• New KFC Colonel Is One Cool Cat
    The fast-food chicken chain is launching a limited-time menu item for the month of July that combines Chicken and Cheetos into the new Cheetos Sandwich.
  • More Soup For You: 'Seinfeld' Experience Coming To New York
    For those of you who still love watching "Seinfeld" reruns - and I know you're out there - you're in for a treat this fall.
  • Sex Toy Ads And The NYC Transit System
    While everybody in Adland was focused on Cannes last week, one advertiser - Dame Products, maker of women's sex toys - was busy suing the Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York for violating its First Amendment Rights.
  • Like IPG, Publicis Groupe Says It Won't Participate In NRA Review
    Make that two holding companies that won't have anything to do with the National Rifle Association's upcoming agency pitch, now that the gun-rights group has bitterly parted ways with Ackerman McQueen, its longstanding agency
  • WPP Says Goodbye To The Farm Group
    The post-production services company was determined to be a "non-core" asset at the holding company.
  • Omnicom Wins Top Holding Company Honors, Wieden Is Agency Of The Year At Cannes
    Cannes Lions wrapped on Friday with Omnicom taking home holding company of the year honors for the second year in a row. Interpublic was second and WPP came in third.
  • Papa John's Advertising-Marketing Budget Gets $80M Infusion
    The company reported spending $60.8 million on advertising and related costs in 2018. The additional spending pledge is a sizeable bump.
  • The WFA's New Voice Coalition
    Founded in partnership with Fast-Up Partners (FUP), the group was created following research examining the way consumers use voice-enabled assistants to guide their purchase decisions.
  • WFA Reports Clutter, Other Issues Hamper Ad Awareness
    The new report, titled "The State Of Advertising," was created with The Economist Group and released at Cannes.
  • WPP, iHeartMedia Announce Major New Audio Partnership
    The two companies said the project, announced at Cannes, is designed to help brands better engage with consumers across all audio platforms: broadcast radio, digital streaming, podcasts, smart speakers and live events.
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