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."

Pornhub Says Traffic Went Limp During Missile Scare, Then Surged With Relief

The adult site, a surprising leader in data visualization, shares its insights from Hawaii's incoming-missile alert.

Old Spice’s ‘Sweat Mop Boys’ Are Here to Deodorize College Basketball

W+K creates a clever product integration that doesn't stink.

Kraft’s Super Bowl Ad Debut Will Address the Pressure on Parents to Be Perfect

The CPG brand says 'there’s no perfect way to family' and wants to celebrate love, effort and dedication.

Move to America? Maybe if Trump Leaves, Say Norway’s Top Creatives

The president's desire for more Norwegian immigrants, over those from 'shithole countries,' gets an icy reception.

This 2013 Ad About Michael Wolff Is Now Hilariously Topical

USA Today tried to warn execs about the Trump tell-all author.

The Year’s 8 Best Podcast Episodes That Raised the Bar for Storytelling

As podcasting has exploded, so have the creative possibilities.

Did Microsoft Lift This Designer’s Idea for an Xbox Game Ad?

A Redditor says his PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds spec concept was 'copied.'

Joliet’s Minor League Stadium is Now ‘The Cards Against Humanity Baseball Place’

Stunt wraps up the game's effort to 'save America'

Papa John, One of the Last CEO Ad Stars, Will Remain the Face of the Company for Now

But as he steps aside from leadership role, and CEO pitchmen fade in popularity, how long will he remain the spokesman?

Adweek’s 25 Most Popular Stories About Digital and Tech in 2017

It was a sink-or-swim year in which transformation and disruption became the new normal.