Kathryn Lundstrom is a senior news writer. Before joining Adweek, she wrote about politics for The Daily DONUT, analyzed policy at the Texas Capitol, worked as a fellow for The Texas Tribune and checked facts at Sports Illustrated. She holds an M.A. in journalism and a master of global policy studies from the University of Texas at Austin and got her B.A. in international studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Originally from Minnesota, she’s lived in Austin, Texas, for six years.
Americans Who Plan to Watch the Olympics Are Most Excited About Women’s Sports
A new Adweek-Morning Consult poll showed fewer respondents interested in men's sports during the games.
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Using local fulfillment hubs, the global startup aims to cut out the middleman.
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Looking Ahead to 2022, SXSW Is Drawing on the Lessons of the Pandemic Years
As organizers look to 2022, they’re figuring out what to keep and what to toss from SXSW Online.
As Activists Call Out Brands for Funding Anti-LGBTQ+ Lawmakers, Here’s How They Are—and Should Be—Responding
Experts encourage companies to 'take a look in the mirror.'
Ryan Reynolds’ Maximum Effort Marketing Has Been Acquired by Performance TV Platform MNTN
Reynolds will also become the chief creative officer at the new parent company.
Food52 Launches Drinks-Focused Vertical, Driving More Commerce and Brand Partnerships
Drinks52—which launches this week—houses spirits, wine, beer, nonalcoholic, coffee and tea content.
Can Redistributing Ad Spend Fix the Industry’s Diversity Problem?
Experts are skeptical of the latest slew of brand promises.