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Topic: Editor's Letter

Why Tech's Impact on Creative Will Dominate Discussion at Cannes Lions

Finding talent that understands both

Two key and thorny themes will dominate the dialog during Cannes Lions this year. And while seemingly disparate, they are actually very much entwined and integral to present-day survival and future…

Adweek and Clio Awards Form a Duet for Our Annual Music Issue

Partnership tuned to the evolving relationship between artistry and marketing

We've all experienced it, the powerful, emotional upwelling when you hear a piece of music for the first time that really hooks into your soul. For me it happened with…

Adweek Debuts Print Redesign With Super Bowl Issue

Our new playbook

As in football, sticking with a playbook in publishing for too long can have dire consequences. If your routes become obvious, or stale, your competition will either do an end…

Adweek's Busiest Advertising Week Ever: Brand Genius, the Clio Awards, and a New Honor for Cause Marketing

(RED) is first Brand Save honoree

Advertising Week kicks off in New York today, as does one of the most ambitious weeks in Adweek’s history. Along with the jam-packed agenda of the annual industry gathering—the panels,…

The Hot List Is Supercharged With a Big Party

A contemporary and transformative franchise

While the annual Hot List is Adweek’s longest-running franchise, we’ve never thrown a big party to celebrate it. All that changes Dec. 2 with the first Adweek Hot List Gala…

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…

Editor’s Letter: The Evolution of Man

Maybe you should try to get to know them again

There’s been a spate of writing lately questioning the relevance of men. Like you would an old lawn mower or Mustang your dad never quite got around to restoring, Hanna Rosin,…

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