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Ronald McDonald Loves Taco Bell Breakfast

When it comes to the uber-competitive fast-food empire, Taco Bell finally woke up and served the coffee—along with a slew of breakfast items all endorsed by Ronald McDonald himself. In

YouTube and Awesomeness on demand

T.L. Stanley recently wrote in AdWeek about the growth of the reach of YouTube, particularly with the 8-18 set. It should come to no surprise to most of us that

2014 Louie Awards

It’s that time of year again, when we humbly submit our blood, sweat and tears to the Louie Awards—Louisville’s Oscars of advertising—and hope for the best. Each year, the Louisville

Hyperbole 2014: Super Bowl 4th Quarter – Not so super Super Bowl ads

Each year for the past 7, we’ve divided up the Super Bowl and taken a look at the best and worst executions on the world’s largest/most expensive ad stage. Brooke

Hyperbole 2014: Super Bowl 3rd Quarter – Meh

Each year for the past 7, we’ve divided up the Super Bowl and taken a look at the best and worst executions on the world’s largest/most expensive ad stage. Megan

Hyperbole 2014: Super Bowl 2nd Quarter – No Spoilers

Each year for the past 7, we’ve divided up the Super Bowl and taken a look at the best and worst executions on the world’s largest/most expensive ad stage. Dennis

Hyperbole 2014: Super Bowl 1st Quarter – Cavalcade of Creativity

Each year for the past 7, we’ve divided up the Super Bowl and taken a look at the best and worst executions on the world’s largest/most expensive ad stage. Nick

Brand Fails in 2013

As we’re now into the beginning of the 2014 year…it’s only natural to look back on the good and the bad of 2013. Well, thanks to Tim Nudd of AdWeek…we

This Ron Burgundy ad is kind of a big deal.

“There was a time, a time before cable. When the local anchorman reigned supreme. When people believed everything they heard on TV. This was an age when only men were

The greatest blog entry in the world

Some creatives (I’ve heard…) have earned a reputation for being arrogant, egotistical and even a little obnoxious. But those characteristics may have been what led them to an advertising career