Luz Corona is the community editor at Adweek.
Adweek Podcast: The ECD of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Today’s creatives must be the ultimate multitaskers.
There Are Stranger Things Than Seeing a Brand on a Show These Days
From strategic KFC mentions in Stranger Things to the critical role of a prop master, this episode dives into what it takes for brands to meaningfully connect with the audience.
From Ads to LGBTQ+ Kids’ Books, This Illustrator Has Drawn It All
The former art scene creative turned ad artist created a kids' book on LGBTQ+ figures.
Let’s Get Loud—and Clear—on What Latinx Consumers Really Need From Marketers
A series on what brands should know to form long-lasting relationships.
Tricia Melton, CMO of Kids, Young Adults and Classics, Warner Brothers Discovery – Leveraging Legendary IP for Memorable Campaigns
Tricia Melton affectionately refers to her CMO role as being “a kid in a candy shop” and, considering the brands under her umbrella, the description feels genuine. Melton is responsible [...]
Michelle Yeoh Didn’t Set Out to Be a Star. She Just Stayed True to What She Believed In
The actress talks about her start in action movies without a blueprint and how she only takes on projects she believes in
Proud Voices: How the LGBTQ+ Community Is Choosing Resilience
A series spotlighting the community's impact on advertising and marketing.
This Project Challenges the Perpetual Foreigner Stereotype
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Behind the scenes of #IAmFromHere, a modern AAPI portrait series.
AAPI Voices Shaping the Future of Representation
A series on AAPI cultural nuances and societal challenges marketers need to know.
#IAmFromHere: A Modern AAPI Portrait Series
Inspired by a TikTok tutorial, the series aims to challenge the 'perpetual foreigner' stereotype through impactful visuals.