Facebook is starting to friend—and maybe even poke—a new area of innovation outside of Silicon Valley: France.
A radio broadcasting and out-of-home advertising company, iHeartMedia is thriving in an era of streaming services and banner ads. The cheekily named company—formerly Clear Channel Communications—knows that the devil is […]
This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting gifts for people with things to get done and places to get to. Start in on that project with a high-tech toolbox. Hit […]
Imagine if tech experts made house calls, free of charge, to help customers set up gadgets ranging from smartphones, tablets and digital cameras to more esoteric electronica—like multiroom music systems and aerial drones.
In its ongoing bid to win over millennials, McDonald's is making its first official debut at this year's South by Southwest Interactive.
Mad Dogs & Englishmen came of age in the 1990s as part of a wave of creative boutiques in New York that included Kirshenbaum & Bond; Weiss, Whitten, Carroll, Stagliano; and Angotti, Thomas, Hedge. Led by scrappy entrepreneurs, the agencies created memorable ads for the likes of Snapple, Guinness, Foster's and Moviefone.
Three veterans of the public relations and advertising industries have launched a new full-service ad agency in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Need a ride? Car service tech startups Lyft and Uber are launching eerily similar rideshare programs.
Coming soon to NowThis News: native ads and big-name investors. The New York-based startup, which describes itself as a mobile-centric news outlet for millennials, plans this summer to introduce sponsored video content to its mix of newsy and offbeat editorial fare.