Adweek Officially Launches New Video Series, Top of Mind™

Expanding its community journalism channel (Inside the Brand™), each episode will feature insights from the world’s top Chief Marketing Officers and Industry Leaders

NEW YORK (October 2, 2019) — Adweek, the leading source of news and analysis covering the advertising and marketing industry, announced today the official launch of its new video series, Top of Mind™. Hosted by Adweek’s Executive Editor Stephanie Paterik and Chief Community Officer Nadine Dietz, Top of Mind™ is a brisk and insightful look at what’s on the minds of the world’s top CMOs and brand leaders, what challenges they are currently facing and the best advice they’ve received from their mentors.

Each 10-minute episode features a speedy yet thought-provoking series of questions with executives from some of the world’s most renowned brands. The first three episodes premiere today and feature Diego Scotti, CMO of Verizon, Marie Gulin-Merle, CMO of Calvin Klein and CDO of PVH Corp. and Tim Ellis, CMO of the NFL. Upcoming episodes, which will be released weekly, feature renowned disruptors including Andréa Mallard, CMO of Pinterest, Jennifer Breithaupt, CMO of Citi, Lina Shields, Chief Media Officer of Eli Lilly, Linda Boff, CMO of General Electric, Monique Nelson, CEO of UniWorld Group, Inc., Nuno Teles, President of Diageo Beer Company, USA, Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient, Victoria Russell, Chief Diversity Officer of Papa John’s and many more.

“Through this new video series, we are expanding our Inside the Brand™ franchise and providing more invaluable insights and advice from today’s brand visionaries,” said Jeffrey Litvack, Adweek’s Chief Executive Officer. “Only the brightest and most inspirational executives are invited to speak with Nadine and Stephanie, and we are delighted that Top of Mind™ will help professionals at all levels continue to do their jobs better.”

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