Apparently, there’s good money to be made in knowing who’s who in Adlandia. Culling data from its Agency Report 2011, the trade magazine is now offering Ad Age’s Agency Contact List which includes names, titles and contact information for more than 3,000 agency executives from the nation’s 900 largest advertising/marketing-services agencies. The Agency Contact List […]
Adweek has a new bespoke suit, a fresh shave and a great haircut. Its new editor, Michael Wolff, is feeling pretty good about it. According to The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Wolff said he wants the magazine “to be the editorial and economic anchor of a newsy website that appeals to the ‘chattering classes and […]
Mediaweek and Brandweek are no more. According to FishbowlNY, Brandweek and Mediaweek published their final print versions today, and will be folded into Adweek starting next week. Here’s the header running atop the two websites at this moment: In the upcoming weeks, Mediaweek.com (and Brandweek.com) will become part of the new, much expanded Adweek.com. You’ll […]
AdAge.com launched a new design this morning. Firefox users had to open Preferences and delete cookies in order to see it, but whatever. By the way, Shawn found this funny wireframe today: It’s easy to miss the joke embedded inside this wireframe. Look a little closer, then leave a nitpicking comment.
Among the many year-end “Best Of” lists comes The Year’s Most Creative Advertising Ideas on Forbes.com. Note the terminology here — not the most creative ads, but ideas. So there’s a mix of interesting things here, from Old Spice’s TV ad to Kellogg & Nestle’s Pop Up Stores to The Puma Social Campaign to Alicia […]
Michael Wolff has agreed to become editorial director of a group of trade publications that includes Adweek, Brandweek and Mediaweek. Wolff is a famous media firebrand. He writes a Vanity Fair column, he founded and runs Newser, an aggregator, and Wolff is the author of Burn Rate: How I Survived the Gold Rush Years on […]