Tuesday Morning Stir

By Doug Zanger 

-A look back at classic Kobe Bryant from Nike featuring Bruce Willis, Danny Trejo and director Robert Rodriguez.

Brands react to the untimely death of Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others.

Icaro Doria remembers Bryant.


-AT&T’s WarnerMedia is trying to save a little money ($2.5 billion to be exact). So agencies are getting thrown under the bus with tougher payment terms.

Dentsu Aegis acquired Digital Pi. It is a B2B concern, based in Dallas and will be snapped together with Dentsu’s Merkle.

-So much Boston. And that’s perfectly fine. Hyundai’s Super Bowl ad is another winner.

Adweek talked to him last month. Now, The Drum shares a little more on the exploits of Ryan Reynolds and George Dewey.

-Ever wonder why Velveeta became a Super Bowl staple? Wonder no more courtesy of Adweek mensch, Robert Klara.

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