Hollywood A-listers always draw the biggest crowds at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and this year's event will be even more celebrity packed as the festival adds a new category of entertainment-based programming.
Shane Smith, founder and CEO of Vice and Cannes Lions "Media Person of the Year," knows a thing or two about dealing with a world of disruption and breaking the status quo.
After crafting award-winning work for several of Leo Burnett biggest clients over the past seven years, Britt Nolan has been promoted to U.S. chief creative officer at the agency.
When FCB announced last June that it was hiring Susan Credle as global chief creative officer, it marked the end of an era for Leo Burnett as well as a refresh of sorts for the IPG network.
The ANA Masters of Marketing conference kicked off in Orlando, Fla., with insightful talks from Mondelez’s Dana Anderson and Pepsico’s Bradley Jakeman, while magazine and media moguls rubbed elbows with […]
Whether it stokes your ego into a raging inferno or just gathers dust on a shelf, a Cannes Lion will set your life on a new path. But which path? Well, that's up to you.
Susan Credle is the new global chief creative officer at FCB, replacing Jonathan Harries, who's held the post since 2006 and will now become chairman. The changes take effect on January 1. Credle will relocate to New York from Chicago, where she's been CCO at Leo Burnett USA.
Imagine you're watching an X-rated version of Game of Thrones (you don't have to admit that out loud), and all of a sudden, up pops a message about testicular cancer.
When asked today what the ad industry will be talking about a year from now, agency leaders were refreshingly thoughtful and hopeful. Talking in paragraphs rather than soundbites, a panel of four leaders offered four different visions when Adweek's Lisa Granatstein posed the question at the 4A's Transformation Conference in Austin, Texas.
Creative leaders from Ogilvy & Mather, Leo Burnett and R/GA are among the jury chairs for the Clio Awards this year.