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Blue Diamond taps TBWA/Chiat/Day LA to lead creative duties, adage.com

Hulu’s Nick Tran Talks Leadership Style While Remaining Culturally Relevant as a Brand, adweek.com

CES 2019’s Focus on the Superficial and Lack of Innovation Were Among Its Shortcomings, adweek.com

An NFL-backed data firm is launching a sports-gambling marketing company, adage.com

Media Buyers Fear a Picked-Over Gannett if Digital First Media’s Hostile Bid Succeeds, adweek.com

Fiverr’s Ads, Meant to Celebrate the Gig Economy, Also Keep Fueling Its Critics, adweek.com

New York Media Names David Haskell Editor in Chief, adweek.com

AB InBev's big Super Bowl buy just got bigger, adage.com

Sinclair joins streaming war with launch of free service `Stirr', adage.com

Adobe Wants Consumers to Find the Perfect Shirt by Taking a Photo, adweek.com

Doritos’ Super Bowl Spot Will Feature Chance the Rapper, adweek.com

So long Marriott Rewards, it's time for Marriott Bonvoy, adage.com

Chance the Rapper to appear in Doritos' Super Bowl commercial, adage.com

How to ‘Botify’ Your Brand and Save It From Becoming Irrelevant, adweek.com

Leo Burnett has two new presidents, adage.com

Sears Will Remain on Life Support, adweek.com

Watch the newest commercials on TV from Metro by T-Mobile, State Farm, Parsons Xtreme Golf and more, adage.com

Movers & Shakers: Deutsch, Odysseus Arms and Johannes Leonardo, campaignlive.com

Hershey's, Tyson, Meredith join forces on ad measurement, campaignlive.com

This Tech Knows If Your House Will Flood Long Before You Do, adweek.com

If Your Team Wins the Super Bowl, Hotels.com Will Give You a Room to Make a Baby, adweek.com

These 4 Brands Refashioned the Way They Talk to Men Before Gillette Did, adweek.com

Roku Pulled Its InfoWars Channel, But Only After Users Revolted, adweek.com

Dentsu's Carat takes majority of P&G media business, campaignlive.com

YouTube Is Cracking Down on Dangerous Challenges and Pranks, adweek.com

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