47 avsnitt

Introducing Ad Block, a new Ad Age podcast. Hosted by Ad Age’s own I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni, Ad Block features personal, casual chats with big names in the industry. We’ve got one rule on this show: no guests can talk about their company or their clients. Get to know the people behind the ads you love—as they talk about anything but.

Ad Age Ad Block I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni

    • Affärsnyheter

Introducing Ad Block, a new Ad Age podcast. Hosted by Ad Age’s own I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni, Ad Block features personal, casual chats with big names in the industry. We’ve got one rule on this show: no guests can talk about their company or their clients. Get to know the people behind the ads you love—as they talk about anything but.

    Cosmopolitan's Jessica Pels on growing up in the ballet

    Cosmopolitan's Jessica Pels on growing up in the ballet

    Jessica Pels, editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, she talks about growing up as a ballet dancer. She also weighs in on the ways her training has made her a better editor (high pain tolerance, for one), the joys of mass transit and skin care tips from presidential candidates.

    • 46 min
    Makers' Dyllan McGee on running her first 5k

    Makers' Dyllan McGee on running her first 5k

    Dyllan McGee, founder and executive producer at the women-focused media company Makers, talks about getting off the couch and finally becoming a runner. She also weighs in on her favorite things about Peloton, exercise as therapy and the lies people tell about the runner's high.

    • 45 min
    Work & Co's Derek Fridman on street art

    Work & Co's Derek Fridman on street art

    Derek Fridman, design partner at Work & Co, talks about his background in street art, specifically wheatpasting—poster graffiti applied with a homemade glue made of flour and water. He also talks about a close shave with Lucasfilm, the failings of the InstaPot and how “The Mandalorian” succeeds as episodic, appointment television.

    • 49 min
    Jeff Sweat on leaving Mormonism

    Jeff Sweat on leaving Mormonism

    Jeff Sweat, founder of Sweat & Co., the public relations and consulting firm previously known as Mister Sweat, talks about growing up Mormon and leaving the religion with his wife and family as an adult. He also talks about his disappointment at being sent to Iowa for mission work, his proclivity for climbing tall objects and his thoughts after seeing Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon.”

    • 48 min
    Mother's Joe Staples on growing up with undiagnosed dyslexia

    Mother's Joe Staples on growing up with undiagnosed dyslexia

    Joe Staples, executive creative director at Mother Los Angeles, talks about growing up with undiagnosed dyslexia and dealing with a school system that didn’t understand him. He also weighs in on the similarities between advertising and Brazilian jiu-jitsu, the joys of driving in Los Angeles traffic and shepherding his young son through his own diagnosis of dyslexia.

    • 42 min
    Ad Block Encore: OKCupid CMO Melissa Hobley on in vitro fertilization

    Ad Block Encore: OKCupid CMO Melissa Hobley on in vitro fertilization

    Melissa Hobley, CMO at OKCupid, describes the obstacles facing people who are undergoing in vitro fertilization. She is currently pregnant with her second child conceived using the technique. The process is stressful, time-consuming, painful and expensive, and it involves plenty of uncertainty. “It’s one of those things that so few people talk about, for obvious reasons.” She also weighs in on the best and worst couples, the allure of live TV and mixing politics and family.

    • 54 min

Mest populära podcaster inom Affärsnyheter

Andra som lyssnade prenumererar på