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Hillary Clinton Just Went on Between Two Ferns, and It’s Hilarious

I really regret doing this," Hillary Clinton declares about halfway through her new Between Two Ferns interview with Zach Galifianakis. But of course, that's more than a bit disingenuous, as the five-and-a-half minute video below will surely prove to be among her best bits of marketing for the upcoming presidential election.

Here Are This Year’s Digital Hot List Winners


Moving at the Speed of the Screen

Marketers have long recognized the incredible power of video to sell a product, brand or service. Yet at an ever-increasing pace, consumers are shifting away from the No. 1 vehicle that connected video advertising to the public: television.

Brad Pitt Dodges Insults to Make a Charity Pitch on Between Two Ferns

One of the best things about Between Two Ferns is how the guests have to plug their projects in the least comfortable way possible—indeed, while getting showered with insults.

8 Big, Fat Stats From Advertising Week

Advertising Week wrapped up last night after four days of marketers discussing industry issues while revealing data that show how certain ideas are working. Below are eight impressive stats that caught our attention.

Here’s the Full List of 2014 Watch Awards Winners

Our inaugural Watch Awards, designed to honor the best in online video, received hundreds of entries. Filmmakers, actors, activists and comedians are creating a veritable universe of content that encompasses everything between hilarious and heartfelt. Congratulations to all the winners.

How Between Two Ferns Landed Obama

The Originator Award Programming – Gold Rumpled comedian turned movie star Zach Galifianakis couldn’t believe his good fortune—seriously, he couldn’t grasp it. After being ushered through the White House gates […]

6 Buzziest Pro- and Anti-Obamacare Marketing Moments

GetInsured, a nine-year-old health insurance online retailer, gathered social media numbers for the various buzzy moments that have transpired around the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., Obamacare) during the last several months.