Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger is senior editor at Adweek focusing on creative. He is based in Portland, Oregon and unabashedly loyal to the Pacific Northwest.

U.S. Agencies Nowhere to Be Found in Top Creative Data and Strategy Winners at Cannes

Sweden and Canada snap up Grand Prix prizes.

‘The Talk’ Makes Way for ‘The Look’ in Powerful New P&G Ad Addressing Race in America

Saturday Morning collective led the project focused on black men.

U.S. Agencies Win 3 out of 4 Grand Prix Awards in Entertainment at Cannes Lions

Nike’s ‘Dream Crazy’ keeps the streak going for W+K.

Are Cannes Lions Grand Prix-Winning Ads Effective? A Study Says No, Unless It’s a Tide Ad

But Gold winners? They’re, er, gold.

2 of Advertising’s Foremost Female Leaders Discuss Cannes Judging and the Changing Industry

Goodby Silverstein & Partners' Margaret Johnson and Ogilvy's Leslie Sims interviewed each other for Brandweek.

McCann Doubles Up on Grand Prix Wins for Pharma and Health & Wellness at Cannes Lions

Projects from China and Israel take top honors.

Free the Bid Expands Its Advocacy, Aiming to Diversify All Aspects of Filmmaking

Free the Work seeks more opportunity for women, trans identifying, non-binary and others.

Gayle King Will Open Cannes’ Most Ambitious Diversity and Inclusion Program to Date

Inkwell Beach features the festival's first large-scale beach activation on the topic.

Facebook Announces Changes in Agency Partners Ahead of Cannes Lions

Expanded roster includes Ogilvy, Droga5, Leo Burnett and BBDO.

L.A. Indie Omelet Names Thas Naseemuddeen as the Agency’s Next CEO

4-year vet moves from managing director to top role.