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Kit Kat's Halloween Ad Shows You How to Fend Off a Homicidal Maniac in a Forest

Could Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees be dissuaded from their homicidal ways by a candy bar? Could a sugar fix be a cure for their mass-murdering tendencies? It's likely no one's…

Arnold Schwarzenegger Wishes He Were Running for President This Year

Adweek's 2016 Brand Visionary on his life in movies, politics and advertising

If he had his druthers, Arnold Schwarzenegger would continue his 30-year-plus streak of voting Republican in the upcoming presidential election. In his perfect world, he'd be casting a ballot for himself. That…

This Ad's Hilarious View of Motherhood Comes From the Makers of Squatty Potty's Pooping Unicorn

Don't pity the matriarch of this chaotic household, even though her kids are jumping off the roof, shooting arrows through the living room and tossing silverware down the disposal. Just…

These New Outdoor Ads in L.A. Capture the Insidious Nature of Domestic Violence

Here's a jarring disconnect—hearts and flowers, boxes of chocolates and hand-written love notes mixed with threats and violence. A new outdoor campaign from the Los Angeles Police Department and mayor Eric…

Zambezi's Strategy Chief Looks Back on Her First Year on the Job

Kristina Jenkins is overhauling old brands and ideas

Specs Current gig Chief strategy officer, Zambezi Previous gig Culture intelligence officer, mcgarrybowen Twitter @KJxCulture Age 42 Adweek: You spoke on a recent Advertising Week panel about Los Angeles as a creative epicenter. As a…

Infographic: Interns at Agencies Across L.A. Are Optimistic About Their Futures

Surprisingly, only half report wanting to work at startups

Interns at ad agencies in Los Angeles are a curious bunch—deeply concerned about the industry's future and keenly aware of the threats it faces, yet still professing interest in making…

Meet the 12 Most Successful Media Agency Execs in Southern California

They're Adweek's inaugural L.A. Media Stars

Some things in Los Angeles always remain: palm trees, the Santa Ana winds, convertibles, In-N-Out Burger. But the country's second-largest media market has also witnessed its share of change, much…

Why the Peanuts Gang Is Surging in Popularity After So Many Years

You're a good (65-year-old) brand, Charlie Brown

There's an ambitious gal running for president who was never satisfied with the idea of being first lady. She's sharp, decisive and, by her own admission, "a little bossy." She…

How the Unlikely Alliance of Ovation's 'Versailles' and Fiat Benefits Both Brands

Creative thinking leads to seamless execution

There's a sexy, lavish new series coming to cable TV, set in the 17th century, that brings a distinctly modern style to the story of King Louis XIV and his…

A Vote for Hillary Is Largely a Vote Against Trump, Says This Slam Poet's Hard-Hitting Ad

What happens when celebrated slam poet, songwriter and rapper IN-Q turns his attention to the current political scene? A lyrical slicing and dicing of Donald Trump without ever saying the…

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