Like a world-weary, ruggedly handsome Colonel Sanders fleeing his mysterious past, our podcast panel is back to explore the week's most interesting marketing moments. This week, Adweek's editors and writers talk about Carter finally getting his nuggs from Wendy's, Nike's ambitious effort to break a marathon record, our Oreo flavors of choice and this year's roster of Media All-Stars.
Join us for a VIP, life-changing experience on a podcast once owned by Pablo Escobar. This week, we discuss the Fyre Festival fiasco, Adweek's Elisabeth Moss interview, Domino's new ordering innovation, Trump's declining tweet engagement, Heineken's social experiment and much more.
Feel the POWER as Adweek's panel of writers and editors recaps our annual Power List of the top 100 marketing, media and tech executives. We'll also talk about why Shea Moisture is in hot water, what's happened since Bill O'Reilly's exit from Fox News and why we're fans of Darren Aronofsky's new ads for The New York Times.
OK Google, tell me about this week's episode of Adweek's podcast. "It features discussions of how Burger King is invading me, your innocent Google Home device. Adweek's editors and writers also debate MTV's chances under a new corporate president, Pandora's new on-demand option and Facebook's efforts to appease users and advertisers."
Attention passengers, we've overbooked this podcast with too much topical content, so unfortunately we'll need to forcibly re-accommodate a random listener. On this episode, Adweek's editors and writers talk United's drag-out social disaster, the lessons of S-Town and all the cool things happening in the modern brand Mecca of Atlanta.
What was Pepsi thinking? Its new long-form ad, featuring Kendall Jenner as a soda-carrying savior for social injustice, was an immediate disaster and is already being described as one of the worst ads ever. In this quick bonus episode, we talk about what happened, why it was such a stinker and what kind of lingering damage Pepsi may have done to its brand.
Who are the media world's new pundits and personalities worth following? In this week's episode, Adweek's writers and editors break down our list of 2017's Political Power Players, debate the Carl's Jr anti-cleavage ad and recap this year's best April Fools' brand pranks. We also talk about advertisers fleeing Bill O'Reilly's show after new sexual harassment claims came to light.
What are the hottest apps, tech brands and gadgets of 2017? Adweek's writers and editors unveil our 2017 Digital Hot List and discuss the agency world's dangerous addiction to overwork. We also stop and look around so we don't miss Domino's homage to Ferris Bueller.
Like the Heinz Ketchup to your naked french fries, Adweek's podcast panel is back to make your week complete. Our panel of editors and writers talks SXSW, Don Draper's long-awaited pitch win and our favorite moments from International Women's Day.
Mobile World Congress is over, and International Women's Day is here, so Adweek's panel of writers and editors have a lot to talk about this week. We'll look at Denny's record-setting memeness, Coke's best ad in a long while and why tequila is the perfect drink for the end of the world.
Super Bowl LI is in the books, and Adweek's podcast panelists have assembled for a special episode about the best and worst Big Game ads of 2017.
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Adweek's television reporter is back from 14 long days at the industry's annual winter showcase, and he has lots of news on your favorite (and soon-to-be favorite) shows. Plus our panel talks Oscar nominations, brand backlash against Trump, a super-freaky horror movie stunt and much more.
Grab a bucket of Los Pollos Hermanos and settle in for this week's Adweek podcast, where we're talking about our new Arc Awards (including the winners), a new study of brands whose reputations took a dive in 2016 and this week's ads worth watching.
We unveil our three Agencies of the Year, debate the effectiveness of boycotting your former advertisers and look at some of the week's best ads, including an incredible spot with a blood-chilling twist. Join Adweek's panel of writers and editors for our weekly discussion of all things marketing, media, tech and pop culture.
What were the hottest apps, TV shows, magazine covers and personalities of 2016? Our panel runs down Adweek's annual Hot List, along with the week's best ads (including Wes Anderson's return to marketing, this time for H&M). We also talk about AT&T's new TV package for cord cutters, Casey Neistat's new CNN gig and lots more.