Friday, August 15, 2014
by Barbara Lippert
At one point on "30 Rock," NBC's show about a fake version of the NBC show "Saturday Night Live," Tracy Jordan, the demented comic played by Tracy Morgan, gives Kenneth -- the hyper-dutiful blue-blazered intern -- some advice. "Live every week like it's Shark Week," Jordan tells his mentee, gravely. That's pretty funny advice, and in any context, Shark Week gets a laugh. More »


Out To Launch
People On The Move
Account On The Move
Media Psssst
by Richard Whitman
There's a heated debate going on between 4A's President Nancy Hill and Association of National Advertisers ... More »
by Steve McClellan
In its latest forecast, the WPP media arm projects a 4.5% gain in global spending this year to $534 billon with 5% more growth coming in 2015. U.S. growth will reach 3.4% this year, followed by 4.2% in 2015. More »
by Larissa Faw
The transformation was not part of the original plan, executives at HP ad shop 180LA say. But one Vine video became a viral sensation, and that sparked the idea of expanding the campaign's reach through TV. More »
by Steve McClellan
The work is being done on behalf of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project, and will run through 2015 leading up to a United Nations convention where an action plan will be discussed to address climate change. More »
by Larissa Faw
A new campaign from Young & Laramore features print ads shot by fashion photographer Greg Lotus that showcase models wearing vintage Christian Dior, Antonio Bernardi, and Jasmine Di Milo glamorously placed alongside three Brizo fittings. More »
by Steve McClellan
The appointment comes as a number of shops are beefing up their healthcare practices, seen as a growth sector. Healthcare businesses generate significant portions of holding company revenues. More »