"Linear television is far from dead right now."
TV Newser editor A.J. Katz talks about ratings going through the roof, the presidential debates and what else to expect in an incredibly busy election year.
It's our 200th episode, so we're taking a break from news to field questions from our listeners. Adweek editors Stephanie Paterik, Ko Im, Jess Zafarris and David Griner cover topics ranging from our jobs and lives to our favorite books of 2020 and what kind of agencies we'd open. Huge thanks to all who submitted questions! Reach out anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stan Richards has removed himself from The Richards Group, the agency he founded and still owns 100%. The departure ends a chaotic vortex of a week that saw many of the agency's key clients terminate their relationships with the agency over Richards' comment that a campaign was "too Black." What happened, and what's next for the storied agency? Adweek's agencies coverage team walks you through this unprecedented story.
It was the skateboard meme that swept us away.
Lyft's social director Bryna Corcoran and Adweek contributor Jeremy Schumann join co-hosts David Griner and Ko Im to talk about the Ocean Spray viral moment on TikTok—and whether the brand's response was appropriately timed.
They also recap the social hits and misses of the vice presidential debate.
What does it take to grow in 2020?
The Chicago agency's Managing partner Megan Lally joins co-host Ko Im and agencies reporter Minda Smiley to talk about how great relationships help foster creativity.