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Topic: digital disruption

After 60 Years in Advertising, I Believe True Creativity Is More Powerful Than Ever

Influence may shift, but ideas endure

A good thing about getting old in this business is that you've actually lived through all the changes and survived the perennial predictions of ad agency extinction. Along the way you've…

Why It's Time for Marketers to Rethink Metrics and Performance Indicators

Digital is changing the path to ROI

As media dollars increasingly shift to digital—rising another 22 percent to $27 billion this year for display ads alone—brands of all sizes are striving to extract greater value from their…

Adweek’s Bright Past, Big Future

Celebrating 35 years

Personally, I’ve always found anniversaries hard to swallow. They mark the inevitable passing of time and the inescapable advance of waistlines and those smarty-pants millennials. But for a brand—especially a media…

ESPN Sales Chief Ed Erhardt Wants to Make Sports Even Better

Says advertisers and content producers need to figure out what viewers want next

Instant replay, the First and Ten line, the ubiquitous score box—not necessarily digital disruptions, but technical innovations that drastically changed and improved the way we watch the game. It was…

Google’s Chief Business Officer Says It’s Time to Invent What’s Next

Nikesh Arora’s new media calculus

You’ll see all around this a number of essays about digital disruption, about what’s coming at us, about what the future will be like for us all. But the truth…

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