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Is Pepsi Fire the next Crystal Pepsi?

Is Pepsi Fire the next Crystal Pepsi?

The beverage company is testing a spicy cola for the summer, and consumers are already unimpressed.

Day 10: Three areas where programmatic will change the face of advertising

Day 10: Three areas where programmatic will change the face of advertising

From TV to digital audio and native, programmatic buying is shaking up advertising in a big way

Day 2: Connected Life - what's next for programmatic audio

Day 2: Connected Life - what's next for programmatic audio

Digital audio advertising is set to be the next big growth area for programmatic buying - find out why

Prediabetes is a laughing matter in latest Ad Council PSA

Prediabetes is a laughing matter in latest Ad Council PSA

, Ogilvy & Mather for Ad Council

You don't have time to get tested, so let's just do this now

With new TV ad, Donald Trump joins the 2016 ad spending frenzy

With new TV ad, Donald Trump joins the 2016 ad spending frenzy

Open coffers signal Trump is no longer content to coast on earned media

Even geniuses can't make TurboTax easier in Super Bowl spots

Even geniuses can't make TurboTax easier in Super Bowl spots

, Wieden & Kennedy Portland for Intuit

Wieden + Kennedy ads bring client back to big game for 3rd consecutive year

What Google's first Vietnamese ad says about mobile

What Google's first Vietnamese ad says about mobile

The search giant's campaign, which focuses on voice-based search in Vietnamese, carries a message about how mobile interaction is evolving

A Mr. Television wish list:  10 ways to improve the current season

A Mr. Television wish list: 10 ways to improve the current season

With the glut of new fall shows upon us, here are some ways to make the season better for all

Podcasts give a new 'American Life' to audio content

Podcasts give a new 'American Life' to audio content

Ira Glass and other Advertising Week speakers address the marketing potential of an audio renaissance

Study: Congressional candidates wasted $240M on TV in 2014

Study: Congressional candidates wasted $240M on TV in 2014

It's difficult for politicians to be direct about anything, but the smart ones will use direct methods to wring value

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