Adweek Honors Its Rising Brand Stars
Top marketers feted at the Atlanta City Spotlight event.
Staying Small Helps This Startup Agency Snag Partnerships With Athletes, Celebs and Influencers
John McKelvey and Hannes Ciatti—eponymous leaders of New York startup agency JohnXHannes—are multifaceted makers.
How One Entrepreneur, Nostalgic for the Sweatshirts of His Youth, Created the ‘Greatest Hoodie Ever Made’
Homegrown and sewn, American Giant hoodies are sold direct to consumers online.
After Booting Its Lumberjack for a Woman in Flannel, Brawny Lands on Ellen
The lumberjack graced Brawny's packaging for 43 years.
How Iceland Is Managing Its Sudden Tourism Boom
The new challenge for marketers is ensuring that Iceland tourism doesn’t become a victim of its own success.
This Polyglot Makes Brand Messages Work In Every Language
The Social Element's languages director Richard Simcott helps marketers connect with consumers around the globe.
In the Age of ‘Fake News,’ Media Brands Are Turning to Advertising to Promote the Importance of Journalism
The proliferation of “fake news” has brought about a wave of advertising from print media organizations looking to underscore the value of responsible journalism.
An Invigorated Viacom Is Bouncing Back and Scaling Down This Year After a Chaotic 2016 Upfront
TV / Video
The company is ready to share its new strategy with buyers with a focus on the company’s 'flagship six' networks with global revenue potential.
Infographic: Who’s Watching TV’s Biggest Shows and How Their Interests Align With Brands
Quantcast uses search to break down audience data and help brands connect with targeted audiences.
For Some Networks, Bigger Is Actually Better at the Upfronts
TV / Video
AMC and A+E are reversing course and reinstituting their upfront productions.