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How COVID-19 changed the 2021 Super Bowl ad game

At Ad Age In-Depth: Super Bowl, brands, agency leaders and top creators discuss how the pandemic and fight for social justice influenced the plans and strategy for 2021 commercials

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Aaron Walton Kicks Off Ad Age’s Black History Month Programming As Guest Editor

Walton reflects on a favorite that gave a voice and platform to Black storytellers. 

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Aaron Walton shares insight with AdAge on How Super Bowl 2021 commercials will be judged on inclusivity

As one can see, the emphasis is on accurate representation and on the prioritization of cultural insights,” Walton adds. “These are filters through which we should be looking at Super Bowl work in 2021.

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Walton Isaacson Announces Multiple Hires and Promotions

Walton Isaacson is stepping up recruitment and retention efforts across multiple disciplines, marketing specializations and cultural expertise. 

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Jon Renner Rejoins Walton Isaacson In New Agency Services Role

Walton Isaacson has appointed Jon Renner senior vice president/director of agency services. The position is new and Renner will be based in New York and report to agency CEO Aaron Walton.It’s Renner’s second tour of duty with the agency where he previously served as account director (2008-12) working with clients like Unilever and Avion.

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Magic Johnson, Other Celebs Urge Voter Turnout In Color Of Change Spot

Walton Isaacson teamed with non-profit civil rights advocacy group Color of Change on a get out the vote PSA featuring celebrities like Magic Johnson, Boris Kodjoe, Alexandra Shipp, Lexi Underwood, Persia White, Joseph Morgan, and Camryn Manheim. The spot is focused on the importance of voting overall, particularly for often overlooked local elections like District Attorney. […]

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