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Q&A: Mark Wahlberg on His Journey From Hip Hop to Hollywood to Hamburgers

Mark Wahlberg took the advertising world by storm in 1992, thanks to his provocative, indelible Calvin Klein underwear campaign, which was shot by the late Herb Ritts. He's been surprising us ever since, transitioning from Marky Mark,...Show More Summary

Why We Shame Millennials Living at Home

I turn 24-years old in June. I graduated magna cum laude from a prestigious NESCAC school, have lived abroad and in New York City, and am lucky enough to have a rewarding, financially sound career. And, I live at home with my parents--out of choice. Show More Summary

Chrysler Selects DDB Chicago as Creative Agency of Record on Its Jeep and Alfa Romeo Brands

FIAT Chrysler Automobiles confirmed today that it has chosen DDB Chicago as creative agency of record for its Jeep and Alfa Romeo brands, effective immediately. There was no formal review. A client spokesperson tells Adweek, "FCA US LLC has selected DDB Chicago as the lead creative agency for the Jeep and Alfa Romeo brands. Show More Summary

Certain Songs #474: Freedy Johnston – “Neon Repairman”

2 months agoMedia / Publishing : Booksquare

Album: Neon Repairman Year: 2014 Back in 1993, on the heels of Can You Fly, Freedy Johnston did a pretty good cover of Glen Campbell’s version of Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman,” which might have even been a small radio hit. He’s been...Show More Summary

Leo, Oscar and Egyptian Media

You must feel sorry for the Egyptian reporter on International Women's Day whose questions to Leonardo DiCaprio about his first Oscar earned her international infamy for a shoddy job of journalism. "I am the first Egyptian journalist...Show More Summary

100 Male Agency Staffers Read Heartbreaking Quotes From Their Female Co-Workers

TBWA is using International Women's Day as a time to underscore the ongoing gender disparity in the advertising world, where women influence nearly 80 percent of purchase decisions yet produce just a fraction of the creative work. The...Show More Summary

How Donald Trump Broke the Media

Nicholas Mirzoeff, New York University After Super Tuesday, print and broadcast media have woken up to the very real possibility of President Donald J. Trump. But they can't seem to understand that their own decline is a major reason for his success. Show More Summary

AKQA Acquires App Agency Potato

Recent merger and acquisition activity has mainly taken one of two forms. On one hand, consulting and technology firms seeking CMO dollars have gobbled up ad shops. Examples include Deloitte's acquisition of Heat last week and IBM's January absorption of Resource/Ammirati, one of several deals the tech giant has made. Show More Summary

Forget Drones. This Year's SXSW Will Usher in the Era of Real-World Robots

If FaceTime and Siri already make you feel like you've been transported into a Jetsons episode or a scene from Blade Runner, buckle up. Robot makers are getting ready to mix the human experience with artificial intelligence in ways that...Show More Summary

With Vinyl's Resurgence, Here's How Brands Are Capitalizing on Music's Most Analog Medium

The resurgence of vinyl has everybody talking, and listening. Maybe you've thumbed through a trend piece in The New York Times, crediting analog-loving millennials as the impetus for the revival. Or, you've read in Billboard or on Pitchfork about the trouble that comes with manufacturing vinyl. Show More Summary

A New Survey Looks at the Growing Demand for Diversity in How Ads Portray Families

Two in five U.S. households today are diverse. We all know by now that the American family looks a lot different than it used to. Whether defined by LGBT parents, nonmarried parents or stay-at-home dads, two out of five households today...Show More Summary

With the Resurgence of Vinyl, How Can Brands Capitalize on Music’s Most Analog Medium?

The resurgence of vinyl has everybody talking, and listening. Maybe you've thumbed through a trend piece in The New York Times, crediting analog-loving millennials as the impetus for the revival. Or, you've read in Billboard or on Pitchfork about the trouble that comes with manufacturing vinyl. Show More Summary

How Droga5 Branded Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as It Would Any Consumer Product

When Droga5 sold a 49 percent stake to Hollywood talent agency William Morris Endeavor in the summer of 2013, there was plenty of speculation about how each side might leverage the other—how WME could use Droga's marketing prowess, and how Droga might employ WME's roster of entertainers. Show More Summary

Journalists in India Threatened and Attacked

By Sumit Galhotra/CPJ Asia Program Senior Research Associate Journalists across India are facing death threats, beatings, and jail sentences, and one has been shot dead in recent months, according to CPJ research on the world's largest democracy. Show More Summary

Chicago Advertising Federation Picks All Male, All White Awards Jury After 2015 Gaffe

Dear Mr. Datri, The year is 2016. Or it was last I checked. Yet seeing the lineup that the Chicago Advertising Federation put together for its American Advertising Awards judging this Wednesday morning, I wondered if it might be 1955: Eleven judges. Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders' Sisyphean Political Revolution

Former Meet The Press moderator David Gregory recently paid a visit to Tufts University, as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, to open up about finding solace in spiritual faith after losing his job at NBC, and to dish on the current state of politics and media in the 2016 presidential election. Show More Summary

With Purple, you can get election updates and political info via text

Hours before the first polls closed on Super Tuesday, my phone buzzed. I had a new text message. “Ahhh I’m so excited Joseph! Today is Super Tuesday, the most important day of the election thus far. 12 states are holding their primaries today and I’ll be following the action. Text LIVE to follow it with...

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