Jameson Fleming is Adweek's agencies editor, focusing on creative and media agencies, account wins and losses and the agency-client relationship with a focus on the future of agencies. Jameson previously served as Adweek's senior editor of membership, chief of staff and news editor. He also oversees Adweek's Super Bowl coverage.
What Ad Agencies Should Be Doing to Demonstrate Their Value in 2022
They're fighting against the commoditization of their work.
The Martin Agency Is Adweek’s 2021 US Agency of the Year
The shop wins—again—thanks to stellar work and jaw-dropping creative.
The Martin Agency CEO Kristen Cavallo Explains Why She’s Heavily Involved With Her Clients
For the second consecutive year, the IPG shop is Adweek's US Agency of the Year
How Coca-Cola’s Mammoth Agencies Review Is Impacting the Industry
Brand explains its next steps with WPP's OpenX and its strategic creative roster.
The Evolving Agency-Client Relationship Is Leading to a Decrease in Reverse Auctions
Brands are looking for deeper integrations into the business.
Most Consumers Bemoan Brands That Release Their Super Bowl Ad Early
A survey from The Marketing Arm finds consumers want humor and celebrities in ads.
Ogilvy Names TBWA New York’s Chris Beresford-Hill President of Advertising North America
The WPP agency is beefing up on creative talent.
One Year in as Dentsu CEO, Wendy Clark Explains Why It’s Growing Again—and How She’ll Keep it That Way
She reflects on where the company differentiates itself in the market.