What Does Adweek Mean to You?

40 Years Bold.

Can the 37-Year-Old Dissolution of AT&T Teach Us Anything About a Big-Tech Breakup?

Here's a look back at Adweek’s coverage of a monopoly that really did get split up.

35 Years Ago, Adweek Led the Way in Publicizing the Gender Pay Gap in Advertising

Our 1984 survey revealed the industry’s startling disparity.

Founders and Funders on Adweek: ‘Inspiring, Valuable, Innovative’

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, Tim Armstrong, Porter Braswell and Leslie Kruempel discuss what the publication means to them.

Love USA Today or Hate it, the ‘McPaper’ Prefigured Internet Content

Nobody knew it in 1981, but the paper was a harbinger of attention spans to come.

Can an Ad Save a Doomed Plane?

In 1980, Adweek knew an ill-fated campaign when it saw one.

How Infomercials Almost Ruined Cher’s Career

They said the star could survive anything—but in 1993, advertising nearly did her in.