Monday Morning Stir

By Doug Zanger 

-Australia’s bushfire season has been devasating, burning more than 2 million acres. To put it in perspective, the state of Delaware has a total of almost 1.6 acres. DDB Australia is hoping to raise donations for the Red Cross (you can chip in here).

-The New York Times looks at the clash between #MeToo and “Bro Culture,” citing Advertising Week’s wrap party this year and Anomaly’s questionably-named meeting space, two things we took a closer look at earlier this year.

-One of Adweek’s Fastest Growing Agencies isn’t growing quite as fast anymore.


-Amiable London folks, It’s Nice That, with their 2019 Review of the Year.

-The perfect storm (and not in a good way) for agencies in 2019?

AR Andrew Yang, everyone.

Megan Graham, over at CNBC, looks at the most memorable ads of the 2010s.

-Baseball purists may be up in arms over the Nike logo, but MLB made a record $10.7 billion in revenue this year.

-And some influencer scandals to kick off your holiday season.

We wish all of you a wonderful holiday. We’ll be back on Thursday.