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Now displaying: February, 2020
Feb 24, 2020

The moldy whopper campaign had everyone talking. The triple agency-led fuzzy, greyed Whopper broke all the rules. Could it sweep the awards circuit?

Plus, agencies reporters Minda Smiley and Erik Oster join the podcast with hosts David Griner and Ko Im to discuss the U.S. and global agencies of year: moviemaker UM and comeback agency OMD, respectively.

And Paul Woolmington, CEO, Canvas Worldwide, the breakthrough agency of the year joins us in the studio.

Feb 17, 2020

In a special Black History Month-themed episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, senior editor Nicole Ortiz hosted and spoke with five industry executives on op-eds they’ve written for us in the past around Black History Month and how we can further the diversity conversation.

We were joined by Quiet Storm founder Trevor Robinson to talk about an article he wrote for us last year—one of the most popular Voice articles we’ve ever published!—looking at a rundown of racism in the advertising industry; marketer and author Frederick Joseph, who had also written an article for us in one of last year’s February print issues on how to make diversity efforts more inclusive; associate professor Monique Bell, who wrote about how diversity needs to begin in the classroom for marketers; and Adrianne C. Smith, the first global director of inclusion and diversity, and Judy Jackson, the first global head of culture, both at WPP on an upcoming print piece they wrote about how to deliver authentic work for black consumers.

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Feb 10, 2020

The retail industry is rapidly changing. Experiential reporter Ian Zelaya writes: “More retailers are using experiential techniques to evolve and compete with online shopping.”

He and emerging tech reporter join co-hosts David Griner and Ko Im to discuss the new mall, food hall and IRL shopping. We also discuss the world of online dating in a parody site called Amazon Dating as well as "Diverse Editions," a joint effort in the publishing world by TBWA/Chiat/Day and Penguin Random House for Black History Month, which got pulled very quickly.

Feb 3, 2020

What were the best and worst ads of the 2020 Super Bowl? Adweek's editors dive into the highs and lows of this year's Big Game spots.

Sponsor: This episode is brought to you by MasterClass. Jeff Goodby and Rich Silverstein, co-chairmen of Goodby Silverstein & Partners, break down how they created some of the most iconic ads of all time. Find them on MasterClass.com and the MasterClass app. 

Feb 3, 2020

In this bonus Super Bowl episode, Ko Im, co-host and departments editor, Adweek speaks with Cameron Smith, vp revenue strategy, GIPHY and Jason Musante, Global CCO, Huge. From Mountain Dew to Pantone, they discuss the most shared and talked about moments and what marketers should keep in mind for tentpole events—especially on social media. 

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