Jameson Fleming

Jameson Fleming

Chief of Staff
Jameson Fleming is chief of staff at Adweek, focusing on newsletters and audience development. He previously served as Adweek's news editor and associate web editor. He also oversees Adweek's Super Bowl coverage. Previously, Jameson worked for Syracuse.com as a web editor and CBSSports.com as a social media editor. He holds a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Parkland Students Are Asking Advertising’s Brightest Minds to Help Grow the Gun Control Movement

They delivered a moving, unexpected pitch at the 4A’s.

Q&A: Hearts & Science COO on Building Company Culture in the #MeToo Era and the Threat of Consultancies

Kathleen Brookbanks takes on the industry's biggest issues.

P&G’s New Dedicated Agency Will Bring Together Talent From Agencies at Competing Holding Companies

The dedicated agency will service P&G's North American Fabric Care business

Facebook’s First Exclusive Stream of a Major League Baseball Game Gets Mixed Reviews

The social platform has some kinks to work out.

ICYMI: See the Top Stories of the Last Week, From the Best Halloween Ads to Bullying a Whopper Jr.

And Adweek honors its Brand Genius honorees.

ICYMI: See the Top Stories of the Last Week, From the ‘Fearless Girl’ to a Beautiful Volkswagen Spot

And a CBS exec was fired for comments about Las Vegas.

ICYMI: See the Top Stories of the Last Week, From SNL to Top Media Plans

We rounded up some of our top stories and viral hits from the past week. Catch up on what you may have missed from the last seven days. For more […]

How the Cubs’ Marketing Evolved as the Team Went From ‘Lovable Losers’ to World Series Champs

After rebuilding the team, the organization needed a new brand message to highlight everything that makes Cubs baseball great.

Former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes Has Died

Former Fox News co-founder and CEO Roger Ailes has died. He was 77.

See Adweek’s Reviews of Every Ad on Super Bowl LI

Follow us on Twitter @Adweek, and see every commercial again at Adweek.com