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Watch the newest commercials on TV from Progressive, Lexus, Jimmy John’s and more, adage.com

Ad of the Week: Bayer helps humanize corporate brand, campaignlive.com

Snap hopes to woo retailers and DTC brands with launch of dynamic ads, campaignlive.com

Movies That Changed Advertising; Netflix Eyes Its Competition: Thursday’s First Things First, adweek.com

How Will Boeing and Airlines Handle the Return of the 737 Max 8?, adweek.com

WWE Inspires Wild Office Brawl in Fox’s Friday Night SmackDown Spots, adweek.com

Voice Is Top of Mind for Citi’s Global Consumer CMO Jennifer Breithaupt, adweek.com

KFC becomes the Netflix of chicken wings with $75 subscription offer, adage.com

Mastercard grows fastest in new Interbrand value ranking, adage.com

The tyranny of big numbers: Why more isn't always better in marketing, adage.com

5G is a giant leap for mankind ... and for media, too, adage.com

Want to crash the Super Bowl without an official commercial? Start planning now, adage.com

Cosmo's editor reflects on her first year on the job, adage.com

The Guardian launches subscriber-only, ad-free daily app, digiday.com

The Rundown: Barstool Sports has sold 1m bottles of pink lemonade vodka, digiday.com

Trinity Mirror parent Reach is getting around news-blocking keyword blacklists, digiday.com

The age of the operator: What the new cluster of digital-media acquirers are doing differently, digiday.com

WTF is SupplyChain Object?, digiday.com

‘Clients have unrealistic expectations’: Media buyers sound off on Amazon, hiring and talent retention, digiday.com

The state of brand suitability, digiday.com

The List takes Advertising Week New York, adage.com

AdFin’s Bid to Bring Transparency to Programmatic Ends as It Shutters Its Doors, adweek.com

Many Consumers Think ‘Fake News’ Is Still a Problem Heading Into 2020, adweek.com

Netflix brushes off 'streaming wars' by adding 6.8 million subscribers, adage.com

'We've been preparing for a long time': Netflix hypes original shows as it braces for new wave of competition, campaignlive.com