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What’s the Most American Brand? [Video]

In the midst of a super-charged patriotic week—between the USA's World Cup game yesterday and Independence Day on Friday—Adweek wanted to ask people a few questions about American brands. So we descended on a landmark New York gathering place, Union Square, to find out how Americans feel about their native brands—and if they even know them. 

Here Are Some Advertising Slogans. Do You Remember the Brands? [Video]

What's the last advertising slogan you remember?

What Brands Can Learn From a YouTube Artist Like Lindsey Stirling [Video]

Getting people to watch videos online is difficult. After all, there's no exact science. Or is there? Electronic dance violinist Lindsey Stirling has it figured out, and now everyone is taking notice.

This Is What You Should Be Eating This Summer [Video]

The food world has exploded. Eating is a national past time, and foodie culture is on everybody's lips.

6 Brooklynites on Personal Style and How They Feel About Brands [Video]

How would you describe your personal style? Swamp ocean princess, or are you very, very basic? It turns out that describing your style may be more challenging than you think, as we discovered in Brooklyn this week.

This Brooklyn Animation Studio Is Taking a Social Approach to Marketing [Video]

Roof Studios in Brooklyn's Dumbo neighborhood has fused the social media and digital animation worlds, allowing them to grow and work around the globe with ease.

AOL’s Maureen Sullivan Explains How to Stay No. 1 [Video]

The AOL Lifestyle chief reiterates that the only way to win is to keep listening to your audience—and that when you celebrate a victory, you need to also do so on social media.  

60-Second Upfront: MTV [Video]

Refined versions of reality shows, plus the immortal Teen Wolf and a much-welcome blast from the past.

Why Women Love Native Ads [Video]

Michelle Castillo continues her conversation with Maureen Sullivan, president of AOL.com and lifestyle brands.

Being No. 1 With Maureen Sullivan [Video]

AOL has just beaten Yahoo to become the No. 1 lifestyle destination for women. In the first of a 3-part interview she explains to Michelle Castillo how she got there and how she holds onto her unique audience. Check the site tomorrow for the full-length print interview.