Call it friendly fire. An agency art director posts an unsanctioned version of a TV ad for a client on his personal website to enhance his portfolio. It was the cut he worked on and fought for—even if that particular version didn't make the cut.
As wooing goes, Andrew Robertson’s efforts to seal the deal with David Lubars was not particularly auspicious.
In the finals of four big reviews, BBDO has a shot at adding about $25 million to its revenue line if it runs the table—or getting burned out trying.
As he did previously, David Lubars, BBBO's North American chairman and chief creative officer, found his New York creative chief internally.Greg Hahn, an executive creative director in the New York office, is now chief creative officer. His fills a vacancy created by the 2010 exit of Bill Bruce.
CANNES, France—Fresh off a panel comparing admen to some of history’s great artists, Andrew Robertson, president and CEO of BBDO Worldwide, and David Lubars, chief creative officer of BBDO North America, met with Adweek on the roo