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Hallmark Channel CEO steps down following same-sex ad controversy
Bill Abbott leaves Crown Media after 11 years.
Why Frito-Lay is saying ‘Super Bowl’ nonstop: Marketer’s Brief
Marketer's Brief also has news on Hyatt's new meditation play and SeeHer's new chief.
New York City's StreetEasy awards lead duties to Austin-based Preacher
The shop will debut a new campaign for the New York real-estate platform sometime in mid-February.
Shell-shocked brands mourn the death of Mr. Peanut
Planters will air a funeral service for the 104-year-old spokesnut during the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl alert: a funeral and space exploration
Hello Super Bowl junkies,
I’m Jeanine Poggi, Ad Age’s senior editor, counting down to Super Bowl LIV. With less than two weeks to go we now know the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Feb 2. Leading up to the game, which will air on Fox, Ad Age will bring you breaking news, analysis and first looks at the high-stakes, Big-Game commercials—all in our Super Bowl Alerts newsletter. Sign up right here to get them in your email.
Join Ad Age on Jan. 28 as we bring together some of the top brands, agencies and creatives, including Hyundai, BBDO, Sabra hummus, Madonna Badger, Pop-Tarts and WeatherTech, to discuss what it takes to pull off a Super Bowl commercial.
Watch the newest commercials on TV from DirecTV, Jack in the Box, Magnum and more
Jack in the Box hypes its Tiny Tacos, which start at $3 for 15.
How to maintain authentic brand voice when pitching new customers
Sara Varni discusses how Twilio nurtured relationships with developers while expanding to the very different enterprise buyer.
Don't miss out: Ad Age Super Bowl event is next week
Marketers and agency execs weigh in on what it takes to pull off a Super Bowl commercial.
Gap CMO exits after just 11 months, as role gets 'redefined'
Her departure comes as the apparel giant ditches plans to separate from Old Navy.
Planters really has killed off Mr. Peanut, with a funeral planned for the Super Bowl
The 104-year-old spokesnut's service is scheduled for the game's third quarter.