Agency luminaries gathered for Adweek’s second annual Watch Awards in New York, and Michael Kassan hosted the media world for a summer cocktail fete in East Hampton. Here's a look […]
Stop, a short film shot over two nights in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is a tense, minimalist statement on New York City's controversial stop-and-frisk policy.
Treetop Cat Rescue (yes, that's a real show), the sad demise of hitchBOT, Lenny Kravitz's penis—all topics covered in just a single episode of E!'s The Soup.
Chris Northam didn't know what to expect when he set up a giant, ersatz X-ray installation at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Calif., this past Valentine's Day.
Only a fool (or a brand with billions to spend on media) tries to be all things to all people. That's why Adweek's Watch Awards honor the year's top online […]
Production and strategy may be key to online video success, but without great talent, they wouldn't have anything to work with. That's why Adweek's Watch Awards honor talent ranging from […]
Online videos are often gauged by little more than their view counts, but each year, Adweek's Watch Awards try to dig a bit deeper and honor videos based on the […]
The winners of Adweek's second annual Watch Awards, honoring the best in online video, were culled from hundreds of entries.
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.