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Ad Tech Is Undergoing an Identity Crisis That’s Been Worsened by the Pandemic

Ad Tech & Mar Tech

Will ad tech undergo an identity crisis as it evolves toward a cookieless future?

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Soda Brands Are Moving Into the Niche Energy Drink Category


Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are establishing new energy drink products and partnerships.

Lisa Cullen

A Time Reporter Retrained Herself and Got an NBCUniversal Deal

Leadership & Talent

Lisa Takeuchi Cullen wrote her way from journalism into a TV career.

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Editor’s Letter: Game Recognizes Game

Sports Marketing

The inspiring story behind The Real Heroes Project, and why Adweek is so proud to be part of the historic campaign.

Highlights from The Real Heroes Project

The 12 Leagues Behind ‘The Real Heroes Project’ and Their Many Pandemic Relief Efforts

Sports Marketing

From donating millions of dollars in cash to producing PSAs and launching special programs.

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Challengers Are Filling Gaps and Creating Consumer Countercultures


Purpose-driven and authentic challenger brands have risen to address the needs of emerging consumer counterculture segments.

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Streamers Are Using Extended Free Trials in an Effort to Hook Housebound Viewers

Streaming & OTT

Subscription TV services offer generous free trials, hoping satisfied customers start paying up.

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Infographic: Shopping for Flour? Sure, So Is the Rest of America

Data Points

People are shopping less, but buying more groceries—especially in the category of flour, mixes and more.