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Topic: At&t

AT&T Launches Huge U.S. Creative and Media Review

Incumbents Omnicom and WPP will participate

AT&T has put its giant U.S. creative and media accounts into review. A spokesperson for AT&T told Adweek: "We've begun a formal advertising media and creative agency review that will cover…

AT&T Wants to Keep Your Kids Entertained on Long Road Trips With In-Car Wi-Fi Service

No more 'Are we there yet?'

AT&T today is launching its first ad campaign dedicated to shining a light on its growing Wi-Fi network in connected cars. For an endeavor called "A Whole New Ride," social media…

After Terrorist Attacks, Telecom Companies Are Waiving Fees to Call Belgium and Turkey

How Airbnb and Uber are helping customers affected, too

Following news of Tuesday's deadly terror attacks in Brussels, many of the world's largest telecommunications companies said they will waive fees for customers trying to reach people in Belgium and…

The Oscars Is Still an All-Star Destination for Advertisers

Amex, Cadillac among brands paying record rates to be in the big show

Actors, directors and costume designers aren't the only ones poised to score on Hollywood's biggest night. The Oscars remains one of the most important events of the year for advertisers. The…

Why Do Consumers Increasingly Want to Be Less Connected, Not More?

Horizon Media finds growing desire to unplug

With New York and other cities embracing the concept of the "smart city," making free Wi-Fi available anytime, anywhere, many consumers are looking to get less connected to their fellow…

AT&T Ad Star Milana Vayntrub, Once a Soviet Refugee, Becomes a Voice for Syrian Victims

Actress behind Lily character filmed a documentary in Greece

The actress behind one of today's most popular ad characters, AT&T's Lily, is taking on a new public role: an advocate for Syrian refugees. Milana Vayntrub, the subtly charismatic star of…

What Marketers Need to Know About Cars as the Next Must-Have Mobile Devices

Self-driving rides are just around the bend

Drive-time DJs and radio ad-sales folk must be shuddering at the thought of a world in which the self-driving car is a reality. As if music streaming apps weren't bad…

U.S. Agency of the Year: BBDO Was 2015's Unstoppable Creative Juggernaut

Humility, hard work, stellar ads and joyous clients

We don't know what's going to happen, but we know it's going to be interesting." That quote from BBDO New York chief creative officer Greg Hahn embodies his agency's approach…

Global Agency of the Year: Grey's Work Sparked Cultural Conversations Worldwide

And brought home a mountain of awards

Grey celebrated its performance at the Cannes Lions in June with leather, whips and chains. The WPP Group agency hosted an S&M-themed "Fifty Shades" bash on the roof of the…

Facebook's Virtual Reality-Style Ads Are Here With Big Brands on Board

Nestlé and AT&T test 360-degree video

If you were wondering what Facebook's $2 billion Oculus Rift might mean for advertisers, we may have just been given a sneak peek. Today, the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company debuted…

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