David Griner

David Griner

David Griner is creative and innovation editor for Adweek.
David Griner is Adweek's creative and innovation editor. He's been covering agencies, creativity, technology and marketing innovation for more than a decade and is host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."

Google Nest Celebrates the Simple, Tender Moments of Home to Unveil Its New Branding

72andSunny and Google capture relatable snippets that all tell a story of family, vulnerability and love.

No, Apple Didn’t Make That ‘Old Town Road’ Emoji Video, But It’s Still a Great iPhone Ad

Memojis star in the newest unofficial clip for 2019's top song.

Burger King Harvests Children’s Tears to Mock McDonald’s With ‘Clown-Free Birthday’ Ads

The agency behind BK's Scary Clown Night is back at it.

This Short Film Is a Story of Life and Love in Advertising, Told Entirely Through Ads

Writer/director Ben Callner got his big break in the Super Bowl with a Doritos spot.

Bud Light Is Debuting a Rainbow Bottle This Weekend in Support of LGBTQ Pride

It will be first available at the GLAAD Media Awards, then sold throughout June.

A Child Teaches Adults How to Survive a Mass Shooting in This Heartbreaking PSA

March for Our Lives and McCann highlight the tragic reality of 'Generation Lockdown.'

Chase Fails to Read the Room, Sparks Backlash With Snarky Tweet About Low Bank Accounts

The bank had to delete its #MondayMotivation message about frugality.

Jeff Bridges Is Amsterdam’s Newest Bridge in This Oddly Charming Amstel Spot

He likes bringing people together in a surreal new ad from adam&eveDDB.

Can You Look at These Wonderfully Evocative Coke Ads Without Hearing Them?

Agency David captures uniquely audio moments, in print.

Children With Fetal Alcohol Disorder Confront the Idea of ‘Safe’ Drinking During Pregnancy

Proof Alliance and Colle McVoy craft a powerful campaign against those who shrug off moderate alcohol for moms-to-be.