Bud Light is expressly trying to generate cultural buzz with its new "Famous Among Friends" campaign, and it sees this Sunday as its next big opportunity to do so.
Halloween advertising has been a treat this year, thanks to Fox Digital Studio and Mars candy brands, which teamed up for a wonderfully creepy series of two-minute "Bite Size Horror" films that have been airing on Fox television networks.
Ad retargeting is more trick than treat, right? Regardless, Svedka Vodka looks to leverage the unloved online marketing practice for a Halloween "Banner Ad Curse" campaign, created by Toronto agency Bensimon Byrne.
Sly James, the mayor of Kansas City, Mo., is courting Amazon's much-coveted second headquarters in a highly tailored medium--the site's own product reviews section, where he's been leaving 5-star reviews for scores of items his office recently purchased.
Dying children are hard to talk about, so one pediatric hospice care provider has created a poignant new campaign asking people at a loss for words to donate instead.
Squatty Potty knows some fantastic beasts and where to find them. That would be on the toilet, of course.
In Hollywood, when something's a hit, there's usually a sequel. Cue LG, which has been following a similar script to showcase the cinematic video features of its new V30 smartphones.
What if a real-life commercial looked, sounded and felt like an SNL skit? It's happened before, both purposely and accidentally, and it's happening now in the U.K.
The world's top sports stars are visually phenomenal, so their ads should be, too. Nike has always embodied this belief, with the best example being 2008's "Take It to the Next Level" soccer spot directed by Guy Ritchie, still one of the most visually stunning commercials ever made.
LeBron James is ready to get back to work. Actually, he's been ready since his Cleveland Cavaliers lost the NBA title to the Golden State Warriors in June.
There once was an underdog chestnut colt that ran in a prestigious stakes race in Ireland and won despite 100-to-1 odds.
Viewers watching various Fox networks over the past week have been visited by some strange and chilling advertising just in time for Halloween.
For the second weekend in a row, Blade Runner 2049 underperformed at the box office. While it was the top movie in its opening frame of Oct.
A British fashion brand is meeting anti-foreign sentiment in that country with a campaign celebrating immigration and diversity.
Way back in the 1970s, a team at Ogilvy came up with the timeless phrase "Two great tastes that taste great together." That classic bit of copywriting described the irresistible combination of chocolate and peanut butter in Reese's cups.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about the NFL that didn't involve concussions, criminal behavior or angry tweets from the president.
If your beloved anthropomorphic plush panda bear ever goes missing, don't sweat it. Tile's got you covered.
Mike Diva is going mainstream. The YouTube director, known in part for his insane fake Japanese commercials (including a famous Donald Trump ad spoof made during last year's election), is getting some plum real ad gigs lately.
Some of our favorite sports ads aren't so much about winning as gritting your teeth against adversity.
Remember the '90s, when the 50 State Quarters program was enacted and every transaction became an opportunity to exchange the glorious crags of Colorado for a fat Georgia peach?