The week's account wins, promotions and new hires.
A five-part docuseries on the groundbreaking group of women breaks ground for the brand, too.
What's happening on the world stage offers opportunity, not challenges, says the brand's chief marketing officer.
Boutique agency Invisible Man teamed up with the Joyful Heart Foundation for the powerful spot.
Here's this year's slew of V-Day campaigns.
YouTube influencers, sexier shopping searches and a ton of data are all part of Google's master plan.
"Experience the Moment" brings together athletes and their far-away support systems.
The clothing brand sold thousands of limited edition items at unreal prices to unsuspecting shoppers who thought they were knock-offs.
The in-house "One For All" campaign is meant to help the brand stay on top after a decade of success.
BBDO New York's Ida continues the organization's growth beyond its job board origins.
BBH London showcases real employees in their birthday suits in new spots that make everything clear.
Overall revenues at Publicis Groupe fell 0.4 percent to €9.69 billion ($11.86 billion) last year, but the firm achieved a standout performance in the UK and a strong second half in North America.
The industry doesn't seem to have room for many over 40. But once we reach that milestone, invisible can't be the new normal, says Havas PR's Marian Salzman.
Amazon, Pepsi and Toyota all scored big wins, and Dodge clinched a dubious honor.
3 percenters made their voices heard during the Big Game for the fifth year in a row.
The Big Game's ratings were down 3 percent from last year.
Augmented reality, teased for several years, finally breaks through at the Big Game.
An open letter from the infamous organization pleads for a less sexualized intermission during the Big Game.
The social media giant has some tips for brands looking to make the most of the platform's biggest day of the year.
Those declaring the death of broadcast must always contend with the 100+ million viewers that flock to their TV sets every Super Bowl.
Coming off a year of growth for women's content, the porn leader makes a campaign about "the dirty deed."
The longtime customer stars in a series of offbeat spots in a campaign created entirely in-house.
The women-only diversity organization has created a sister organization, for men.
But with the Olympics on the horizon, this year could be very different.
This creative director likes treatises on music and sports and doesn't let politics bring him down.
The social media giant enlisted 15 influencers to make short films that push the bounds of the medium.
Fans can win real cash toward their savings goals by playing during ad breaks.
The holding company called the allegations presented to auditors on Tuesday a "destabilization attempt."
A $25,000 prize awaits the most innovative idea for improving global connectivity.
Want to watch all the ads that ran during Super Bowl LII? Check out Campaign's comprehensive list here.
Copy-testing is usually the blunt instrument that beats out the sometimes unexplainable magic of an ad or campaign, says Young & Laramore's president.
The Emmy-award winning producer says brands need to transform to a 'consumer-first' content marketing mindset
WPP, Publicis Groupe and Omnicom are on alert as Mars has called a $1.4 billion global media review to consolidate its business with one group.
Eli Rezkallah's genderbent photo series puts men in their place: women's.
During this year's Big Game, only one person will get to taste the rainbow.
The International Olympic Committee's Rule 40 ad ban is still in full effect for PyeongChang.
Technology and sports are converging in new and exciting ways, said WPP's CEO.
Ahead of Super Bowl LII, current and former NFL players square off in the kitchen for a good cause.
From faucets that listen to TVs that watch you back, even smarter appliances are on the way.
Some of the technologies and trends that were greeted with awe in years past are now maturing, finding their place and providing real-world value in the here and now, says AKQA's head of emerging technologies.
In order to better predict users' needs, AI is hungry for more, and more personal, data, say experts from Amazon, Microsoft and IBM.
Jessica Lauretti, global head at RYOT Studio, discusses how to make a brand film stand out.
Potential benefits far outweigh potential drawbacks, making political engagement well worth considering.
From top search terms to demographic changes, the porn giant crunched serious numbers.
Chief creative officer says it must recognize "a real desire for some kind of value exchange."
A new Ace Metrix survey analyzes the right time for brands to use the strategy.
From essential topics like brand planning and account management to existential issues like work-life balance and conceptual thinking, here are the most-read opinion pieces of the year.
Women's voices dominated many of the stories that 2017 will be remembered for.
Whether promoting products or world peace, these campaigns tried to give us all a break from the chaos outside.
National brands need to understand cultural references before trying to make inroads with Jewish consumers.