Adweek Podcasts

Adweek Podcast: How We Chose 2022’s Agencies of the Year

On this week’s episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, managing editor of creativity, creator economy and DEI Shannon Miller is joined by Jameson Fleming, Adweek’s managing editor for agencies and brand marketing, to discuss this year’s Agency of the Year award winners and the changes made to our selection process to better reflect the… …

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Laura Jones on Shifting Instacart’s Marketing Strategy From Transactional to Inspirational

During the early days of the pandemic, many people around the country discovered they could order groceries online through services like Instacart. Everything from carrots and cucumbers to boxes of cereal and tubs of ice cream could appear at their front door. Plenty of downloads ensued. Since joining Instacart around a year and a half… …

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To Dine For Podcast: Fox Sports Host Emmanuel Acho

In this week’s episode of To Dine For, host Kate Sullivan is joined by Emmanuel Acho, New York Times Bestselling Author, host of Fox Sports and creator of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.” Growing up in Dallas, Texas, the son of Nigerian immigrants, Acho never dreamed his life would take him all over the… …

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Kendra Scott and the Power of #Rushtok

If you’ve been on TikTok within the last 18 months, you’ve come across the various videos of young women going through the sorority recruitment at their universities process describing their outfits. The common denominator was one brand: Kendra Scott jewelry. As the videos started to gain more attention, the Kendra Scott team showed them to… …

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To Dine For Podcast: Serial Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk

In this week’s episode of To Dine For, host Kate Sullivan is joined by Gary Vaynerchuk. Also known as Gary Vee, Vaynerchuk has risen from a liquor store clerk to one of the most successful entrepreneurs of our time and one of the most sought-after speakers in business. An immigrant from Belarus, Vaynerchuk and his… …

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ESPN and the Evolution of Sports Marketing

Sports leagues and individual teams have long tried to create year-round fandom, even as the football, basketball, baseball or hockey season comes to an end. The Worldwide Leader in Sports, ESPN, has also long sought ways to keep fans plugged in, non-stop. And it’s Emeka Ofodile’s job to see that they do, whether that’s on… …

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Explore the Business of Creator-Based Media With On the Mic

Adweek is proud to present the latest edition to Adweek Podcast Network! On the Mic with Ad Results Media explores the business of creator-based media across podcasts, video and emerging audio. Hosts Lindsay Smith and Nate Spell dive deep into creative ideation, execution industry news and happenings. They also welcome conversations exploring the latest trends,… …

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Off Madison Podcast: How Ads Are Still Getting Disability Representation Wrong

The number of disabled people worldwide is 15% of the population. And that number is expected to rise due to Covid. Still, only 1% of advertising actually reflects disabled consumers, and even that little percentage is rife with problematic portrayals that still center on non-disabled viewers. In Episode 4 of Off Madison, Adweek inclusion and… …

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Brandweek Podcast: Build a Legacy With Abraxas Higgins

On Episode 4 of Brandweek: The Podcast, senior producer Al Mannarino and general manager of podcasts John Heil sit down with Adweek social editor Sami Lambert and content creator/strategist Abraxas Higgins to discuss the top moments of Day 4, including sessions with Kevin Hart, Kristin Cavallari and Shake Shack CMO Jay Livingston, plus a look… …

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To Dine For Podcast: Champion Fencer Lee Kiefer

On this week’s episode of To Dine For, host Kate Sullivan is joined by Lee Kiefer. Kiefer is one of the most skillful and accomplished women fencers in the world. She started fencing at a young age with her siblings under the guidance of her father, who was a former captain of the Duke University… …

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To Dine For Podcast: Ronne Brown, Founder of Girl CEO and Herlistic

On this week’s episode of To Dine For, host Kate Sullivan is joined by Ronne Brown, founder of female entrepreneur membership club Girl CEO, natural skincare line Herlistic and author of the book From Mopping Floors to Making Millions on Instagram. On top of being a branding expert, professional speaker, author, mentor and mother of… …

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The Great Fail Podcast: Why the World Unfriended MySpace

Before there was Facebook, there was MySpace, once the world’s most dominant social networking company. In the summer of 2005, one of the biggest deals in internet history made headlines when News Corp, Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, acquired MySpace for $580 million in cash. In the business realm, it seemed that with the backing of… …

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MPWIS Podcast: The Importance of Storytelling in Sports With WWE’s Stephanie McMahon

On this week’s episode of the Most Powerful Women in Sports podcast, we travel back to October 2021 when Adweek’s former chief content officer Lisa Granatstein sat down with Stephanie McMahon, interim chief executive officer of the WWE. McMahon is no stranger to the sports world and the fandom attached to it. The WWE is… …

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Adweek Presents… Jennifer Garner and John Foraker, Co-Founders of Once Upon a Farm

On this week’s episode, we travel back to Challenger Brands 2021 where Adweek’s former editor in chief, Stephanie Paterik sat down with the co-founders of Once Upon A Farm, which was launched in 2017 with the purpose of providing fresh, nutritious and delicious organic food that parents can trust and kids could love. Paterik is… …

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The Great Fail: How Jawbone Went From Wearable to Terrible

Many regarded Jawbone as one of the pioneers in wearables. After making its mark as a Bluetooth headset maker, it pivoted to capitalize on the new and highly desirable fitness tracking market. This pivot and expansion into a hot new area allowed Jawbone to attract funding from top-tier Silicon Valley venture capital firms and helped… …

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IBM Watson Advertising & Weather CMO on Moving with Agility, Velocity and Conviction

This just in: Randi Stipes, CMO of IBM Watson Advertising & Weather, has led an exceptionally successful career leading, learning and leaning into the constantly evolving media and technology and landscape. From content to new product development to ad sales and partner solutions, Stipes has continued to bet on herself, encouraging women in our industry… …

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Metaverse Marketing Podcast: Who Am I in the Metaverse?

When most of your time spent with others is on digital platforms, is your digital identity a better representation of who you are than your physical identity? As we look towards the future, our avatars will play an increasingly important role in how we enter the metaverse and how we represent ourselves there. “The purpose… …

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Adweek Podcast: Ranking the Celebrity McDonald’s Meals

McDonald’s kicked off it’s “famous orders” campaign with a pre-Super Bowl spot in 2020. However, it wasn’t until Travis Scott’s meal that things really took off. Since then, we’ve seen famous orders from J Balvin, BTS, and most recently Saweetie. Adweek’s David Griner and Shannon Miller are joined by audience engagement editor Jess Zafarris and… …

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Adweek Podcast: Previewing Brandweek and Fall TV

It’s the week after Labor Day, which means fall is almost here. The year marches on, strangely. So here at Adweek, we’ve reimagined September with a bunch of things in store for you. On this episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an Ad, Co-host David Griner previews his conversation at Brandweek Masters Live with our Brand… …

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On the Adweek Podcast: Analyzing the Highs and Lows This Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month falls annually between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15, offering marketers and brands an opportunity to connect with this growing segment of the population. However, many often rely on outdated stereotypes to prop up their campaigns–even the name might be ready for an upgrade. On this week’s episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an… …

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On the Adweek Podcast: Analyzing the Highs and Lows This Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month falls annually between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15, offering marketers and brands an opportunity to connect with this growing segment of the population. However, many often rely on outdated stereotypes to prop up their campaigns–even the name might be ready for an upgrade. On this week’s episode of Yeah, That’s Probably an… …

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