From broadcast to cable to streaming, there was plenty of bad content to go around this year.
As professional communicators, it's about time we figured out how we can initiate those conversations, says a creative director at RTO+P.
From stretchy pants to movie-star deliveries, these brands know how to celebrate.
Startups are launching into TV advertising at full force and are reaping the rewards while other advertisers shy away, says Quirk Creative's founder.
Momo Pixel's latest project blew up online. If other agencies want the same, she said, they need real diversity.
Meaningful transformation isn't about tacking on a new product service but about designing a total brand experience, says Redscout West's head of strategy.
A year after its launch, Instagram Live Stories is outstripping rival Snapchat in audience numbers.
Every client, every project is a jump ball, and the fact that we worked together yesterday and today is no indication that we will work together tomorrow.
After losing five family members to cancer, the co-founder and CCO of the experiential agency uses endurance races to to help families and stay focused.
Marshall Wace has become the second hedge fund to bet against WPP's shares in the space of two months.
BMW has taken Snapchat's new augmented trial lens for a spin by letting customers "try" out the X2 by customising its colours, viewing it from all angles and changing its location.
If Uber had been subject to the GDPR, it would have had to pay a fine of 4% of its global annual revenue, or €20m (£17.75m), a cyber law barrister has said.
Cannes Lions-owner Ascential has made a host of changes to its 2018 festival, but are they sufficient to silence the critics?
New research finds that other than a few sectors, consumers prefer big companies rather than local players.
Brands need to lead customers, psychologically, down the purchase funnel before and after Black Friday
Lego may seem like a brand that can't put a foot wrong, but it's had to learn some hard lessons fast since it launched Lego Life in January.
Y&R Asia has appointed Chris Foster as president, effective immediately.
An article in a national daily has claimed that Google has made millions of pounds in advertising from videos that exploit children.
Technology. Get it right, you can make a blockbuster. Get it wrong, and it becomes a distraction.
Designed to "comfortably fit four adults and a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken", KFC US hopes the internet escape pod is just what consumers will need this holiday season.
This creative loves music documentaries and keeping her Instagram addiction in check.
Social platforms do not actually espouse that information should be free. In reality, information is controlled by the highest bidder, says The Social Element's chief services officer.
The "Man Box", or the set of attributes that rigidly defines masculinity, is harmful and an issue Axe/Lynx has decided to address, said Rik Strubel, the brand's global vice-president.
Advertisers believe agencies have failed to adapt to programmatic and that there should be a radical overhaul of the agency model.
"Law Syndrome" focuses not on ability, but on the legal restrictions holding back the community.
It's time for creators to evolve alongside AI and embrace creative machines.
Short ads are good, Facebook and Google aren't the only game in town, and media companies should stay worried.
Kellogg's is reviving its cereal café concept, opening a permanent store in New York City's Union Square.
M/SIX has appointed a new global leadership line-up with two new senior hires and a series of internal promotions.
Speakers from A+E, The Washington Post, Bloomberg and Diply shared their success stories.
The future of quality journalism is in paid-for editorial, while ad revenues should be a secondary revenue stream, says New York Times president and chief executive Mark Thompson.
An accessibility gap has been created, and it's only getting bigger, says Digital Pulp's chief creative officer.
The Marketing Group is launching a global media agency, called Truth, that's built to use blockchain smart contract technology.
Snapchat has rolled its advertising self-service tools onto one platform with Ad Manager 2.0.
This quick-and-dirty attempt to bolster online ratings is like fast food: It might taste great at first, but it eventually comes back to haunt you, says the founder of Convince and Convert.
We have the technology to include deceased stars in modern art and advertising. But how can brands do it respectfully and authentically, and delight fans old and new?