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    Subway's reintroduction to the public doesn't include any company backstory like its previous campaign. It doesn't mention five dollar footlongs or reference vegetables. And of course, longtime spokesperson Jared Fogle is nowhere to be seen. Instead, the minute-long anthem spot debuting today during the Olympics focuses on variety, the so-called spice of life. A series...

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    Facebook users had their minds on health and wellness in January, as bodyweight exercise, regenerative medicine and spiral vegetable slicer were all Topics to Watch for the month, according to Facebook IQ. Conversation about bodyweight exercise and related terms aerobic exercise, burpee, calisthenics, fitness, functional training, gym, kettlebells, pull-up, squat and strength training was up...

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    Playing the lottery is all about chasing a fantasy. And a new ad for the New York Lottery's Cash4Life scratch-off game offers a delightful little vignette from one man's unexpected dream. In the :60, created by McCann New York, a swing set squeaks on an abandoned playground in an unnamed small town. The streets are...

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    Lincoln has named Serena Williams as its new celebrity brand ambassador for the 2018 Lincoln Navigator. "Serena is an amazing athlete who has won 23 Grand Slams, but she also has a family and her own clothing line, she sits on major boards and she's philanthropic--she has all these competing demands on her time," The...

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    Did you know Facebook Messenger allows you to chat with others in secret conversations featuring end-to-end encryption? Our guide will show you how to start a secret conversation in the Messenger application. Note: These screenshots were captured in the Messenger app on iOS. Step 1: Tap the new message button in the top-right corner of...

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    If you're a creative director at an agency you might tune out ads more than the average person--even if the copy is incredibly clever. At least, that was the thinking behind Musicbed's hypertargeted out-of-home campaign which uses billboards, subway posters and windows to send messages to top creatives like Barton F. Graf's Gerry Graf, 360i...

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    Staffers at the U.S. Senate and House Armed Services Committees recently called on the new head of the U.S. Army's in-house marketing division to brief them on the organization's advertising efforts, an Army spokesperson confirmed today. The meeting was prompted, at least in part, by Adweek's recent coverage of those efforts. Elizabeth F. Wilson, who...

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    Some Nike commercials are as memorable for their camerawork, and the way they're shot, as for their celebrity stars or message of inspiration. Guy Ritchie's stunning 2008 spot "Take It to the Next Level" immediately comes to mind. A decade later, the brand's newest effort from Wieden + Kennedy London, titled "Nothing Beats a Londoner,"...

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    iProspect has named Belle Lenz its U.S. chief marketing officer and Joel Grossman its first-ever chief technology officer. Lenz was formerly communications director of the Americas for the global digital marketing agency's parent, Dentsu Aegis Network. Grossman hails from Leapfrog Online, the performance shop iProspect acquired last year, where he served in the same role....

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    The Jamaican bobsled team has been a world-famous underdog since first appearing on the Olympic scene in 1988. The team's unlikely path to the global stage was made famous in the 1993 movie Cool Runnings, but returning to the Olympics has been a challenge ever since, with financial support often in short supply. This year,...

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    PokerStars puts on its game face and bids newbies to sign up for some online gambling action in fresh work themed, "You're already a great poker player." Hey, why not cash in that 401(k) and really take charge of your financial future, right? "To recruit new players and poker beginners, we had to convince non-expert...

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    A coup d'etat is taking place across the television industry. It used to be that cable providers were the reigning powers of television, declaring what consumers would watch and when. Not home in time? Sorry, you missed this week's episode of Seinfeld. But no longer. The last year has marked a distinct shift in power...

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    Almost three decades after its spot "Lion," directed by Jean-Paul Goude, stormed the Cannes Lions festival, winning the Grand Prix in Film, Perrier has rolled out a remake of sorts--with everything on an intentionally smaller scale. The original spot, an absolute classic from Ogilvy Paris, featured a woman and a lion fighting over a bottle...

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    Despite the explosion in mobile advertising (eMarketer pegs mobile to generate $70 billion in the U.S. this year, up from $47 billion in 2016), mobile advertising, by and large, still sucks. Creative is often jammed into small boxes and ad formats that litter websites, and in some cases, marketers use deceptive design tricks to incentivize...

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    While Michael B. Jordan has been behind the camera a few times, he sees the new 60-second spot he directed for Brisk as his directorial debut. The ad shines a light on the invisible work that goes into the creative process--like the work Jordan has to do to get into his character as Erik Killmonger...

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    Hearts & Science welcomed A.J. Storinge from GroupM as its new executive director, media on the AT&T account. Storinge will be tasked with leading AT&T media across the New York, Atlanta and Dallas offices while reporting to Ralph Pardo, Hearts & Science president on the account. Last year, AT&T began the process of moving its...

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    Like many entrepreneurial professionals, Lynne Lambert sees a lot of swag in her business travels, and also like many professionals, she has to make a tough call about the swag bags she's found herself toting around trade-show floors. It goes like this: "Everything is heavily logoed, and I have to decide: Do I toss this?...

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    It doesn't take a lot for people to stop believing in their institutions. It doesn't take much to dampen our sense of injustice and the motivation to force change. If too many messages conflict, too many injustices go unpunished and too much infighting is left to fester in our fresh-dug trenches, we can easily become...

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    Voice technology was everywhere at CES this year (toilets included), in large part because it's an easy, natural interface. But it still requires input from consumers--which, at least in marketing terms, means friction remains. "There are few things more natural than simply asking for something and having that thing brought to you," said Jason Snyder,...

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    Twitter took a look back at the video game-related content on its platform in 2017. In a blog post, Rishi Chadha, head of gaming content partnerships at Twitter, said more than 218 million tweets about gaming were shared by users around the world last year. In terms of mentions, the most-mentioned video game globally in...

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