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    Remember when Don Draper's had his epiphany at the meditation retreat? It inspired him to dream up a famous commercial, but it could easily have led to something like KFC's "Comfort Zone," a hallucinogenic new campaign by Wieden + Kennedy that suggests--by playing around with the tropes of meditation--that KFC's Pot Pie is just the...

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    Ever wonder why Taco Bell doesn't sell fries? That question sets off Josh Duhamel on a epic quest in the brand's new faux movie trailer for a thriller called Web of Fries, which looks like the perfect plane movie. The 90-second spot, from Deutsch, hits every thriller trope with aplomb, and making the big bad...

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    Jeff Brooks, formerly president and chief marketing officer of digital agency Huge, has gone client-side, joining mattress company, and Huge client, Casper as CMO. Casper named Huge as its creative agency of record late last year. "I've appreciated the product as a customer, admired the brand as a consumer, and can't wait to take the...

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    Mars, the confectionery, pet care and food conglomerate behind brands like M&M's, Snickers, Orbit and Pedigree, is placing its global media business in review as it looks to consolidate all planning and buying duties, currently handled by three agencies, with one entity. Since 2014, WPP's MediaCom has handled global media planning for Mars, with the...

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    Scripps Networks Interactive launched an HGTV Facebook Messenger bot, designed to help users discover design inspirations that they can implement in their own homes. The bot, named Hazel, allows users to access decorating tips related to specific rooms, browse trends based on style type and project and save galleries for easier access later on. Users...

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    Wait, we're not done with the 2017 lists yet! Here's an intriguing one from research firm System1 ranking the 10 most emotionally engaging spots of the year--based on testing of 705 award-winning or viral global TV ads and digital films among 56,400 consumers. Coming out on top was a little-known British ad with less than...

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    The whirlwind of last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is in the rearview mirror now. Not surprisingly, the event was full of data and stats about everything from the Internet of Things to smart TVs and artificial intelligence. Here's what stuck out to us last week, as well as a couple of numbers...

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    This is a real offer: Try a healthy snack that tastes like some combination of hyena crap, garbage, resentment and sawdust. Bring it on, you say? The marketer Kind feels confident that its new protein-packed bar is considerably more palatable than that. But you--the first 10,000 consumers to step up, that is--can be the judge....

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    In today's world of social media speed, fake news and announcing deaths before they happen, how does a brand not just gain the trust of their consumers, but keep it, as well? I attended the Family Online Safety Institute's annual conference in Washington, D.C., last November, where a great deal of the research centered around...

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    The Consumer Electronics Show is meant to display the future of humanity. There's a certain optimism in looking at how technology advances society; how we can take an ordinary refrigerator and make it "smart." But for a small band of operators, there's a bigger mission: getting people to look to the heavens and get excited...

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    Polish cosmonaut Tadeusz Kuziora was one of a handful of elite pilots who trained for the Soyuz 30 mission in the late 1970s, but he never made the journey into space. Until he did, four decades later by way of Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Gear VR goggles. The brand and its agency VML Poland won...

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    Donut, the Los Angeles creative agency launched last year by indie filmmakers Mark and Jay Duplass, is already expanding to the East Coast--setting up shop in New York. The agency hired Sarah Dale to lead the New York office, naming her chief commercial officer. Dale was formerly the vice president of digital and content at...

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    It's jarring to see a water brand called Liquid Death. But what if it's actually just right for the times--appealing to young people in the brand language they tend to like, but promoting a healthier product, which they also increasingly value? Mike Cessario, a West Coast agency creative, created Liquid Death last year as a...

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    "Is it going to look good in a selfie?" The answer to this question can make or break a modern brand. With good reason, too: the way a product is going to be discovered, shared, talked about and bought is today more important than the product itself. Modern beauty brands figured out that, as long...

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    A recent study from the University of Glasgow suggested each individual dog has his or her own unique taste in music. This was music to Spotify's ears, and the streaming service has now partnered with an animal shelter in Germany to match owners and adoptable pets based on their song choices. The program, dreamed up...

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    Verizon will make an appearance in Super Bowl LII. The brand confirmed to Adweek that it will air an ad during the game, but didn't provide any further details. Verizon last appeared in the Super Bowl in 2011, when it aired a 30-second spot featuring pitchman Paul Marcarelli and focused on Verizon's claim as "America's...

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    As global leaders gather in Davos next week to try to create a shared future in a fractured world, what's the role of marketers and creative agencies? In this era of seismic disruption, technology is overturning entire business models and transforming the way that customers live, buy and think. Marketing today requires thinking well beyond...

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    Facebook's board of directors welcomed its first African-American member, as American Express chairman and CEO Kenneth Chenault will take a seat effective Feb. 5. Chenault has been with American Express for 37 years, and he is retiring as chairman and CEO effective Feb. 1, to be succeeded by vice chairman Stephen Squeri. Zuckerberg said in...

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    After last week's news that Facebook is revamping its News Feed, small businesses needed some good news from Facebook, and they received it in the form of an update on the Facebook Community Boost program, which was originally announced last November. Facebook Community Boost is aimed at helping small businesses in the U.S. grow and...

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    We're getting pretty well-versed in testicular cancer awareness ads, and in the weird--sometimes creepy--ways associations find of getting people to do something we oddly all hate doing: checking ourselves regularly to ensure early prevention. Here's the Colombian League Against Cancer's approach. It might not be the most imaginative, but we like how the act of...

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