The negotiation of satisfactory terms for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) to replace the CBA that expires on March 31, 2019 is an important undertaking for both agencies and advertisers.
Alison Pepper, SVP, 4A’s Government Relations, delivered a statement at the California Attorney General’s hearing in Fresno, regarding member agencies’ concerns about the California Consumer Privacy Act. Issues include consent, the use of publicly available data, and the conflation of pseudonymized data and personal information.
Originally published in Campaign US, February 11, 2019 By Oliver McAteer, Campaign US The Federal Trade Commission’s leader has confirmed he will be speaking at the 4A’s Decisions 20/20 conference as intense debates over privacy and data rumble on. Noah Phillips is at the heart of a government discussion on how the data used in marketing and […]
CIMM and 4As Present TV Attribution Providers Study at 8th Annual CIMM Cross-Platform Video Measurement and Data Summit New York, February 7, 2019 — While industry leaders express optimism and enthusiasm for TV attribution, they also are looking for greater visibility and understanding into how leading providers conduct the practice. The finding is part […]
Originally published and posted on Ad Age, February 7, 2019 By Brian Braiker, Editor, Ad Age In a time where there is no shortage of gloom and doom in the agency landscape, the job falls to Marla Kaplowitz to be its biggest booster. Kaplowitz, the president and CEO of industry trade body the 4A’s, joins this […]
Originally published in AdExchanger, January 31, 2019 By Allison Schiff, AdExchanger Attention: Attorney General, State of California Re: California Consumer Privacy Act You’re killing us here. Thanks, The advertising industry The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is set to take effect in 2020 and the advertising community is desperate for some clarification. On Tuesday, a coalition of ad trade […]
A survey on Leave Benefits covering Separate vacation, Sick, and Personal Days Off Policies, Paid Time Off (PTO) Policies, Unlimited Days Off Policies, Bereavement days, Volunteer days and Summer hours in 4A’s agencies. Available for sale to 4A’s members ONLY. Please download the order form and email to HMiranda@4As.org.
Originally published in Adweek, January 18, 2019 By Chick Foxgrover, EVP, Creative Technology and Innovation, 4A’s Just because everyone’s thinking about 5G doesn’t mean everyone understands what it is or what it might imply for their industries and brands. You might have a better idea if you’d attended CES where it was a hot topic. For […]
Originally published in AAR Partners, December 3, 2018 By Lisa Colantuono, AAR Partners According to the latest study by ID Comms in partnership with the 4A’s released last week, U.S. advertisers are failing to get the most value from media pitches because of flawed processes and lack of communication. The study reminds me of a blog post […]
By Marla Kaplowitz President & CEO, 4A’s “Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.” —Stephen R. Covey This month, Ad Age published its 2019 list of the Best Places to Work. Kudos to all the agencies that made the list, recognized for their commitment to their people with the breadth of their offerings regarding benefits, inclusion and employee development. As […]
A statement from the agency Wunderman: Lester Wunderman Passes Away at 98 “Father of Direct Marketing” Created a Trillion-Dollar Industry New York, January 11, 2019—Lester Wunderman, chairman emeritus and founder of Wunderman, the original and largest direct marketing advertising agency, passed away on January 9, 2019 in New York of natural causes. He was 98 […]
Jerry Gibbons, who entered San Francisco’s advertising world as a mailroom boy, rose to head several of the city’s most powerful ad agencies and led the western US office of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, died of heart failure Jan. 7 at age 82. The polar opposite of the slick, silver tongued adman, Mr. […]