• Richard Whitman Has Left The Building
    He is out for a little R&R but will be back soon.
  • Podcasts Grow As Branding Tool
    Nielsen research has shown that over half of U.S. households listen to podcasts. Brands, of course, are getting in on the action.
  • Gaggle of Democratic Hopefuls Unite For Anti-Gun-Violence Ad
    Elizabeth Warren must have drawn the short straw. She kicks things off by noting that "gun violence is literally life and death." OK, that's just a bad piece of copywriting.
  • Using VR Technology To Give Pitches An Extra Pop
    Startup Voxel is helping creatives sharpen their hard-to-visualize concepts by using immersive VR and 3D formats.
  • Taking The Stigma Out Of Opioid Addiction
    WPP and iHeartMedia are part of the National Opioid Action Coalition, which has launched a new project designed to spark difficult conversations around opioid abuse.
  • Longtime TBWA Creative Milner Sues For Wrongful Termination
    Duncan Milner, the longtime TBWA creative executive who led numerous award-winning Apple ad campaigns, has sued the agency for wrongful termination in Los Angeles Superior Court.
  • KFC's Next Colonel, 'Rudy,' Has A New Dream
    A few days ago, I got a teaser note from a PR person that the new Colonel would be a "well-known actor who will reprise his role from a classic football movie."
  • GroupM's Wieser: 'Marketers Need To Be Prepared For A Downturn'
    While there are pockets of opportunity, economic growth worldwide is "generally slower than previously observed," said Brian Wieser, global president, business intelligence, GroupM.
  • Can You Name The UN's 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals?
    TBWA Melbourne joined forces with the United Nations and other partners to welcome Swedish climate-change activist and Noble prize nominee Greta Thunberg, 16, to New York, ahead of next month's Change Action Summit.
  • Ackerman McQueen Lays Off 50, Closes VA Office
    For most agencies, there will be some pain when ties are severed with a client. In this case, the National Rifle Association has been paying $40 million in annual fees.
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