In social media marketing, where's the line between being topical and being cringe? Looking back on recent examples, Adweek reporter Emmy Liederman joins David and Shannon to discuss the blurry line of corporate cringe and how it can undercut your social strategy.
Last week, five chief marketers made their exits, including Walgreens’ Patrick McLean, IBM’s Carla Piñeyro Sublett, TikTok’s Nick Tran and Popeyes' Bruno Cardinali. On this week’s episode, Adweek's performance marketing and brand marketing editor David Kaplan joins David and Shannon to discuss why these high-profile marketing leads have either given notice or are being pushed out.
Outlook 2022 officially begins tomorrow and on this week's episode, we have an all-star lineup of Adweek editors to discuss what they expect to happen this year across marketing, agencies, the metaverse, and more.
Hear from Shannon Miller, Jameson Fleming, David Kaplan, Lucinda Southern, Patrick Kulp, and Terry Stanley as they share their outlook on what 2022 will look like in their respective beats.
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Since its introduction in 2003, the McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies in the world. Twenty Thousand Hertz presents this story of how a catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet, from its humble beginnings at a German ad agency, to being sung by globally famous pop stars. Featuring interviews with "I'm Lovin' It" composers Tom Batoy and Franco Tortora of Mona Davis Beat.
This episode was written and produced by Fran Board.