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Pinterest launches Black travel hub

The campaign, timed for the start of Black History Month, aims to help Black travelers find safe locations, brands and experiences while traveling.

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5 minutes with Campaign: Improving mobility to the C-suite

Throughout Black History Month, Campaign US will feature Black executives discussing issues at the intersection of identity, culture, technology and advertising in a new YouTube series.

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Ahead of Black History Month, Genentech focuses next installment of #MSVisibility on barriers to care for Black patients

Jennifer Kim, VP and head of neuroimmunology at Genentech Marketing, talks about the expectations for Breaking Barriers.

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Barbie debuts Chelsea doll with scoliosis

Mattel is rolling out its first Chelsea doll with scoliosis, as part of its larger efforts to increase diversity in its dolls.

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Pro athletes play golf in Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl ads

The spots aim to celebrate a “cultural shift” in golf and highlight new golf-centered Netflix docuseries.

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Campaign Chemistry: TBWA\Worldwide creative chairman John Hunt

Hunt talks about working with Nelson Mandela during apartheid and how creativity has evolved throughout his career.

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Spotify beats Q4 subscriber projections but prepares to further rein in spend

CEO Daniel Ek said Spotify will focus on reducing overhead costs after overinvesting in 2022, but that it will continue to build its podcasting business.

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Budweiser plays on six degrees of Kevin Bacon in Super Bowl ad

The regional spot is a part of a year-long effort to attract younger beer drinkers.

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Brands are on board with CTV advertising. What about consumers?

Viewers aren’t choosing lower-priced subscription services because they want to see more advertising.

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Publicis takes Working with Cancer pledge to the Super Bowl

The initiative, which aims to raise awareness and support for people struggling with cancer in the workplace, will launch a consumer-facing campaign at Super Bowl LVII.


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