David Griner

David Griner

David Griner is a longtime writer and editor at Adweek.
David Griner is an Adweek editor and director of digital initiatives. He's been covering agencies, creativity, technology and marketing innovation for more than a decade and is host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

A Soldier Statue Is Slowly Melting in London, Marking 100 Years Since a Bloodbath Fought in Mud

Visit Flanders created a powerful art installation commemorating World War I's horrific Battle of Passchendaele of 1917.

The ’80s Are Back, and They’ve Got ‘Hungry Eyes’ for Your Streaming Options in This Gloriously Weird Ad

Australian Netflix competitor Stan revives a classic look, and song.

Does KFC’s New Ad Make Chickens Look Too Charming to Eat?

Critics say the chain's first U.K. work from agency Mother could almost be a PETA spot.

This Privacy App’s Painfully Funny Site Shows the Dangers of Sharing Your Screen at Work

If you've ever shared a screen with a client or coworker, you know the nightmare of unexpected notifications. Muzzle wants to help.

For National Tequila Day, 3 L.A. Water Fountains Were Upgraded to Dispense Jose Cuervo Silver

CP+B called its refreshingly potent stunt "H2Cuervo."

After Slicing up a Fart Sandwich, Square’s Twitter Ninja Says ‘Staying Silent Would Be Deadly’

Cheeky takeaways from brand social media lead Nick Dimichino on his viral takedown of a troll.

On the Adweek Podcast: The Year’s Best Ads (So Far)

The Adweek team recaps our picks for the top marketing gems of 2017's first half.

Burger King CMO Says Brands Must Respect Agencies as Partners, Not Dismiss Them as Vendors

"Agencies are not vending machines. You cannot throw in a few dollars and expect good creative to come out."

5 Must-Listen Podcast Interviews From This Year’s Cannes Lions

Solid advice from some of today's top minds in marketing in media, including Ira Glass and Airbnb's Rachel Holbrook.

Cannes’ Titanium Lions Go to 4 Marketing Campaigns That Empower and Embolden

Reserved for the most forward-thinking marketing work, the Titanium Lions this year went to campaigns that generate energy and intensity, not sympathy.