Both companies nab three nominations for the awards to be announced Nov. 28.
Brands including Hennessey, New Balance and Kellogg are coming to The Digiday Brand Summit in Deer Valley, Utah, Dec. 2-5, to share their methods of digital innovation.
When it comes to video ads, context matters as much as content, according to speakers at Advertising Week.
The ad world’s top creatives live in fear of losing inspiration to come up with big ideas.
Digiday will be at Advertising Week, Oct. 1-5, to discuss the digital media revolution — and what top five things it needs to fix.
Facebook has partnered with Datalogix for even more consumer data, men are more easily influenced online, YouTube is getting out the vote, and more in today’s ICYMI.
HuffPo’s Janet Balis, Zenith’s James Kiernan and WSJ’s Rahul Chopra are just some of the speakers lined up for the Digiday Video Conference, Nov. 13 in New York.
Digiday has announced the winners of the 2012 Sammy Awards, which were held last night in New York.
Digiday’s 2012 awards for mobile media, marketing and advertising chose the Havas Digital mobile shop as best.
BBC restructures its approach around digital, politicians as brands, and Twitter gets a facelilft, all in today’s ICYMI.
Its new tech lab is dedicated to helping the retailer to get a head start on the latest in tech.
Google wants to make ads work across devices, smoothing the way to adoption of responsive design.
While social rarely provides direct revenue, publishers see social media teams as vitally important.
Do you use the words “aggregation” and “curation” frequently? Check your Klout score daily? You’ve passed into guru territory.
Vine’s six-second limitation isn’t holding brands back from adopting the platform.
Tracking isn’t the be-all and end-all, writes Adam Cole. Digital needs to take its cues from TV.
Y&R is celebrating its 90th birthday with a fun hashtag campaign that is yielding some entertaining results about how people feel about advertising.
Adobe’s Ann Lewnes sees formerly separate worlds on a collision course.