauce-filled heart, Margaritaville talks like a pirate and Starbucks shows off its Chile Mocha
Johnson's complaint fails to satisfy the "severe or persuasive" requirements needed, argues WPP lawyer.
Dentsu President and CEO Tadashi Ishii outlines extent of inappropriate transactions, extends apologies to advertisers
The brand was trying to be empowering, but too much attention on the posteriors of powerful women may have had the opposite effect
Revenge, rivalry and virtual reality at Dmexco; tips from Pepsico's India Chairman on getting better creative from your agency; the UK's female Digital Mavericks 2016 and a Toyota overbilling controversy engulfs Dentsu
Work-life balance is gender neutral, so why do we keep only asking working mothers how they manage, asks the chief operating officer of Zambezi
In bid to expand perception, the brand and agency Critical Mass make clever use of Google data
"No One Out Pizzas The Hut" begins with humorous "bragspeople" campaign
Arthur Sadoun, the chief executive of Publicis Communications, has rejected suggestions that he may reduce the number of brands within the creative agency collective.
After less than a year's absence, the former North American chief executive returns in a global role
Saatchi & Saatchi's Kate Stanners and Justin Billingsley are two of several promotions to be announced today at Publicis Communications' global leadership meeting in New York.
Global and local marketers for the consumer goods giant will now report to directors in charge of brands, rather than regions.
DDB Berlin creates a visually stunning and technologically challenging spot for Sony's LCD TV brand.
From JFK's legacy to "Unskippable," The Martin Agency's CCO searches for truth in the work
Consumption habits have changed, and so has the way we buy and sell media. We talked to P&G, BBC, Spotify and The Trade Desk about the future of programmatic and how it can drive creativity.