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Back Page: Who will be 2020′s Agency of the Year winner?

Arrivals+Departures reminds us that people, not algorithms, are still at the heart of great work.

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Back Page: The CTA Revolution

Doug&Partners calls on agencies to see if “calls to action” actually work.

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Back page: Cannes is changing

No Fixed Address predicts the next Cannes crowd in an evolving industry environment.

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Back page: A demographic breakdown

Here is an unorthodox method of segmentation, courtesy of OneMethod.

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Back page: Fall TV, AI style

Conflict’s Niall Kelly and Jason Last imagine a world of content programmed by artificial intelligence.

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Back page: The only brief you’ll ever need

The&Partnership finds unique inspiration for a brief that works for every project.

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Back page: What’s new! in retail

Lg2 tells us what’s fresh, original, old, free, big, small…the list goes on.

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Back page: Pocket creative director

A can’t-miss cut-out doll, just in time for another awards season.

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Back page: Notes from the headline cemetery

Not every story makes the cut.

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Back page: The logo data made

After playing with some numbers, FCB/Six predicts the winner for next year’s Brand of the Year.

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Data gets up close and personal

Innocean’s Scott Suthren imagines what might become a typical interaction with a company just four years from now.

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Back page: A note from procurement

Edelman Canada receives a letter from advertising’s loneliest outpost solving the agency compensation conundrum.

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Back page: Marketing opportunities after marijuana is legalized

Rethink presents just a few ideas around what may be coming.

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Back page: A banner ad AMA

OneMethod explores what happens when you actually click a banner ad.

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Back page: Top 2016 media prediction

J. Walter Thompson’s final big prediction for the new year is a hairy one.