To advertise the return of Roseanne on ABC, the network decorated the Times Square shuttle to look like the TV family's living room
Public basketball courts in Manila got a digital-physical makeover from Nike, Google and BBH
The company was concerned its location was not central enough to earn visitors, so it brought diners there for free
In an effort to encourage more vacations, the airline is selling office decorations for workaholics
The suspended shop handed out gear to passing climbers
A Delta ad took pictures of locations all over the world and posted them on a building wall for people to pose for photos as though they were traveling
Through the marketing campaign, the company has proclaimed support for Australians who cannot yet marry
VR will only meet its full potential if it moves beyond gaming applications
Grey Advertising shifts the traditional agency setup by giving millennials their own wing
Of the 40 entries in Leo Burnett's works to watch prediction reel many of this years entries are not traditional TV Spots but music videos, infographics, or 3D-Light shows instead. AdWeek chooses 18 favorites.
PSFK chats with Mike Albanese about his magazine's redesign and how 'in today's media environment, it's innovate or die.'
Elizabeth Spiers, Arianna Huffington, and Tina Brown. All under attack?