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Porsche plays up sports car racing heritage.
The New York Times is starting a new parenting site with an eye toward subscriptions, but it faces big online competition.
Adweek announces the winners of the first annual Experiential Awards.
Crain’s 2019 Notable Women Executives Over 50.
In-house analytics platforms help data-obsessed agencies.
Here are the brands and organizations that won in the 11th Annual Shorty Awards.
Arkells rock Cramer-Krasselt.
‘It’s a complex ecosystem’: Ad-tech firms promise OTT advertisers granular measurement, but marketers say there are holes in their pitches.
Corona gets its lime.
C-K panel talks about “Changing the Narrative.”
The Washington Post is trying to go beyond cookie-based ad targeting and match ads to people without being ‘creepy.’
C-Ker on Communication Arts 2019 Photography Jury.
C-K adds tech guru.
C-K handed out 750 brand new Porsche Cayennes, because it’s “the world’s most shareable sportscar.”
Jeff Kean joins C-K as Innovative Technology Director.
Porsche creates Cayenne model wall.
Pacifico: Live Life Anchors Up.
2019 is expected to be another terrible year for media brands, but publishers like BuzzFeed and Refinery29 have a plan to survive.
Chad Verly. Getting There.
Why many marketers look to cut vendors.
Cramer-Krasselt expands creative department by hiring creative director from BBDO.
Cramer-Krasselt awarded media buying AOR for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
How McClatchy plans to pursue national advertisers’ digital budgets.
From beer to sci-fi: the many voices of Marshall Ross.