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Bacardi and Oscar Winner Michel Gondry Team Up to Take Back the Night

America's top rum brand launched its biggest-ever integrated global ad campaign today with a new spot helmed by famed director, music video auteur and Oscar-winning screenwriter Michel Gondry. The 30-second Bacardi ad from agency of record BBDO New York focuses on reclaiming the nightlife for its most dedicated denizens. Show More Summary

Black-ish Earns Its ABC Rite of Passage and Visits Disney World for Its Season Premiere

Black-ish might be a hit show worthy of an Emmy nomination for best comedy this year, but when you're an ABC family sitcom, you haven't truly arrived until you travel to Disney World or Disneyland to film an episode. The series is finally...Show More Summary

Girls Gather To Govern In Washington, D.C.

As I write this, my collagues and I at GLOBALGIRLMEDIA have just wrapped an invigorating, six-month multimedia civic engagement project which involved criss-crossing the country in search of teen-age girls who wanted to have a say in the national presidential elections. Show More Summary

The Art of the Personal Project: Cade Martin

As a former Art Producer, I have always been drawn to personal projects because they are the sole vision of the photographer and not an extension of an art director, photo editor, or graphic designer. This new column, “The Art of the Personal Project” will feature the personal projects of photographers using the Yodelist marketing […]

These Creatives Took It Upon Themselves to Make the Pro-Hillary Video 'We Trump Hate'

Imagine a future "where minorities are the majority," people build more bridges than walls and education beats incarceration, a not-too-distant future where addiction is seen as a "crisis and not a crime" and where prisons are for killers—"not...Show More Summary

This Agency Created a Fake '90s Boy Band to Protest North Carolina's Bathroom Law

In April, North Carolina agency McKinney registered its disapproval of House Bill 2, the law requiring all residents to use public restrooms corresponding to the gender on their birth certificate, by showing the world where it belongs—on a very large role of toilet paper. The controversial law has made national headlines as Gov. Show More Summary

Energizer's Famous Pink Bunny Is Still Going After 27 Years, and It's Getting a Makeover

Ninety-five percent of consumers recognize the Energizer Bunny, according to a 2008 study. Energizer The average rabbit lives between seven and 10 years. But one remarkable specimen is heading toward its 27th birthday. That's so oldShow More Summary

People v. O.J. Simpson Breakout Star Sterling K. Brown on His First Emmy Nomination

Specs Claim to fame Emmy nominated for his portrayal of Christopher Darden on FX's American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson; star of the new NBC series This Is Us (premieres Sept. 20 at 10 p.m.) Base Los Angeles Twitter @sterlingkb1 What's...Show More Summary

Custody Battle Haunts Arab Woman Journalist

Veteran journalist Rula Amin is no stranger to tough assignments in conflict zones, but she never imagined having to dodge legal bullets to retain custody of her daughter, and lose her source of income in the process. "My ex-husbandShow More Summary

Empathy For the Women of Fox News

Sexual harassment inflicts a serious emotional injury on its victims, not least of which is the loss of agency over the fate of one's career trajectory. As is true of racial discrimination, when an employee believes that her superior...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert, Kelly Ripa and Other TV Stars Recall Their Most Memorable Commercials

Many of fall TV's biggest stars have one thing in common: They appeared in commercials early (and sometimes, not-so-early) in their career as they tried to break into Hollywood. Earlier this year, several television actors shared their...Show More Summary

Can Tom Selleck Convince Seniors Reverse Mortgages Aren't Too Good to Be True?

If you were around in 1987, you might remember the People magazine naming Tom Selleck the "sexiest man in the world." You might recall how that famous, mustached face graced the covers of the glossies and tabloids, or how Magnum, P.I.—the...Show More Summary

Video is giving The New Yorker a way to reach new readers without turning off existing diehards

Comma Queen, The New Yorker’s grammar-focused video series, might not seem that promising a concept on paper. In it, longtime magazine copy editor Mary Norris dishes out grammar and style lessons, using examples from current and previous issues of the magazine to illustrate each case. Recent episodes focus on whether the word “none” is singular...

Ad of the Day: Sonos Skewers Sound-System Indignities in These Clever Mini Ads

Sonos wants to solve all your modern audio woes, especially when it comes to listening to music at home. The wireless speaker brand is out with a new ad campaign from 72andSunny built around the myriad pitfalls of listening to tunesShow More Summary

Apology to Germany

For the record. I did not insult Germans about VR. I was honored that Die Welt asked me to write about VR for a special they were doing. The lede gained something in the translation. I wrote: Virtual reality will not change the world. But it might help change how we see it. This was […]

Ad of the Day: AT&T's Latest 'It Can Wait' Film Drives Headlong Into the Supernatural

BBDO and AT&T have delivered another powerful offering in the "It Can Wait" ad series. But while last year's "Close to Home" took its time setting up the board—showing us the different people who eventually collide at ground zero ofShow More Summary

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