Ryan Barwick

Ryan Barwick

Ryan Barwick is Adweek's brands reporter covering travel, mobility and sports marketing. A 2017 graduate of the University of Delaware, Ryan previously worked at CBS Newspath writing and producing TV news stories for CBS affiliates, and the Center for Public Integrity where he covered the intersection of policy and technology.

After Kobe Bryant’s Death, Hard Rock Edited Its Michael Bay-Directed Super Bowl Ad

Hard Rock's Super Bowl spot will feature five celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez.

How a New York City Defense Attorney Ended Up Writing Copy for a Super Bowl Ad

How New York City defense attorney Will Binder became a copy writer for Wieden + Kennedy.

Kobe Bryant Is Dead at 41 After a Helicopter Accident

Bryant was an All-Star for 18 of his 20 years in the NBA and won two Olympic gold medals during his time on Team USA.

Pepsi’s Super Bowl Spot to Star Missy Elliott and H.E.R.

Even with Shakira and J-Lo headling its Super Bowl Halftime show, Pepsi has turned to two more artists to star in its commercial for the big game.

Heinz Will Air 4 Ads at Once During the Super Bowl

It's unclear whether the simultaneous spots are a gimmick or cost-effective.

Business Leaders Prepare for an End to the Longest Period of Growth

At this year’s CES, Adweek spoke with several CMOs about the conversations they are having about a possible recession.

Sony Built a Car That Will Probably Never Get Mass Produced

The road-ready prototype is just that, however—a prototype.

The Craziest Thing at CES Could Change OOH Advertising

Personalized airport signage may soon be a reality.

Shaquille O’Neal Likes Ring Doorbells So Much He Has One for His Treehouse

For the NBA MVP, the Consumer Electronics Show "is Toys R Us."

Uber’s Dream of Urban Transit Via Air Taxis Gets Closer to Reality With Hyundai’s S-A1

Eric Allison, head of Uber Elevate, on the company's sky-high ambitions for air travel within cities.