We're on the eve of advertising's biggest festival and awards show, the Cannes Lions, and we have a lot to talk about—but not until we hash out our strong feelings on IHOP's supposed name change to IHOb. Once that's out of the way, we talk about our predictions for the big winners at Cannes and what we're looking forward to.
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Adweek Editor Lisa Granatstein joins us to talk about her dinner with Anthony Bourdain, who has died at age 61. Lisa's interview became a 2016 cover story in Adweek, and she shares her personal experiences with the famed food icon and TV personality. We also discuss this year's Adweek Creative 100, our roster of the most creative professionals in advertising, art, music and more. And this week's Ad Worth Watching is a rare marketing tie-in with Ramadan.
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Roseanne's out of a job, and Samantha Bee is losing advertisers over her use of the c-word, so we've got Adweek TV editor Jason Lynch back to talk about the stories behind these stories. We also discuss Coke's first alcoholic product, Sir Martin Sorrell's next gig, one of the best love-story ads in recent memory AND Toronto's creative and tech renaissance.