24 Hours in Advertising: Monday, May 18, 2015

Female ad leaders talk Mad Men, and David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks


Here's everything you need to know about the last 24 hours in advertising, in case you blinked.

Buzzing on Adweek:

David Lynch returns to Twin Peaks
Just one month after parting ways with Showtime's Twin Peaks, David Lynch announced he will return to direct the entire series. (Adweek)

2015-2016 broadcast schedule
Take a look at the complete schedule of 2015-2016 broadcast TV shows, including the return of a Shonda Rhimes-packed Thursday. (Adweek)

How Man Men clients are doing on Twitter today 
AMC's Mad Men features quite a few real clients that are still around today. Take a look at how those brands are performing on Twitter today. (Adweek)


Around the Web:

Taco Bell contemplates serving alcohol
A Taco Bell in Chicago applied for a liquor license, signaling the location is considering serving alcohol. (Huffington Post)

Luxury brands sue Alibaba
A number of luxury brands, including Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci, sued Alibaba for allegedly allowing people to sell counterfeit goods. (Re/code)

Starbucks mobile app gets hacked
Starbucks insists that it hasn't been hacked, but some customers using the company's mobile app have had money taken from their Starbucks cards and accounts. (USA Today)

Women comment on the state of the ad industry
Mad Men's series finale aired Sunday night and four women in the advertising industry spoke on how women in the business were portrayed in the show and what it's like for ad women today. (Harper's Bazaar)


Industry Shake-Ups:

Accounts in review
SC Johnson consolidated its digital media business with PHD, while Royal Caribbean selected Mullen Lowe as its new lead agency. (Adweek)