Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger is a senior editor 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, Oregon, 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.

If Tattoos Could Talk … Oh, Wait. They Can—in Clever New Ads for Lynx in the UK

Stories come to life in three spots from 72andSunny Amsterdam.

Award-Winning Creatives Josh Gross and Pedro Pérez Named Co-CCOs at Energy BBDO

Duo elevated as CCO Andrés Ordóñez exits.

What Pitbull and Horizon Media Hope to Achieve in Their New Partnership

305 Worldwide is focused on quality storytelling in the multicultural market.

Overwhelmed by Pressure to Perform, Kids ‘Retire’ From Sports in ESPN’s New PSA

More children ages 6 to 12 are dropping out of organized youth sports. Are parents part of the problem?

Twitter Turned Real Tweets Into Ads Showing It’s the Place Where You Can Be Yourself

The platform embraces its contrast to Instagram or LinkedIn.

Here Are the First Winners of a New Ad Award Judged Entirely by an All-Female Jury

LOLA MullenLowe, McCann, VMLY&R and AMVBBDO win Grand Prix at Gerety Awards.

Leveraging a Huge Talent Roster, IPG Merges 2 Hollywood Mega PR Firms

Rogers & Cowan combines with PMK-BNC and will support more than 500 actors, musicians, producers and athletes, and over 30 global brands.

A Portland Agency Has Launched a Marketing Accelerator for Female-Founded Startups

She Scales from R2C Group focuses on the next wave of DTC brands.

Deutsch’s Chief Digital Officer Will Be R/GA’s Managing Director in Los Angeles

Pam Scheideler moves to sister IPG shop as Nicky Bell takes on global client role.

This Campaign Uses FaceApp to Age Pictures of Those Whose Deaths Sparked Outrage and Protest

#ItsGettingOld shows what Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland and others would have looked like at more advanced ages.