Many brands would want to stay clear of comedian Jeff Ross's no-holds-barred roasts for Comedy Central, but not Dodge.
Playboy showed off its new, fully clothed self during its first-ever NewFronts presentation Friday afternoon at New York's Skylight Modern.
Can Playboy really be, you know, Playboy without featuring photos of nude women? The iconic men's magazine is certainly hoping so, starting with its March issue, in an attempt to avoid the fate of what Playboy's chief executive Scott Flanders called "harvesting a melting ice cube of an aging demographic."
Today Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced an end to its six-year partnership with Wieden + Kennedy. FCA, which owns brands including Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Maserati, said in a statement that now seemed like the right time for the two companies to split amicably.
Following years of speculation about the demise of desktop-based search, Google is officially announcing today that for the first time, m
Despite the smaller-than-usual showing of automakers at this year's Super Bowl, six brands continue to rack up post- Big Game YouTube views on this week's Adweek/VidI
What would happen if you took one of the best characters from The Office and moved him next door to the undisputed best character from New Girl? This ad campaign. That's what would happen.
Elderly people tend to get short shrift in commercials, much as they do most everywhere in life. Kudos to Dodge and The Richards Group, then, for celebrating the automaker's 100th birthday by putting the spotlight on humans born around the same time.