Droga5 continues to feature star reporters in latest campaign.
The "Community" actress cited companies like Fox and UPN for building their brands "on the backs of black people" then tossing them aside.
Pampers takes a much more sombre turn from its memorable "Poo face" ad in a campaign by Saatchi & Saatchi London for the new Preemie Protection nappies for premature babies, which are three sizes smaller than a regular newborn nappy.
CMO Jill Gregory says the auto-racing association is "committed" to attracting younger fans through classroom programs like Acceleration Nation
The Supermarket Woman is fun. She's flirty and spontaneous.
WFA advertiser members were quizzed on their views regarding online advertising and their investment intentions for the year ahead. This is what the survey found.
The delay in the average age at which women have their first child is having a fundamental effect on how they define themselves, Unilever chief marketing officer Keith Weed said.
If you want to be more creative, you have to be willing to "fuck up" more, says Erik Kessels, the creative director of KesselsKramer.
Karmarama's work for Air New Zealand has won Exterion Media's digital media competition.
After hijacking the Super Bowl with its border wall spot, the lumber brand is back with an "out of this world" message.
Google's advertising revenue leapt 18 percent to $21.4 billion in the first three months of the year despite the ongoing YouTube advertising boycott.
Russian cosmetics brand L'Etoile came up with a unique way to promote its Chantilly foundation.
Renault is helping parents lull their babies to sleep with the Dream Cradle, a cradle with a base that simulates the movements of a car.
Her taste in books may weigh her down, but this front-end developer takes flight every time a Marvel hero arrives in theaters.
There can be communication challenges, but you can achieve 'togethering' with a virtual employee structure, writes the co-founder and CEO of Clever.
Honda collaborated with European artists to promote the new X-ADV.
The "Hamilton" and "Daily Show" stars split show into two nights during Creative Week.
Cullen Farleigh and Olamide Soyemi, two junior creatives at Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, were upset to find out that their beloved local cinema, the PeckhamPlex, was being shut down.
Is it a crisp? Is it a chip? McCoy's new potato snack has us scratching our heads.
The latest chatbot, AI and orchestration innovations announced today.
A stricter admission policy for bars and hotels at this year's Cannes Lions risks changing the nature of the event, industry leaders have warned.
HSBC has appointed former senior Mondelez International executive Leanne Cutts as group head of marketing, succeeding Chris Clark, who is leaving the bank after 15 years.
Michael Roth, chairman and chief executive of Interpublic, on the 'open architecture' approach, sale rumors and why Interpublic is in a stronger position than ever.
Agencies cheer, but the announcement could have wider implications for Nielsen and Facebook.
Big Data has led us into a new age of reason, but real people aren't as predictable as research suggests, writes the global CEO and CCO of gyro.
Squidgy, animated Soreen characters explain why they love the malt loaf, in the brand's new campaign by Red Brick Road.
New York agency 5 O'Clock crafts a swanky spot starring creative people with bizarre titles.
Readers applaud the move, even while lamenting the loss of the industry's "despair-filled meth pipe."
World Cup 66 winning squad footballers Sir Geoff Hurst and Gordon Banks have joined Alzheimer's Society's campaign, which urges the public to "get behind the team again".
Latraviette Smith-Wilson, SVP of communications at Shea Moisture parent Sundial Brands, shared the steps her company has been taking since the social media backlash against its "hair hate" ad ignited on Monday.
The failure of Weetabix's attempt to crack China offers a number of lessons for marketers, says Rob Wade, consumer insight director at Europanel.
Spotify uses music to depict offbeat family moments in hilarious ads promoting its Family Plan.
An advertising veteran, a journalist and a designer have launched Mami Wata, which aims to connect a new wave of people with surfing and African culture.
Bakers' tech team has created a contactless payment scheme for dogs. No, this isn't a late April Fool's.
Vauxhall's Mokka X boasts good Wi-Fi, so to show off this feature MRM Meteorite tasked a writer, designer and coder with creating, building and deploying an email from inside the car.
Because we all know podcasting just isn't big enough for Papa Bear.
McCann grabs the top spot in the US with its Verizon and Chevrolet wins, and Venables enters the top four thanks to 3M.
Zoe Lazarus, global future and culture planning director at Diageo, explains why experience is the biggest trend in marketing.
How one paint brand is trying to avoid the clutter of Pinterest and Instagram to reach frustrated DIY enthusiasts.
Marketers are excited about the potential of machine learning, but it takes more than enthusiasm to turn the technology into a business advantage, write the CMO and content director of Ready State.
Jennifer Breithaupt, head of global entertainment, adds consumer marketing to her role
Read about what happens when top marketers gather around a table (and several bottles of wine) to dissect iris' Participation Brand Index.
Magic Radio's ad has an 80s and 90s playlist, accompanied by live action and animations by Nigel Coan, whose previous credits include The Mighty Boosh.
Lost My Name developed a unique brand out of unique literary experiences.
The latest edition of the campaign marks the first time The Macallan has used multimedia art.
After 50 plus years of gestation, the combination of affordable hosting, compute power and proliferation of data has brought AI into the marketing spotlight.
Kaiser Chiefs' front man Ricky Wilson races around Abu Dhabi in 48 hours, in Cheil London's campaign for Etihad Airways.
Thirty years ago, this antiques collector unknowingly bought a $150 dispenser for $4. Now he has more than 100,000 of them.
After landing an 8-figure deal, the actor plays the everyman in BBDO New York campaign.
Dunkin' Donuts' "Marathon motivator" campaign kicked off on social media in the lead up to the London Marathon on the 23 April 2017.