Jameson Fleming

Jameson Fleming

Jameson Fleming is Adweek's chief of staff, focusing on newsletters, audience development and editing the Trending section of Adweek magazine. He previously served as Adweek's news editor and associate web editor. He also oversees Adweek's Super Bowl coverage. Previously, Jameson worked for Syracuse.com as a web editor and CBSSports.com as a social media editor. He holds a broadcast-journalism degree from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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Plus, go inside the world of product placement.

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Plus, how 3 agencies are moving away from the AOR model.

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Plus, does Amazon have an unfair advantage?

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Plus, meet Cincinnati's top brand stars.

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Plus, analyzing the effectiveness of Peacock.

KFC’s Viral Doughnut Sandwich; Norway’s Marketing Dilemma: Wednesday’s First Things First

Plus, how Heinz created America's favorite condiment.