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Sony Advertises Its 'Most Beautiful' TV Picture With One of Its Most Beautiful Ads Ever

adweek.com — adam&eveDDB and directors Leila and Damien de Blinkk headed to Canada to film this remarkable new spot for Sony's 4K Ultra HD TV. And indeed, not since Jean-Claude Van Damme and Coors Light have we seen such a noteworthy ad about frozen balls.

Flowchart: When You Should (and When You Shouldn't) Work for Free

adweek.com — We learned recently that professional creatives tend to get prickly when asked to do work for no compensation. But is it always a bad idea to work for free? Jessica Hische's handy flowchart should help you decide.

Everything You Hate About Advertising Comes to Video With the Onion-Like 'Advertising Insider!'

adweek.com — The advertising trade parody site Adweak.com made quite a slash when it debuted way back in 2001, even meriting mention in an Adweek column. The site itself hasn't been updated since 2005, but Adweak (pronounced Adwee-YAK, or at least it was by Adweekers back in the day) soldiers on even today through the @Adweak Twitter account, which spits out blatantly fake headlines about the industry in the style of The Onion.

Mama June from 'Honey Boo Boo' Denies Dating a Sex Offender : People.com

people.com — 10/24/2014 AT 08:00 AM EDT Mama June is fighting back. June Shannon, 35, the matriarch on TLC's Here Comes Honey Boo Boo , has denied reports this week that she is dating a convicted sex offender - writing on Facebook that she left the man 10 years ago.

Infographic: The Ideal Length of Everything Online, From Tweets to YouTube Videos

adweek.com — Brands generally understand the most engaging lengths for billboard headlines, print copy and TV spots. But what about tweets, Facebook posts and online videos? The infographic below crunches some data to suggest the ideal length of everything online. Rules are made to be broken, of course, and this isn't to say other lengths can't work.

Agency Gives You Free Beer for Filling Out Your Timesheets, Because Nothing Else Ever Works

adweek.com — The industry is rapidly changing, but one thing remains the same: Literally the only thing that gets agency people to fill out their timesheets consistently is free beer. The latest example comes from Minneapolis, where Colle+McVoy has built a wondrous machine called the TapServer -a "multi-keg beer deployment system" that uses RFID and custom-written software to verify whether you've stopped being a lazy git, finished your timesheets and earned your free pint.

How a Company Known for Retail Ads Suddenly Made a Gorgeous Spot for Hardwood Floors

adweek.com — IDEA: Lumber Liquidators isn't exactly known for beautiful, romantic advertising. The hardwood flooring specialty retailer is much more versed in transactional, price-focused advertising. (Just look at the website, which is a smorgasbord of sale pricing.) A new spot for its high-end Bellawood brand, though, is a revelation-a gorgeous, nuanced, ethereal ad showing everything a floor endures over the years.

Brad Pitt Dodges Insults to Make a Charity Pitch on Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns

adweek.com — One of the best things about Between Two Ferns is how the guests have to plug their projects in the least comfortable way possible-indeed, while getting showered with insults. Brad Pitt is the latest victim, sitting down with Zach Galfianakis to discuss acting, handsomeness, his wife and his ex-wife (well, the character she played on Friends).

Brad Pitt Is Hilariously Showered with Insults on Between Two Ferns (VIDEO)

people.com — 10/23/2014 AT 11:05 AM EDT President Obama was a good sport on Between Two Ferns. And so, too, is "Bradley Pitts." Or so Brad Pitt is mis-introduced by Zach Galifianakis on the Funny or Die Web show in a hilarious new episode released Thursday.

Toddler Rescued After Climbing Inside Claw Toy Vending Machine (VIDEO)

people.com — Courtesy Diane O'Neil/Facebook 10/23/2014 AT 08:30 AM EDT It was amusing at first, says Colin Lambert's grandmother. "I took a bunch of photos," Diane O'Neill tells ABC News of how she reacted when her 18-month-old grandson Colin Lambert climbed inside a claw toy vending machine in Maryville, Tennessee, on Tuesday.
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Oct 16, 2014

@ZachDigitalPR Less subliminal than maybe a leftover relic? We did a whole story on it recently, actually. adweek.com/news/advertisiā€¦

Oct 16, 2014

This North Face post from Tuesday is the third most read story ever on Adweek.com. adweek.it/1p8D8Zz pic.twitter.com/R35WvdFyqN

Oct 15, 2014

RT @Adweek: Just a few minutes until #AdweekChat! This week's topic: How ads that empower women are changing the industry. See you at 2 ET!

Oct 13, 2014

Mucinex's ad character will soon "interact with real people" and "flaunt the many ways he provokes misery." As if things weren't bad enough.

Oct 08, 2014

How we resurrected Audrey Hepburn for the Galaxy chocolate ad. gu.com/p/428gy/tw via @guardian

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