Why Tech Platforms Have a Responsibility to Reel In Political Ads

Facebook, Twitter and Google have resisted calls to regulate certain user content, but the focus has now shifted to how the tech giants handle political advertising on their sites.

TV Convergence Will Create a More Lucrative Future for Athletes

As TV converges, the overall dynamics of the distribution of wealth in sports are changing.

The Future of TV Will Look Like Cable, Except Better for Viewers

TV audiences are finally going to be able to bundle packages the way they’ve always wanted.

The Workplace of the Future Is a Mix of Human and Machine

Creatives are harnessing machine learning to make targeted content that serves the customer and the business better.

6 Ways Fast-Fashion Brands Can Fight for Consumer Attention

More shoppers are looking for sustainable, higher-quality options, and fast-fashion brands need to adapt.

Too Many Women Still Feel Vulnerable Working in Advertising

There’s far too much discrimination happening in the advertising industry, even 35 years later.

For Adweek’s 40th Anniversary, Lee Clow Looks Back on How Advertising Has Grown Up

The ‘60s creative revolution gave rise to the West Coast’s freestyle: its irreverence, its imagination, its industry-challenging innovation.

Here Are 3 Logo Design Trends We Can Expect Coming Into 2020

We'll see more sophistication from brands heading into the coming decade around their logo design preferences.

4 Ways Programmatic Buyers Can Master First-Price Auctions

While many SSPs have already made the jump, the industry is still far from having one unified system.

Peloton’s Holiday Ad Shows How Marketing Once Again Fails to Understand a Movement

Whether they meant to or not, Peloton has joined the ranks of those who are portraying a world very few of us wish to see reflected.