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Intel Hopes This New Spot Will Shake Millennials From Their Malaise

Ask anyone what DreamWorks animation, prosthetic hands and the Space Shuttle program have in common, and you'd probably get a blank stare. At least until today, when Intel's latest branding campaign debuts at noon eastern time. (SeeShow More Summary

Certain Songs #420: Emerson, Lake & Palmer – “Karn Evil 9, 1st Impression”

3 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : Booksquare

Album: Brain Salad Surgery Year: 1973 Yes, I went through an Emerson, Lake & Palmer phase. It was 1977, and I was a 14-year-old freshman in high school. How bad was it? I went to Penny Candy and bought a shiny “ELP” best buckle. And then was pissed when more than one person “Cool. Show More Summary

Moen Selects Havas Chicago as Its Lead Creative and Media Agency

Moen has consolidated its marketing business at Havas Chicago, awarding the agency brand responsibility for creative, media, digital and content. The faucet manufacturer's measured media spending through the third quarter was nearly $13 million, and it spent about $16 million in 2014, according to Kantar Media. Show More Summary

Tough Mudder Celebrates the Awesome Fearlessness of Childhood in First Global Campaign

When you're a kid, you do dumb stuff like lick a battery for the hell of it. You test limits, because if you didn't you'd never learn. Tough Mudder, the grueling 10-mile obstacle course with thick mud pits and a stretch of terrain labeled Electroshock Therapy 2.0, has kicked off its first global ad campaign with creative agency of record Rokkan. Show More Summary

Ad of the Day: Women Hunt for Heroes Who Aren't Drunks in Heineken's Night Ballad

I'm holding out for a hero 'til the end of the night. He's gotta be strong, and he's gotta be fast, and he's gotta be fresh from the fight... Oh, and he'd better not be drunk off his ass! "Holding Out for a Hero," Bonnie Tyler's raucous '80s rock ballad, powers a new spot that launches Heinken's global "Moderate Drinkers Wanted" campaign. Show More Summary

Woman Whose Home Caught Fire Cheers America Up

When News on 6 reporters got to the scene of a fire at an Oklahoma apartment complex on Sunday, they figured they'd find residents "miserable and upset." But while firefighters doused the blaze at Tulsa's Casa Linda complex, they couldn't put out the positive vibe of the complex's residents. Most...

Data Journalism for Researchers: Masterclass at the World Resources Forum

By Stella Mikhailova, MSc in Sustainability and Management, University of Bath Florian Ramseger is a product specialist at software company Tableau. This year he came to the World Resources Forum, an international conference that takes...Show More Summary

Data Journalism for Researchers: Masterclass at the World Resources Forum

By Stella Mikhailova, MSc in Sustainability and Management, University of Bath Florian Ramseger is a product specialist at software company Tableau. This year he came to the World Resources Forum, an international conference that takes...Show More Summary

Cartoons, Terrorism, Sexism and Backlash

What is it about cartoons and caricatures that riles politicians, religious figures, business fat cats, authorities and people of different stripes? Political cartoonists have long served a watchdog function, wrote Jonathan Guyer last year in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks - and that's the problem. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Havas Likes The Sound Of Music For Marketing ROI

LAS VEGAS -- Time was, artists rejected the overtures of marketers. In a little-known example, R.E.M. once rejected Microsoft's lucrative request to use "It's The End Of The World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" in its Windows 95 TV commercial, leaving that honour to The Rolling Stones. Show More Summary

Flashback Friday: Fox News Host Megyn Kelly on Drugs

Fox News host Megyn Kelly is everywhere right now, including the current cover of Vanity Fair. The glowing cover story, "Don't Mess with Megyn Kelly, Fox News's Toughest, Brightest Star," will only increase her rise and prominence. Kelly...Show More Summary

Super Bowl Ad Tracker: Everything We Know About 2016's Commercials

Welcome to Adweek's Super Bowl Ad Tracker for 2016, an up-to-date list of the brands running Super Bowl spots and the agencies involved in creating them. Leading up to game day on Feb. 7, CBS is reportedly holding back a handful of 30-second spots, priced "north of $5 million a spot," for brands hoping to make a late entrance into the Big Game. Show More Summary

Ad of the Day: Geico Expands Its Brocabulary to Sell Brotastic Brosurance

The Martin Agency takes the word "bro" and runs with it—and runs and runs and runs with it—in its latest work for Geico. A 30-second "Flextacular" spot presents two dead-eyed dudes who pump iron and discuss how switching to Geico can save you money on insurance. Show More Summary

How the Self-Driving Car Is Turning Detroit and Silicon Valley Into BFFs

General Motors today revealed that it's investing $500 million in the car-service app Lyft in a measure that is designed to empower them to beat their competitors to the self-driving future. One of the more interesting nuggets in the...Show More Summary

Reporter questions Hillary Clinton about UFOs, again

Daymond Steer isn’t sure whether UFOs are real. But as a reporter for a small paper in New Hampshire, he’s well-positioned to ask top-tier presidential candidates courting the state’s voters for their thoughts on the matter. And that’s...Show More Summary

Ad of the Day: John Cleese Resurrects Basil Fawlty for First Time Ever in Specsavers Ad

John Cleese has brought back his iconic Basil Fawlty character for the first time on screen since Fawlty Towers ended in 1979—in a British commercial for optical retail chain Specsavers. Cleese helped to write the script, which references this famous Fawlty Towers scene (though don't click if you'd prefer the joke not be spoiled). Show More Summary

Papa John's Stands Behind Spokesman Peyton Manning Amid Doping Allegations

Papa John's pizza is the first of star quarterback Peyton Manning's sponsors to publicly throw support behind the Denver Broncos player after doping allegations surfaced last weekend. Manning, who owns multiple Papa John's locationsShow More Summary

Top 10 Sexist Media Moments of 2015

Co-authored with Scott Richardson, Ph.D., author of Gender Lessons: Patriarchy, Sextyping & Schools Sadly, the mainstream media's laziness has yet again provided us with a long list of competitive material for our annual top 10 sexist media moments. Show More Summary

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