I should be reading about Cannes and relaying said information here. After all, what kind of ad blogger am I? I think you know by now, I’m the ad blogger who doesn’t give a shit about Cannes. Thankfully, there is a multitude of other ad-related things to care about. Doug Perlson, CEO of RealDirect, cares […]
Archives for June 2010
They’re not subtle, are they? At least they’re consistently tacky.
The key takeaway in Adweek’s story about Mazda picking WPP to handle its business: After strategic presentations last month, client executives narrowed their focus to the WPP team and the Omnicom team led by DDB, said sources. WPP is expected to create a dedicated unit to service the account. The pick is not surprising. WPP […]
Evan Williams is the second-best selling Bourbon in the U.S. It is produced by Bardstown, KY-based Heaven Hill Distilleries, and made under the careful supervision of Heaven Hill’s father and son Master Distillers, Parker and Craig Beam, who represent the sixth and seventh generations, respectively, of the most famous family in American Whiskey. Yet, the […]
As bad as the BP gusher is for the economy, wildlife and the ecosystem in the Gulf, it’s a fund raising opportunity for groups like National Wildlife Federation. I have no problem with that, in fact, I’m prepared to send them $10 via text. My question to you is this: does the ease and immediate […]
Here’s some sweet music to every old school advertising person’s ears: PricewaterhouseCoopers projects ad spending on total U.S. TV will grow to $80.3 billion in 2014 from $62.1 billion in 2009, surpassing its previous high in 2006 of nearly $70 billion. According to Ad Age, the disruptive digital trends which dominate the pages of the […]