Category: UM in the News

A new study by IPG Mediabrands examines the accelerating amount of inaccurate and misleading content appearing across online news outlets and social media platforms. The Dis/Misinformation Challenge for Marketers reveals the dramatic rise in both disinformation and misinformation; which social media outlets are making strides to eliminate misleading content, and those that are not and

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The Campaign BIG Awards celebrate excellence in advertising and are judged by a group of up-and-coming creatives. The results are in for the first Campaign US BIG Awards. The BIG Awards is Campaign’s creative program identifying the best work produced in the past year across media disciplines, sectors and creative excellence. But unlike other creative

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Stories of epic wildfires, destructive hurricanes, and diminished potable water supplies dominated news headlines throughout the summer — all the indisputable results of the effects of climate change on the environment. So it’s no coincidence that stories of companies looking to reduce their environmental impact on the planet have populated business headlines — and that

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Jeff Marshall discusses the next steps agencies must take in creating inclusive workplaces In today’s live edition of Remotely, Jeff Marshall, the newly appointed chief diversity officer at Interpublic Group’s UM, joins Ad Age’s Jeanine Poggi to discuss the next steps agencies must take to ensure inclusivity in the industry. UM elevated Marshall to the

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As part of its continuing effort to promote diversity, IPG Mediabrands’ UM unit has promoted Jeff Marshall to the newly-created position of Chief Diversity Officer. Marshall, previously served as senior vice president-DEB (diversity, equity and belonging), and in his new position expands his role to to promote diversity outside UM’s organization, including the launch of

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Industry executives remember that fateful day two decades ago. The 9/11 attacks physically happened in New York City, but it was a crisis that shook the entire world. In the New York-centric advertising industry, countless people remember heading to work that day as usual, ready to bury themselves in pitches and meetings and brainstorm sessions

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