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Now displaying: February, 2019
Feb 25, 2019

As Black History Month winds down, we're pausing to have an enjoyably blunt conversation about the obstacles faced by young people of color in today's ad industry—and how these discussions can be extended far beyond each February.

This week's panelists are:
• Kai Lawson, Co-host, Mixed Company podcast
• Bennett D. Bennett, Freelance Copywriter
• Kimeko McCoy, Social Editor, Adweek
• David Griner, Creative and Innovation Editor, Adweek 

Sponsor: This week's episode is brought to you by Facebook, which has a new podcast — Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection. This podcast brings some of the brightest minds in business together. Listen and subscribe on any podcast platform or by visiting Facebook.com/threeandahalfdegrees

Feb 19, 2019

Nancy Reyes, president of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York, joins us to discuss the retirement and legacy of creative icon Lee Clow. A pioneer of advertising's creative revolution, Clow led Chiat/Day to become one of the most celebrated ad agencies of all time—especially for its work on Apple ads like "1984." 

This week's panel is:

• Nancy Reyes, President, TBWA\Chiat\Day New York
• Patrick Coffee, Editor at Large, Adweek
• David Griner, Creative and Innovation Editor, Adweek

 

Feb 19, 2019

Nancy Reyes, president of TBWA\Chiat\Day New York, joins us to discuss the retirement and legacy of creative icon Lee Clow. A pioneer of advertising's creative revolution, Clow led Chiat/Day to become one of the most celebrated ad agencies of all time—especially for its work on Apple ads like "1984." 

This week's panel is:

• Nancy Reyes, President, TBWA\Chiat\Day New York
• Patrick Coffee, Editor at Large, Adweek
• David Griner, Creative and Innovation Editor, Adweek

 

Feb 12, 2019

Fresh off Adweek's two-day Challenger Brands event, our editors and writers gather to share the lessons we learned from the founders and CMOs of some of today's most interesting and rapidly rising companies. How did they carve out their niche, and what advice did they pick up along the way?

This week's panel is:
• Kristina Monllos, Brand Marketing Editor, Adweek
• Diana Pearl, Brand Marketing Reporter, Adweek
• David Griner, Creative and Innovation Editor, Adweek

Sponsor: This week's episode is brought to you by Facebook, which has a new podcast — Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection. This podcast brings some of the brightest minds in business together. Listen and subscribe on any podcast platform or by visiting Facebook.com/threeandahalfdegrees

Feb 5, 2019

Beer! Dragons! ASMR! Andy Warhol! Corn syrup? It was a weird Super Bowl, you guys. But before we lock it away in the annals of advertising history, the Adweek team is weighing in on the best and worst ads of the night, along with what we made of this year's trends.

This week's panel:
• Kristina Monllos, Brand Marketing Editor, Adweek
• Doug Zanger, Senior Editor, Adweek
• Jameson Fleming, News Editor, Adweek
• David Griner, Creative and Innovation Editor, Adweek

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