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."

Adweek Has Launched a Jobs Board for Openings in Marketing, Media and Tech

The new careers portal, Jobs.adweek.com, offers tools for both employers and job seekers

On the Adweek Podcast: The Year’s Most Innovative (and Sometimes Odd) Marketing Ideas

On this week's episode, we talk Project Isaac winners, the iPhone X and much more.

Doogie Howser Is Back in Scrubs as Cigna Reprises Its Fun ‘TV Doctors’ Campaign

Private Practice's Kate Walsh also joins the lineup.

On the Adweek Podcast: As Dmexco Nears, Digital Advertising Is at a Crossroads

Our podcast panel also looks at the year's best brand marketers and the surprising revival of LinkedIn.

WWE Held Auditions for the Next Colonel Sanders, and Yep, Things Turned Comically Violent

Only one wrestler could hold the KFC title at this year's SummerSlam.

Old Spice Made a Whole Two-Hour Invisible Movie to Promote Its Invisible Spray Antiperspirant

Fast forward along, there's (almost) nothing to see here.

On the Adweek Podcast: the Voice Revolution, Diversity in Tech and the Genius of Errol Morris

This week, our podcast panel of editors and writers tackles Google's diversity debate, the hotel industry's attack on Airbnb and much more.

10 Food Chains That Should Follow Dunkin’s Lead and Drop a Word

With word that Dunkin' Donuts might shorten its name to Dunkin', we decided to mock up a few more options to continue the trend.

ESPN Is Actually Going to Air ‘The Ocho’ for One Day Only: 8/8/17

It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off.

BETC Created a Bunch of Throwback Ads for ’80s Products, Just to Remind Us How Far TV Has Come

French cable provider Canal highlights the long road to portable streaming in this series of fun retro spots.