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John Tejada

There's a new wave of A-list models on the scene, and they're proving that there's a lot more to fashion success than just having a pretty face. Today's millennial models are taking to social media to connect with fans, build their personal brands and score major advertising contracts.

This Full-Service Music Agency Started With a Chance Meeting

How Jingle Punks grew out of a LES apartment into 5 offices across the world

Specs Who [L. to r. on sofa] Matt Chambless, director of creative services; Jared Gutstadt, co-founder and CEO; Brian Wahlund, CSO What Full-service music agency Where New York Jingle Punks co-founders Dan Demole and…

Once again, it seems as if practically everyone in the media business is gearing up for SXSW in Austin, Texas. It's where tech's elite go to chat, showcase ideas and work, and discover the next big thing.

Kim Kardashian West has had quite a year, from breaking the Internet with a provocative magazine cover to starring in a 

Finding employment isn't easy in this competitive job market, but social networking site LinkedIn is a logical place for job seekers to start their search and get a foot in the door. And after landing a job, the site—which boasts more than 347 million users globally—can help users keep up with thought leaders and industry peers. 

As Old Spice took to Grand Central Terminal this week to promote its latest line of nature-inspired scents, we caught up with brand spokesman Terry Crews to get his thoughts on personal branding.

The way musicians and advertisers work together has undergone a revolution in the last decade. For starters, brands no longer get by with a friendly jingle—instead, they search for songs that tell stories, conjure memories and forge genuine connections with people.

Recently, publishers started ditching their swanky Midtown New York offices for more cost-effective downtown digs. Now, it seems there's another shift happening as creative agencies join the migration.

At the corner of Grand and Varick streets lies One Hudson Square, an Art Deco factory-turned-office building that won landmark status last year.

Adweek recently gathered several creative and tech industry leaders at The Lot (home of Funny or Die) in West Hollywood for a frank discussion about the state of the ad business in the City of Angels. 

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