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First Mover Interview: Randall Rothenberg

Back at the IAB, the short-time Time Inc. exec ruminates on post-modern man.

Adweek: Every issue we’re going to have a conversation with a media person who’s recently changed jobs—like you. But your new job is your old job. You ran the IAB,…

Symetra Financial

Dating back to his stint on Fernwood Tonight, Fred Willard has made a brilliant career of playing doltish people. And he's just as good at it in a series of…

Scottrade

At the beginning of this commercial (via agency Gearon Hoffman), we're welcomed to Scottrade, "where you get the knowledge and resources to become a more confident investor." There's something a…

Scottrade "Tart Chart"

At the beginning of this commercial (via agency Gearon Hoffman), we're welcomed to Scottrade, "where you get the knowledge and resources to become a more confident investor." There's something a…

Mightytape with Billy Mays

StubHub, "Tiger in a Hot Tub"

After 11 years in business, StubHub is finally launching its first-ever national ad campaign. Naturally, it's picked one of the busiest times of the year for tickets—with a dense sports…

Three Olives Vodka, "Cowboys"

Something that's missing from a lot of TV commercials these days is a strong concept, an idea that persists beyond a single spot and even transcends the ads themselves. Often…

Microsoft's Bing, "Smartphone"

JWT is back with the latest installment in its "Search Overload" campaign for Microsoft's Bing search engine. You've seen the ads—with people driven to rambling nonsensical search-term monologues by rival…

Major League Baseball, "Brian Wilson's Epic Beard"

In honor of Major League Baseball's opening day, here's some quirky new work from Hill Holliday under the theme, "MLB Always Epic." This first spot—one of four currently in rotation…

Hispanic Agencies Eye Future

NEW YORK If anyone who attended the Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies 23rd semi-annual meeting last week thought that marketing aimed at Latinos has flat-lined, it's the premise that's dead,…

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