Shannon Miller is Adweek's Creative and Inclusion Editor and host of our podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad." Before joining Adweek in 2021, Shannon was news editor at The A.V. Club. Shannon holds a Bachelor's degree from Florida State University.
Saweetie Taps In for McDonald’s Next Famous Orders Meal
The rap star brings her eye for experimentation to the Golden Arches.
WarnerMedia’s Karen Horne on What Awaits Graduates of the Access Writers Program
More networks are taking steps to address the long-existing race and gender gaps.
Amazon Competitor Mercado Libre Mexico Gave Free Shipping to ‘Those Who Stayed on Earth’
With some help from creative agency Gut Mexico, the massive ecommerce platform—a direct competitor of Amazon Mexico—brilliantly turned the highly publicized launch into an opportunity to boost sales by offering [...]
Grey Goose and Uninterrupted Explore Moments That Sparked Iconic Athletic Careers in New Series
Christen Press, De’Andre Hopkins and Chris Bosh share their journeys over drinks.
OshKosh Outfits Tiny Pop Culture Legends in Its Confident Back to School Campaign
Agency Majority turns Outkast, Mariah Carey and Muhammad Ali into young dreamers
OZY Fest Returns with Title Partner TikTok, Expands to Miami
'TED meets Coachella' goes outside of New York for the first time.
Grammy-Nominated Artist John Forté Joins ONWD Collective as Director of Brand Development
On Tuesday, ONWD Collective announced the addition of hip-hop icon John Forté as its new director of brand development. The Fugees collaborator rounds out the small team of consultants and [...]
‘What Rhymes With Shot?’: The Story Behind BLK’s Surprise Smash, ‘Vax That Thang Up’
The creatives behind the summer's greatest PSA tells Adweek how it came together
Juvenile, Mannie Fresh, Mia X and BLK Dating App Urge Singles to ‘Vax That Thang Up’
Made with Atlanta-based agency Majority and closely modeled after the original, the parody comes with a new music video and the addition of Mia X, who was famously linked to [...]
‘No More’: This Declaration, Written by Women in Advertising, Puts All Harassers on Notice
After Zoe Scaman's powerful article on the industry's culture of misogyny, women in advertising are promising an overdue reckoning.