Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger

Senior Editor, Agencies
Doug Zanger is a senior editor, agencies at Adweek, focusing on creativity and agencies. He has covered a wide range of industry topics and interviewed several high-profile luminaries including Megan Rapinoe, Sue Bird, Jeff Goldblum, Carrie Brownstein, Michael Kelly, Jeffrey Katzenberg and some of the NFL’s biggest past and present stars. Based in Portland, Ore. and unabashedly loyal to the Pacific Northwest, Zanger has over 25 years of experience in the advertising industry, including 12 in radio, where he picked up a Radio Mercury Award.

Powerful P&G Ad Implores White America to Step Up and Help Stamp Out Racism

Grey and Cartwright collaborated on 'The Choice' which ran on Oprah Winfrey's town hall.

What Is the Future of Ad Schools?

As programs adapt to a virtual learning environment, students, too, try to find a way forward.

Artist Shantell Martin Criticizes McCann for an Offensive Email About a Black Lives Matter Mural

Request for a "relevant" BLM art commission on a Microsoft storefront goes viral.

10 Directors Who Are Advancing Ads, Film and Interactive Experiences

These directors have visual storytelling on lock.

Black Lives Matter in Advertising: Adweek Passes the Mic to the Hosts of Mixed Company

Kai Deveraux Lawson and Simeon Coker guest host our D&I TBD podcast for a powerful discussion of being Black in America.

Former 72andSunny Creative Leader Keith Cartwright Launches LA Agency With WPP’s Backing

Cartwright counts P&G, Facebook and LVNH as clients and will tap into Grey Group's global creative network

Agencies Face a Huge Obstacle in Responding to Racism: Their Own Failure to Act

Six black professionals tell Adweek what they do—and don't—want to hear this week.

Nike Once Again Dares to Take a Stand, Boldly Addressing Racism Head-On in New Ad

A 60-second ad on social media implores people: ''For Once, Don't Do It.'

At Adweek’s Inaugural D&I Summit, Leaders Forge Ahead With Commitment to Equality

Leaders from top global corporations and nonprofits met online to participate in Adweek's first-ever Diversity and Inclusion Summit.

This May Seem Like a Typical Quarantine Ad—Until It’s Not

Cox surprises with a powerful spot about isolation, and another film featuring the virtual senior centers the brand created.