As a touchstone of the advertising and marketing community, it only makes sense that Adweek would seek to provide industry professionals with content in the form of one of the most accessible and engaging mediums — video. Adweek Original Video is a collection of interviews and discussions with marketing leaders, up-and-coming brand stars, and important faces within the industry that provide insight into the challenges and changes that must be overcome to remain successful. Adweek Original Video features videos on some of the most memorable and impactful advertising commercials and campaigns and how they drove their brand to success.
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Marketers Make New Year’s Resolutions and Preview 2023’s Biggest Buzzwords

Plus, what they are most excited looking ahead to this year.

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Adnatomy: KAYAK Gambles on Funny Social Commentary

Why the travel site decided to poke fun at conspiracy theorists.

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Behind the Creator: Michael Le

The Joystick founder discusses the intersection of two emerging markets.

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Can Fast Food Survive Without Single-Use Plastics?

Brands like Just Salad and Deliver Zero are charting a path forward.

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Yay or Nay? Adweek Staffers Review Brand Mashups

Find out whether to try or pass on brand combos from Coca-Cola, Ritz, Oreo and more.

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Adnatomy: Staples Takes a Stroll Down the Nostalgia Aisle

The office supply store kicks it back to the '90s to promote business services.

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Video: Adweek’s Commerce Week 2022 Highlights

From food to NFTs, industries from Kellogg's to eBay made appearances.

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How Apple Elevated Product Demos Into Artvertising

Brent Anderson, creative chief for the brand's longtime agency, explains the impact of 'Shot on iPhone.'

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Dipped in Pink: Marketing, Branding and LGBTQ+ Visibility

These companies are on a mission to make inclusion part of their ethos beyond Pride Month.

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Kentucky Derby Horse or Ad Agency: Can You Tell the Difference?

The ad industry's favorite game is back for a fifth consecutive year.

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What Women Marketing Leaders Admire Most About the Next Generation

For Women’s History Month, Adweek asked five brand and agency executives to share their best career advice for women marketers.

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5 Women Leaders Share the Best Advice They’ve Ever Received

Nancy Reyes, E.T. Franklin, Kenya Brock, Cindy Gallop and God-is Rivera honor rising stars.

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The Next Generation: The Marketers Who Inspire Top Women Leaders in the Industry

Nancy Reyes, E.T. Franklin, Kenya Brock, Cindy Gallop and God-is Rivera on the industry's rising stars.

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4 Questions for Rolling Stone CEO Gus Wenner

From ecommerce to the metaverse, where he's taking the iconic publisher.

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5 Women Marketing Leaders Salute Their Role Models and Mentors

Recognizing the people they admire most.