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    Creative agency Laundry Service and its production wing Cycle went through a large-scale "restructuring" today, parting with founder and CEO Jason Stein as well as dozens of staff members. Wasserman, the talent management company that acquired Laundry Service in 2015, confirmed Stein's departure in a statement. It also confirmed that three leaders will succeed him:...

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    Austin-based creative agency GSD&M is launching a strategy studio consisting of general marketing strategists and decision sciences specialists. Through the creation of the new model, the agency hopes to meet increased client demand for strategic leadership from creative agency partners, delivering comprehensive strategic leadership and deeper insights to clients by combining its strategic practices in...

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    Remember when IHOP freaked out the entire internet after announcing it would no longer be called the International House of Pancakes and instead would become IHOb, International House of Burgers? It feels like years have passed since then, but it's only been a month since that fateful day. The good news is that the name...

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    New Yorker management agreed to voluntarily recognize the union after staffers overwhelmingly voted in favor of forming one early last month. The Cond? Nast title joins a host of other publications that have recently unionized, including Gizmodo Media Group, Vox Media, HuffPost, VICE, The Intercept, ThinkProgress, MTV News, Thrillist and Salon. "After a series of...

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    If a part of you has ever wondered how quintessential action star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson would have fared as a '90s movie icon, then good news: Nerdist has you covered. The cross-platform entertainment hub released a retro reimagining, dubbed a Nerdist Remix, of the trailer for Johnson's latest summer blockbuster, Skyscraper. From Universal Pictures,...

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    The implementation of GDPR places many uncomfortable limitations on the digital advertising marketplace for both business operations working within and outside the countries that span the EU. But looking past the squeeze GDPR puts on our business practices or the posturing and righteous rhetoric of those companies that have thrown huge amounts of dollars toward...

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    When Fox Sports spent more than $400 million in 2011 to outbid ESPN for the rights to the four FIFA World Cup tournaments from 2015 to 2022, it never expected its first men's World Cup wouldn't include the U.S. team, which was eliminated from contention last October. But as the 2018 World Cup semifinals begin...

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    The ad industry has been talking about diversity and inclusion for years. But after decades of critical thought, we're still not there yet. So, what are we missing? What haven't we tried? What can bridge the gap between the world we see now and the world we want to see? Equity. Not to be confused...

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    Facebook is taking yet another leaf out of Snapchat's playbook by bringing augmented reality commerce ads to the platform, the company announced at a holiday shopping event today. Michael Kors first tested the feature by creating an AR ad that let Facebook users "try on" sunglasses, and the functionality is rolling out to a few...

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    Disruption is a familiar term in advertising, but there's one modern development that's had a bigger impact on advertising than anything before it. Surprise! It's social media. The introduction of social has not only changed the way ads are distributed, but it's changed the way we interact with them. To engage today's social audience is...

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    A beautiful new short film from BMW China and Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai is celebrating a special kind of superhero: hardworking dads. The 15-minute video tells the story of a businessman and his family. His young son, frustrated with his father's long hours and late nights at the office, grasps for understanding. But the boy,...

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    YouTube now has 25 million new ways to combat fake news, courtesy of parent company Google. The video site revealed in a blog post by chief product officer Neal Mohan and chief business officer Robert Kyncl that the Google News Initiative will commit $25 million specifically to YouTube. Google unveiled the Google News Initiative in...

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    Facebook is hopeful about its plans to build out WhatsApp's offerings for business accounts, but it's staying mum on whether ads might be coming to the encrypted messaging service. David Fischer, Facebook's vice president of business and marketing partnerships, wouldn't rule out the possibility in a recent interview with Adweek. "In time, we'll figure it...

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    WhatsApp users will now have a way to tell if messages they receive have been forwarded to them. The Facebook-owned messaging application said in a blog post that starting Tuesday, it will label messages that have been forwarded from other people. WhatsApp wrote, "Starting today, WhatsApp will indicate which messages you receive have been forwarded...

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    Pinterest Wednesday introduced new collaboration tools for its group boards, on mobile and web, enabling Pinners to more easily plan events and projects. The company said in a blog post that its new group board activity feed will enable users in the group to keep tabs on activity such as new Pins that are saved,...

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    The Information Commissioner's Office, the privacy regulator in the U.K., is threatening Facebook with its maximum penalty over the Cambridge Analytica user data scandal, but the punishment would be far more symbolic than it would be damaging. The maximum fine that can be levied by the ICO is 500,000 pounds, or approximately $662.5 million, which...

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    This week, Adweek is honoring the most badass women in sports, including alpine racing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin, Adidas vp Alegra O'Hare and Lara Price, COO of the Philadelphia 76ers. Check out our entire list of the Most Powerful Women in Sports here. On this week's episode of the Adweek podcast Yeah, That's Probably an Ad,...

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    Ecommerce company Jet.com is opening a fulfillment center in the Bronx borough of New York in the fall. The center will reportedly enable deliveries of groceries and other items within the Bronx, as well as to Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. (Customers in Staten Island will have to wait.) It's the latest move in a busy...

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    Ogilvy terminated its longtime global creative leader Tham Khai Meng today after employees complained about unspecified violations of company policy, according to an internal memo from CEO John Seifert. In the memo, sent to all staff today, Seifert mentioned complaints "regarding the behavior of Tham Khai Meng" that came to his attention two weeks ago....

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    For most ad campaigns, winning gold at the Cannes Lions is the ultimate goal, often capping many months of industry acclaim and passaround. But here's a good example of an advertising effort for which Cannes was more of a launchpad than a finish line. DDB Group D?sseldorf's "Highlight the Remarkable" campaign for the Stabilo Boss...

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