As you probably know, The Creative Hall of Fame honors lifetime achievement in the advertising industry and such luminaries as Mary Wells, David Ogilvy. The first inductee was Leo Burnett in 1961.
New England's Revolution soccer team has launched a feisty new brand campaign that seemingly provokes the local citizenry in Boston to near fisticuffs.
Procter & Gamble released Q4 earnings results today that beat analysts' expectations, in part because the company cut a chunk of its digital ad spending.
Procter & Gamble and activist investor Nelson Peltz are now seeking consumer support in their nasty corporate battle via ads on Google.
It's a U.S. media assignment that will be led from the shop's San Francisco office.
The group unveiled new branding and leadership today, the first steps in a series of changes aimed at revitalizing the 38-year-old award for the multi-screen era.
Yep, that Erin Johnson-JWT Lawsuit is still ongoing, and now the defendants want to drag Omnicom's TBWA into it.
Big news on the account front came down late yesterday. Cosmetic giant Revlon consolidated its advertising and media accounts with WPP's Grey, the client's new global creative AOR, and sibling media agency MediaCom, without a review.
WiFi provider Luma is out with a new campaign for its Guardian Subscription Service today starring the original Most Interesting Man (aka Jonathan Goldsmith) that stokes concerns about privacy issues.
Well, at least that's what a self-congratulatory campaign from FCB Canada proclaims. But for most of you, I'd be careful what you say on your resume about that.