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Join the scrappy, skeptical Adweek news team as we debate the highs and lows of creativity, advertising, marketing, media and technology.

    163 - On the Demise of Mr. Peanut Ahead of the Super Bowl

    163 - On the Demise of Mr. Peanut Ahead of the Super Bowl

    Mr. Peanut's funeral is reported to air during the Super Bowl. Podcast co-hosts Ko Im and David Griner discuss. Plus, on this week's episode, breaking news reporter Katie Lundstrom joins us from Texas to talk about the Little Caesars and Doritos teasers. And we delight in Winona Ryder visiting her namesake town for Squarespace.

    Plus, the CEO of Talkwalker talks about the buzziest online discussions leading up to the Big Game, and what to potentially expect on social media during the Super Bowl.

    • 35 min
    162 - Inside That Game of Thrones Super Bowl Spot and Nike's Lunar New Year Ad

    162 - Inside That Game of Thrones Super Bowl Spot and Nike's Lunar New Year Ad

    We look back on the scream-inducing Game of Thrones x Budweiser Super Bowl spot. Co-hosts David Griner and Ko Im sit down with Droga5 creative directors Lauren Ferreira and Jono Paull.

    Plus, Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai ECD Vivian Yong joins us to discuss the inspiration behind Nike's Chinese New Year ad and the intentional curation of taking an interesting insight and infusing it with competitive spirit.

    • 50 min
    161 - Adweek's @SuperBowlBot and the Stall of Blockchain

    161 - Adweek's @SuperBowlBot and the Stall of Blockchain

    We're on the road to Super Bowl—with 60-second ads and political ads to come. And fewer ads means more pressure for returning and new players to make a splash.

    On this week's podcast, creative and innovation editor David Griner is joined with senior editor Nicole Ortiz, deputy brands editor Diana Pearl and emerging tech reporter Patrick Kulp. Diana predicts how brands will be making more of a statement. Patrick discusses how the @SuperBowlbot project came to life.

    • 40 min
    160 - Diversity and Inclusion in 2020 and at CES

    160 - Diversity and Inclusion in 2020 and at CES

    On the first episode of the year, we discuss inclusion and diversity on all fronts: the podcast itself, at the Consumer Electronics Show.
    Travel reporter Ryan Barwick joins us to talk about sustainability and publishing editor Sara Jerde discusses an interesting landscape for publishers. Plus, Jean Foster, svp of marketing and communications of the CTA talks about the trade organization's efforts. Plus, how co-hosts David Griner and Ko Im are approaching this year's resolutions.

    • 48 min
    159 — Looking Ahead to 2020

    159 — Looking Ahead to 2020

    On this year's final episode of Yeah, That's Probably an Ad, co-hosts David Griner and Nicole Ortiz speak with staff writer for agencies and AgencySpy editor Erik Oster about 2020 as a good year for independent agencies, TV editor Jason Lynch on some of the best shows to come and executive editor Stephanie Paterik on new ways to reach consumers as we peek ahead to our next Challenger Brand's roster of speakers (spoiler alert: chief marketers from the NFL).

    • 47 min
    158 - Best of 2019's Ads

    158 - Best of 2019's Ads

    We look back at the best spots of the year.

    Co-hosts David Griner and Ko Im speak with Minda Smiley and Josh Rios debate which Nike ad was better and share their other favorites from 2019.

    • 1 hr 13 min

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