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Kyle O’Brien

Kyle O’Brien is a staff reporter for Adweek and editor of AgencySpy. Before joining Adweek, Kyle was creative works editor at The Drum. Kyle is based in Jim Thorpe, Pa.

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Deutsch New York Names Samira Ansari CCO

Leadership & Talent

Ansari comes from FCB New York, where she worked with AB InBev brands.

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Elephant Promotes Cara DiNorcia to President and Elevates 6 Leaders

Leadership & Talent

As CEO Eric Moore resigns, the IPG agency restructures its operations and offerings.

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Harmon Brothers’ Version of Hell Summons the Devil to Promote The Chosen

Creative

The Devil, played by comic Kellen Erskine, leads a campaign to promote the streaming series The Chosen.

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Colleen DeCourcy Joins Snap as Chief Creative Officer

Leadership & Talent

Former Wieden+Kennedy president and CCO will lead global creative efforts.

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Digitas Touts ‘Beauty of Blackness’ as a DEI Guide for Brands at NewFronts

NewFronts

The Fashion Fair documentary is a success in brand storytelling.

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Publicis Groupe Acquires Ecommerce Platform Profitero

Mergers & Acquisitions

The acquisition of the SaaS intelligence company aims to maximize product performance.

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9 of David Miami’s Most Memorable Burger King Campaigns

Creative

The agency created many winning spots, from 'Proud Whopper' to 'Moldy Whopper'.

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Leo Burnett Chicago and Change the Ref Take Top Spots at the Clio Awards

Awards & Honors

BBDO, Beats and Ogilvy UK also took home major prizes at the awards show.

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When Does a Celebrity Hit the Oversaturation Threshold for Advertising?

Influencers & Creators

“I much prefer to use a celebrity that hasn't overexposed themselves." - Greg Hahn, CCO, Mischief @ No Fixed Address.

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Erich and Kallman’s First Work for Friendly’s Makes Saving Room for Ice Cream a Serious Matter

Creative

The restaurant chain gets a makeover and highlights its most popular item.

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