Topic: BBH London

David Timm Named U.S. CMO of Pizza Hut

Exec headed U.K. marketing at sibling KFC

Yum! Brands has named one of its veteran executives to fill Pizza Hut's vacant U.S. chief marketing officer slot. David Timm will move from KFC to fill the post, the…

Tesco Ambushes Poor Shoppers in a Tricked-Out 'Spookermarket' for Halloween

Did that cart just move?

Boy, a lot of creeps work at Tesco these days. Or so it would seem from BBH London's "Spookermarket" campaign, which includes an amusing 90-second hidden-camera video, shot in one of…

Waitrose Skips the Whimsical but Still Warms Hearts in Its Christmas Ad

And you might actually remember what's being advertised

Christmas storytelling is an annual rite of advertising one-upsmanship in Britain. But how can you weave a heart-warming tale while still keeping your product front and center? U.K. grocery chain Waitrose…

Ad of the Day: Grab KFC for Lunch, and You'll Quickly Meet and Marry the Love of Your Life

A truly whirlwind romance from BBH London

The KFC toasted burrito is all about getting more from your lunch break. Like, say, meeting, courting and marrying the love of your life. In a new spot from BBH London,…

John Hegarty Reveals The Biggest Change to Advertising in 40 Years [Video]

Part 3 of a Conversation with Andy McMains

It wasn't just the technology that changed in the past four decades.

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

From Thailand to America, these ads ranged from sentimental to scatalogical

JetBlue Airways is launching a big new ad campaign from Mullen with the theme "Air on the Side of Humanity." But its big star isn't even human—he's a pigeon.

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Mountain Dew gets high, Kia gets skinny, and Guerlain gets very, very big

Be careful what you say about Taco Bell in Canada. The chain is liable to etch your angry rants on taco shells and force them down your throat. That's what…

Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Jan. 18-25

Nike counts on Kobe, Barclays counts your pennies, and you can count on the Guinness clock

This week, Starbucks shows some love for the most hated day of the week, Dean Winters brings more mayhem for Allstate, and Internet Explorer—like many of us—is nostalgic for the…