The Congressional Oversight Committee's leaders are recommending Conway be reprimanded or even dismissed.
David Griner is digital managing editor of Adweek.
David Griner is digital managing editor of Adweek, where he leads the news coverage team and coordinates the publication's digital channels. He is the creator of #AdweekChat on Twitter and host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."
At last year's Super Bowl, Skittles showed up to the party with Steven Tyler and one of the oddest ads of the game. This year, the candy brand is keeping it weird—thankfully without any high-pitched antics.
While much of Europe seems understandably concerned about Donald Trump's "America First" stance, the Dutch are happy to find a middle ground: "The Netherlands Second."
A new ad from the brand and agency 180LA is debuting today during CNN's coverage of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration, but its message is notably out of sync with Trump's general worldview of American exceptionalism and (specifically) distrust of Muslims.
The year is young, but Wendy's is getting an early start on being one of 2017's hottest brands on Twitter. So hot, in fact, you might get a wicked burn. When a Twitter user posted some (now-deleted) comments questioning the fast food chain's claim of never freezing its beef, the @Wendys feed politely corrected him. Then things escalated quickly. Here's how it went down, with copious thanks to Upworthy writer Parker Molloy for capturing it all before the critic deleted his posts (and, apparently, his entire account):
When a kid wants to wear the same thing to school every day, there's always a reason. And that reason is rarely something easy to put into words. Is it comfort? Security? A desire to stand out—or hide in plain sight? You'll find these questions spinning through your head as you try to unravel this touching ad from Globe Telecom in the Philippines, where the brand officially partnered with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story for a campaign called #CreateCourage. The ad tells the story of a child going to school each day in a stormtrooper helmet, often escorted by a supportive older brother. But of course, I don't want to spoil the reveal, so give it a watch:
AMSTERDAM—Actress Margaret Qualley winked, strutted and laser-blasted her way into the hearts of judges at this year's Epica Awards, where her long-form ad for Kenzo Parfums has won the Grand Prix in film.