A special episode with Facebook. Adapting to the evolving ads ecosystem with Creative that brings people into focus.
Tubi’s Karl Dawson discusses what’s new with Tubi, get some insight into Tubi’s measurement and privacy practices, and take a look at the year to come in connected television through the Tubi lens.
UTA Marketing is UTA’s marketing arm, and Julian and David give an extremely compelling glimpse into the advantages a dedicated marketing division bring to their clients.
Neil Sweeney discusses Reklaim’s unique approach to the modern data privacy dilemma – an approach that rewards consumers for the data they elect to share with marketers.
Britt Fero of PB& discusses the meaning and importance of authenticity and purpose, as well as how her agency’s agility was able to help them weather the COVID storm.
Mark Ralphs and Taru Mäkinen of Good Rebels discuss what it means to be digitally well, and what consumers can expect from brands looking to join the well-being revolution.
This week we’re pleased to welcome both Gowthaman “G-Man” Ragothaman, CEO of Aqilliz and David Moore, CEO of BritePool to discuss how they’re working together to help the industry look beyond the death of the cookie.
Paying for projects vs. paying for time and materials? The answer seems very simple when it comes from Tracey Shirtcliff, Founder and CEO of The Virtu Group. Tracey joins us today to discuss how Scope, their software solution, can change the way we look at business decision-making.
Not only is Patrick Comer the Founder and CEO of Lucid, the largest Research Technology firm on the globe, he’s the man that coined the term ResTech to begin with. Patrick sits down with AW360 to discuss the fascinating world of data research.
In this episode we speak with Tara DeVeaux, Chief Marketing Officer, Wild Card Creative Group, Managing Director at 3AM. Wild Card and 3AM are multidisciplinary creative agencies that build worlds for some of the biggest brands around, and more recently they’ve shifted their focus to gaming.