From big brands to nonprofit partnerships, the LGBTQ community gets its due.
Not everyone can code a chatbot. But these days, no one needs to.
Cross-platform, multimedia spots drove increased sales for CPG brands, according to Nielsen Catalina Solutions.
This year, everyone has fond (and not so fond) memories about the man who raised them.
In its third year, the program expands its reach, as well as the definition of agency diversity.
Barkley drags "cloche" out of the 19th Century and into the social spotlight.
Keep an eye on these deserving Cannes entries that might not be on your radar.
Working with Blippar and Mindshare, the auto company lets customers sit in a virtual driver's seat, no gear required.
22squared unleashes Jack McBrayer's infectious glee in summer campaign.
From The One Club to beer with a purpose, Baldwin&'s founder David Baldwin connects brands with customers that share their values.
After losses in Kansas and Montana, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is funding the costliest House race ever.
BETC Paris follows up 2014's "The Big Leap" with another epic journey that occurs in the blink of an eye.
Brazil's 98FM lets bikers hijack its airwaves to keep oblivious drivers at bay.
Opponents of Republican Greg Gianforte lost no time in using his own words against him in an eleventh hour spot.
A few of the industry's most successful digital pioneers wax nostalgic about "killer apps" and missed opportunities.
Jumping to iOS looks easy in new "Why Switch" online campaign.
Droga5 continues "Did You Mean MailChimp" with new online B-to-B spots.
Recent grads aren't afraid to voice their expectations, and agencies are responding with new programs and policies.
Anomaly's first work for the Spanish-language channel is a somber, bilingual homage to fans and players.
San Diego-based agency i.d.e.a. takes "fun" to a new level and recruits The Hoff for political office.