RAICES Accuses Ogilvy of ‘False Solidarity on an Epic Scale’ and Asks Agency to Drop CBP

The advocacy group says CEO John Seifert is working against his own pledge to diversity and inclusion.

Connected TV Could Be Key to Swaying Younger Voters

A new report suggests the cord-cutting generation engages with politics differently than their older, linear counterparts.

Why More Brands Aren’t Helping Out With the Humanitarian Crisis on the US Border

Companies face difficult choices—and the government isn’t exactly making it easy.

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Rethink Their Ad-Tech Approach

At least two are building out an in-house programmatic posse.

All of NBCUniversal’s Democratic Debate Ads Aired as Planned, Despite Audio Snafu

The third ad pod moved up as a result of the technical glitch, but no spots were skipped.

Ad Spend for 2020 Election Cycle Projected to Reach $6 Billion

Digital media will account for 20% of the pie, about $1.2 billion.

With Harrowing Portrayals of Kids in Cages, an Ad Agency Hopes to Reignite Outrage

Badger & Winters' '#NoKidsInCages' installations included real audio from detention centers.

Bernie Sanders Is Following Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Lead With ‘TV-Quality’ Digital Campaign Ads

A new spot in Iowa shows its deep investment compared to four years ago

MJ Hegar, Whose Campaign Ad Went Viral, Is Back With a Video About Her Next Goal: Senate

A new spot highlights the momentum generated by her first ad.

A MAGA Hat Is Unraveled for a New Purpose in This Powerful Video of Immigrants’ Stories

Canadian lifestyle brand Peace Collective reassembles a polarizing icon for a different kind of national pride.