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Women on Breaking Stereotypes
How are female marketers perceived as?
Special guests Steph Beran Sanderson, Charlene Coughlin and Kelly Byrd talk about what it's like to be seen as peppy, aggressive and difficult—and what it takes to break those stereotypes in a way that advances the industry.
Plant-based Food and Powerful Women in Sports
Senior editor Terry Stanley joins David Griner and Ko Im to talk about national chains going plant-based and her profile of Naomi Osaka in the issue of Adweek's Most Powerful Women in Sports.
Election Week and Legalized Drugs
Looking back on the weeklong ordeal of the 2020 presidential vote, the Adweek team looks at how platforms like Twitter pushed back on Trump's claims of voter fraud. We also walk through what an important week it was for legalizing cannabis and even psychedelics. Could shrooms be the next mainstream, branded product category?
The Retail Holiday Forecast
How will Black Friday and holiday shopping fare?
Senior reporter Lisa Lacy talks about all things Amazon, Walmart and how consumer behavior has changed.
Covering TV and Trump in a Crazy 2020
"Linear television is far from dead right now."
TV Newser editor A.J. Katz talks about ratings going through the roof, the presidential debates and what else to expect in an incredibly busy election year.
You Asked, We Answer
It's our 200th episode, so we're taking a break from news to take questions from our listeners. Adweek editors Stephanie Paterik, Ko Im, Jess Zafarris and David Griner cover topics ranging from our jobs and lives to our favorite books of 2020 and what kind of agency we'd open. Huge thanks to all who submitted questions! Reach out anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org