Monday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Grey Canada recently launched a Day of the Dead-themed campaign for el Jimador tequila (video above).

-The Wall Street Journal had to lay off a lot of people because print advertising doesn’t make money anymore.

-Oh, and ESPN’s business model is also totally doomed.

-Digiday disagrees with NYT’s belief that the AT&T/Time Warner merger could lead to targeted TV ads.

-U-Haul was ordered to pay more than $40 million for using the word “pods” in its marketing thanks to a complaint filed by a Florida storage company called PODS.

-The NFL ratings slump has nothing to do with Colin Kaepernick, but you knew that already.

-Adweek talks with DeRay Mckessonon Twitter Harassment and How Marketers Can Be Better Activists.

-AW360 asks “What Will the New Most Interesting Man in the World Do Next?