Nick Weidenfeld was head of program development at Adult Swim, overseeing a string of breakout animated hits. Now he’s bringing those sensibilities to Fox, extending the channel’s animation dynasty into late night. Here’s how he hopes to make lightning strike twice.
In a new video for Lana Del Rey’s "National Anthem," the artist hearkens back to the 1960s, paying tribute to the Kennedys, with A$AP Rocky as JFK.
This is not an illusion. The beloved-but-cancelled "Arrested Development" lives on in our hearts, minds, DVD collections, and now in an art exhibition.
A new ad for after-school tech-teaching center, Code Club, brings out some big-time Internet innovators as potential teachers, who are then summarily dismissed by unimpressed children.
Fast Company’s Chuck Salter talks to Ford about the brand’s boundary-breaking Spanish-language spot that appeared on ABC during the NBA Finals.
The Wonder Clock counts down a woman’s biological clock in real time. Is it anti-feminist, a good-natured send-up of our obsession with fertility or art?
Andrew Keller, CEO of agency CP+B, recently sent an email screed to all staff, intended as a call-to-action of sorts--for the agency and for the industry. In it, he outlined, at length, the state of the brand world and his forecast for where things were headed, talking about brands and agencies changing culture, about social media as a behavior rather than a medium, about content creation, and just generally creating a brand that was fit for the modern era. An edited version of the email appears here.