Unless a more hands-on approach to equality is adopted, not even our kids will live to see it. It's time to start mobilizing.
Advertisers and agencies that want to reap greater rewards from ad automation should not have to accept a certain element of toxic risk.
The democratization of information and publishing comes at a price. That price is societal and commercial risk, writes GroupM's chief digital officer.
The internet is in a rotten state, says Stuart Aitken, head of brand and content at DigitasLBi, after a stint at SXSW.
A global debate is raging around the combined use of behavioral modeling, social media and big data analytics and programmatic, writes the innovation director at HeyHuman.
Tips for chief marketing officers who want to mitigate the risk that their ads will appear next to unsavory content.
There may come a day when virtual personal assistants live in our brains. What will that mean for marketers?
Twenty years is enough. It's time for SXSW Immersive, writes OMD's chief digital and innovation officer.
Understanding how our brains compare with machines when making split-second judgments is crucial.
The footloose globalists are less confident of their position as vanguards of the future, and empathy has been suggested to heal societal divides, writes the director of trend forecasting at J. Walter Thompson.
CBS has two more seasons of the blockbuster comedy, but is "Young Sheldon" its future?
If marketers want to own the future, they need to stop looking to the past and instead look ahead and broaden their ambition for marketing technology, writes the head of innovation at Zenith Media USA.
Here's what you need to know heading into the upfront.
The ad industry is desperately trying to become more diverse and a big part of getting there is exploring non-traditional working paradigms.
The range of questions at SXSW reflects an uncertainty around technology, writes the director of trend forecasting at J. Walter Thompson.
Ahead of SXSW, Poke's Tom Hostler discusses trends around artificial intelligence and what he'll be looking out for at the event.
The benefit of even the smallest moment of networking for anyone who feels professionally isolated is transformative, writes the global chief strategy officer of BBH Group.
The ad industry is a Petri dish for breeding mental-health issues, says the strategy partner at Bountiful Cow.
Daryl Fielding, who has worked with both companies, gives her view on the aborted merger.
"Capture Different" outperformed the camera brand's user-gen videos, according to Ace Metrix.
How to focus a team on the future without denying its past.
From J.J. Abrams to Kathleen Kennedy, the most creative people in film embrace fear, failure and ego in order to get to greatness, writes Mono's group account director.
When trust is eroded, there is no need to pay for a brand premium, writes the head of creative at Betaworks.
When it comes to longevity, earned authority and youthful audacity make for a potent mix, writes Battery creative director.
If we do not get the total market topic right, businesses could lose the next 50 years of market share, writes author and founder of Reframe: The Brand.
My leadership style has been shaped by my experiences, my personality and my purpose, writes Diageo North America's VP of corporate relations and constituent affairs.
It's great that we're battling the stereotypes in ads, but we won't win the war until brands apply the same logic to targeting, says Rob Bassett, the head of UK and EU multinational advertising at eBay
With upfront season upon us, just how are the broadcast nets really doing?
"I want to write about women's issues and I want women, and others, to feel like they have a champion in me," says showrunner Ryan Murphy.
An early sellout suggests renewed interest among advertisers, but the real draw may be the controversy.
Those serious about undertaking such an adventure should look beyond the glamour of an exotic move and get practical, writes the founder of recruitment firm Sasha the Mensch.
It's important to learn from each and every one of your bosses, even the bad ones, writes the president and CEO of 4A's
Crossmedia's managing partner and co-founder reviews the ANA's prescription for media transparency
The personal assistant is missing the retailer's largest consumer benefit, a seamless shopping experience, writes Firstborn's SVP of business planning.
New paradigms like "Voice" can give mobile a run for its money at Mobile World Congress, says Mark Curtis of Accenture Interactive's design and innovation agency, Fjord.
Read the full transcript of Mark Pritchard's powerful speech from the IAB Annual Leadership meeting.
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