Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos

Kristina Monllos is a staff writer for Adweek.
Kristina Monllos is a staff writer for Adweek, where she specializes in covering brands, marketing innovation, consumer trends and pop culture. She produces the podcast "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

Stephen Colbert Replaces Truth With Trump in Spoof of The New York Times’ Oscars Ad

The Late Show lampoons Droga5 spot.

Best and Worst Ads From the Academy Awards: A Bonus Adweek Podcast Episode

We talk snafus, brand integrations and the night's winners.

Calvin Klein Debuts New Campaign Featuring the Men of Moonlight the Morning After the Oscars

Mahershala Ali, Alex Hibbert, Trevante Rhodes and Ashton Sanders, stars of the best picture winner, also star in the brand’s latest ads.

Tech Brands Issue Statements Opposing Trump’s Decision to Roll Back Transgender Protections

Major players in the tech space including Apple, Google, IBM and more issued statements supporting the transgender community.

Uber CEO Launches An ‘Urgent Investigation’ Into Workplace Harassment Following Female Engineer’s Blog Post

Kalanick wrote, "anyone who behaves this way or thinks this is OK will be fired."

Acura Hopes to Expand Its Immersive VR Activation Beyond Its Sundance Debut

Acura is using immersive technology to pitch consumers on the technological advances of its cars.

Sonos Presents the ‘Silent Home’ as a Relationship Killer and Its Speakers as the Solution

Sonos believes silence is a problem and that its speakers can fix it. That's the narrative of a new 90-second spot from Anomaly in New York that dramatically changes tone when Sonos' speakers enter the picture.

Nike Just Released a Gorgeous, Powerful Campaign Dedicated to Equality

Work from W+K debuts ahead of the Grammys

Trump Finally Lashes Out at ‘Terrible’ Nordstrom for Dropping Daughter Ivanka’s Products

It’s unclear if the initial tweet was posted by Trump himself, but it was later retweeted from the official @POTUS account.

GE Imagines a World Where We Treat Female Scientists Like Celebrities

GE wants to recruit more women to fill technical roles.