T. L. Stanley, AdWeek

T. L. Stanley

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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The ‘Magic’ Behind Drawing and Erasing on Etch A Sketch

The iconic drawing toy celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2020. → Read More

This Subway Can’t Make Your Commute Less Annoying, But Promises to Make It Shorter

Copenhagen public transit has some fun highlighting its speed in new spots from Danish agency Hjaltelin Stahl. → Read More

Cannabis Darling Charlotte’s Web Wants You to Know Hemp Is Great, Too

Branding is so subtle it’s nearly invisible on the murals, which kick off a “Trust the Earth” educational and community-building platform. → Read More

The Cafe Where Visitors Can Enjoy Cannabis With Their Meal and Live Entertainment

Lowell Farms is expected to boost cannabis tourism in the Los Angeles area. → Read More

The Poo-Pourri and Hotels.com Mascots Are Joining Forces for Fecal Color Commentary

They’re doling out plenty of poop puns as couples hit the hotel toilet. → Read More

How Facebook Watch Is Making Streaming Social and More From NewFronts West Day 2

Plus, attendees are divided on format change to event’s second year. → Read More

What You Missed From the First Day of NewFronts West

Rainn Wilson’s bassoon performance and other highlights. → Read More

How P&G’s ‘The Look’ Broadens the Black Experience in Media

Going beyond the ‘corporately molded version of inclusivity.’ → Read More

Singing Walmart’s Praises and Other Moments That Mattered at Adcolor

Gun safety and activism are prime topics in marketing today. → Read More

KFC Sold Out of Its Meatless Chicken Nuggets and Wings in 5 Hours

Curious customers flocked to one location offering Beyond Meat’s plant-based chicken alternative. → Read More

KFC Takes the Faux Meat Trend to a New Level With Plant-Based Nuggets and Wings

‘It’s confusing, but it’s also delicious’ says the fast food chain. → Read More

Why Eva Longoria, Adweek’s First Beacon Award Winner, Is ‘Subversive in the Best Way’

The Texas-born actor and new mom fearlessly uses her star power to make a difference—in Hollywood, politics and beyond. → Read More

PBR’s Stronger Seltzer Wears Its Potency on Its Sleeve in These Launch Ads

It’s 8% alcohol by volume and proud of it. → Read More

How Faux Meat Is Beefing Up Burger King, Subway and Dunkin’ Menus

Plant-based protein brands are expanding their reach with new distribution deals. → Read More

Jeep Visits NBC’s Songland, Using Winning Songwriter’s Tune for New Campaign

Automaker’s CMO guests on Wednesday’s episode, which also debuts the new ad. → Read More

Jimmy John’s Would Rather Buy You a House in Its Delivery Zone Than Bring You a Stale Sub

The chain’s new contest offers $250,000 toward a real home in one of its (notoriously tight) delivery areas. → Read More

We Spent a Night at the Taco Bell Hotel, Where Everything Is Supremely on Brand

Here’s what we saw at The Bell. → Read More

Ball Park Franks Brings Baseball’s Famed Racing Mascots Game to the Big Screen

Ball Park, a first-time cinema advertiser, also becomes the first consumer packaged goods marketer to create an in-theater AR game, set to air in front of G- and PG-rated flicks in National CineMedia’s 1,700-plus theaters. → Read More

Seeking to Bust Stigmas, This Pop-Up Weed Museum Educates People on the History of Cannabis

The immersive Weedmaps Museum of Weed walks visitors through the history of cannabis, from prohibition through “Just Say No” to legalization. Interactive displays focus on medical research and advances while the overarching theme aims to draw attention to social injustices. → Read More

Burger King Expands Impossible Whopper to All 50 States as Plant-Based Trend Booms

Fast food chain had predicted the debut by year’s end. → Read More