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2 Creatives Made a Fake Foundation to Promote a PSA-Style Music Video About...

In mid-November, Instagram and Facebook pages for what looked to be a new organization focused on sex education cropped up online. The organization, The Sexual Education Foundation, has quickly grown...

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4 of the Most Controversial Print Ads From Calvin Klein, Which Says It’s Done...

A 15-year-old Brooke Shields going commando. A 17-year-old Kate Moss going topless. Heroin chic, upskirt shots, exposed butt cracks (or entire butts) and a nonstop bacchanalia of group action. Calvin...

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9 Ways Advertising Can Take Advantage of Digital Growth in 2019

We're deep into the mechanisms of digital transformation. Retailers are gradually migrating to more automated customer experiences, there's an app for everything and algorithms rule advertising even...

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What Will it Take for Advertisers to Back Away From Facebook?

The New York Times reported on Tuesday that Facebook gave its partners access to more personal information of its users than the company had previously disclosed, including friends' lists, contact...

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Facebook and Twitter Took Down Pages and Accounts in Bangladesh

Social networks turned their attention to Bangladesh this week, as both Facebook and Twitter announced the removal of pages and accounts engaging in what both companies called coordinated behavior in...

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2018 Saw Connected TV Prove Its Worth, but There Are Still Ways Data Can...

Skyrocketing growth of streaming audiences has spurred an insatiable desire for advertising on these platforms. Having spent most of the year on the front lines meeting with hundreds of local agencies...

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The Bachelor Was Nielsen Social Content Ratings’ Most Social TV Show of 2018

ABC reality competition juggernaut The Bachelor was the most social television series in 2018 in terms of average interactions per episode on Facebook and Twitter, according to the year-end wrap-up...

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What Marketers Can Learn From Blippar’s Dissolution

It was with some surprise that we learned of the insolvency of Blippar, a much-heralded startup whose primary idea was to use mobile phone augmented reality to bring objects and physical advertising to...

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Agency Holiday Cards 2018: Inventive and Creative Send-Offs to the Year, Part 2

The submissions keep coming in, so we're going to keep highlighting the most interesting holiday cards of 2018. You can find the rest of the roundup here. Stay tuned for part three. &Barr -- "40...

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IBM-Powered AI Platform Wants to Reinvent the Influencer Marketing Model

A new content marketing platform is tapping artificial intelligence to match brands with content creators--but it doesn't consider itself to be in the influencer business. Built on technology from IBM...

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20-Plus Brands Have Stopped Advertising on Tucker Carlson Tonight After...

Samsung, SodaStream, Pfizer's Robitussin, Jaguar-Land Rover, TD Ameritrade, and SanDisk are among at least 20 brands that have either fully stopped or temporarily suspended advertising on Fox News' 8...

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Tubi Claims to Be the ‘Stupid Smart Way’ to Stream in New Campaign

Tubi, an ad-supported, free-to-consumers streaming service, is "the best free steaming service that no one has ever heard of," according to the company's head of marketing, but a new brand campaign...

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The Data Behind a Few of 2018’s Most Successful Brand Scandals

No matter how hard you plan and how carefully you control your messaging, scandals sometimes hit. Brand scandals are all different, but one thing is universal: They can seriously tarnish a company's...

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Instagram: Here’s How to Ask for Music Recommendations in Stories

Instagram recently updated the questions sticker in Stories to allow users to ask their viewers for music recommendations. Our guide will show you how this works. Note: These screenshots were captured...

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Fortune Magazine Officially Sells to Thai Businessman

Meredith has finalized its sale of Fortune magazine to Thai businessman Chatchaval Jiaravanon, the magazine publisher announced today. The brand was purchased for $150 million cash by Fortune Media...

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A New Study Commissioned by Snapchat Reveals How Millennials Shop

Surprise, surprise millennials not only love to shop but they do it using a variety of payment methods. That and a few other notable data points are out today in a new study commissioned by Snap Inc....

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Agencies Have Been Resistant to Change, and They’re Dropping the Ball Again...

With every major technological shift, some companies evolve while others get left behind. Agencies in the face of programmatic are no exception. Programmatic has changed advertising for the better, and...

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Agency Holiday Cards 2018: Inventive and Creative Send-Offs to the Year, Part 3

Adweek's roundup of agency holiday cards continues with approaches including gaming, ASMR, animated videos and a take on Drunk History. Please find links to the rest of the roundups below: Agency...

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134 Million Shoppers Will Scramble for Gifts on ‘Super Saturday’

Brace yourself for yet another retail holiday. This time, it's Super Saturday, or the Saturday before Christmas, and it is upon us. According to a survey from industry body the National Retail...

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Comcast Is Working With Spectrum and Viacom on a Blockchain-Based Identity...

Comcast's advertising unit today announced it is working with Spectrum Reach and Viacom on a blockchain-based offering that will help it better match audience data with advertisers in a...

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