With the passing of Cliff Freeman, father of "Where's the Beef?" and many other classic ads, we spoke to Droga5 creative director Lauren Ferreira about the experience of starting her career at his agency.
Often, the Latinx community in the U.S.—especially when they are first-generation—face identity issues in terms of holding on to their roots while also working towards assimilation and success in America. This issue spans across various components in one’s life–education, career success, parenting/family, etc.
On this episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad we’ve invited a few members of the Adweek community to join in a candid conversation focused on how the role of identity plays out in the careers of the Latinx Community and spills into personal life as well.
In Starburst's 2007 commercial, "Bus Station," we were introduced to a new character — the little lad who loves berries and cream. Recently, the spot has seen a surprise resurgence on TikTok, prompting new remixes of the character's repetitive song and marionette-like dance. On this episode of 'Yeah, That's Probably an Ad,' we're joined by Adweek's director of audience engagement Jess Zafarris to discuss the ad's surprise comeback.
Every year, Adweek recognizes the best and brightest executives working in marketing with our Brand Genius Awards. As a part of the awards, we also honor one Brand Save recipient, our annual recognition of standout work in the nonprofit sector. This week on 'Yeah, That's Probably an Ad', we're discussing the winner of Adweek's 2021 Brand Save award, The Trevor Project.