Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster Comment


-Ogilvy & Mather New York launched a campaign for Hidden Figures and IBM (video above).

-GM is partnering with Girls Who Code, offering the non-profit a $250,000 grant.

-Deloitte’s latest global survey finds that TV advertising will pretty much stay where it is, which is a more positive outlook than we expected.

-The Politico vets who launched Axios say they want to run native ads that don’t require a click. So…banners?

-Social media agency Laundry Service is pushing hard to bring the Olympics to L.A. in 2024.

-The Directory Big Won Network Rankings for 2016 were released, with BBDO topping the list for agency networks. 

-Beattie Group CEO Laura Woods said that Kevin Roberts‘ controversial comments to Business Insider were “irrelevant” to the agency.

-Here’s The New York Times’ take on new Instagram “Stories” ads.

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