South by Southwest Is Not Canceled Despite Coronavirus Concerns

The annual conglomeration of festivals is scheduled to run March 13-22.

Special Edition: How Coronavirus Is Impacting Marketers: Wednesday’s First Things First

Brands continue to pull out of South by Southwest.

Factories in China Are Slowly Returning to Production

But if a single worker is diagnosed with coronavirus, the entire factory is shuttered and quarantined.

NBCU Surpasses $1.25 Billion in Tokyo Olympics Ad Sales As Part of ‘Full Steam Ahead’ Push

NBCUniversal has hit a record high of $1.25 billion in national advertising for the Summer Olympics amid growing coronavirus concerns.

How Coronavirus Concerns May Impact Agency New Business Pitches

Coronavirus could affect new agency business pitches.

Why Coronavirus Is Shaping Up to Be the Third Rail of Marketing

Disinfecting products are already flying off shelves, and customers don’t need to be scared into buying more.

Travel Uncertainty Leaves Agencies in Wait-and-See Mode on Booking for Cannes Lions

The festival is confident it will be "open for business" in June, but travel restrictions have agencies in a holding pattern.

What Can You Do If a Conference You’re Attending Gets Canceled?

Refunds are rare when an event is canceled over coronavirus, but you might still have options.

How Holding Companies Are Addressing Coronavirus

Most of them have suspended travel to high-risk areas.

Live Updates: Tracking How Coronavirus Is Impacting Brands and Agencies

An updated list of cancellations, delays and brand policies in response to Covid-19.