Dallas Taylor is on a personal mission: a mission to shatter the notion that people must self-identify as “audiophiles” in order to better understand and appreciate the wonderful world of sound that surrounds them. As a sound designer and creative director at Defacto Sound, Taylor leads high-profile projects on blockbuster movie trailers and advertising campaigns, but since October 2016, he has been producing and hosting the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz where he explores the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds.
On this episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, host David Griner sits down with Taylor to discuss some of the most iconic sonic brands, what makes a sonic identity good (and bad) and Taylor’s goal to make the world of sound more accessible and approachable to all.
David Griner and Ko Im are joined by Facebook's Global Head of Social Marketing Eric Toda and LAAUNCH.org co-founder Norman Chen to discuss their recently released STAATUS Index - a comprehensive assessment of attitudes and stereotypes towards Asian Americans in the U.S.
David Griner and Ko Im are joined by Commerce Editor Lisa Lacy to chat about the marketing industry’s top 30 CMO's. Plus, a conversation about the uncertain future of Clubhouse with Platforms Reporter Scott Nover.
As we kick off Adweek's first Social Media Week event since acquiring the event in January, we're honoring our first ever Creator Visionary Award recipients. Leading the list is none other than rapper and producer Travis Scott, who was selected as our Creator Visionary of the Year. Adweek senior editor Shannon Miller sat down with Scott to chat about his creative process and inspiration and shares what she learned on this episode of the podcast.
Plus, a conversation with Social Media Week founder and Adweek chief innovation officer Toby Daniels about the changes he's seen in the industry since founding Social Media Week in 2009.