Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger

Doug Zanger is senior editor at Adweek focusing on creative. He is based in Portland, Oregon and unabashedly loyal to the Pacific Northwest.

Jane Maas and the Lasting, Honest Impact She Left On Advertising

The industry legend was much more than ‘the real Peggy Olson.’

One-Man Highlight Reel Odell Beckham Continues Nike’s ‘It’s Only Crazy Until You Do It’ Campaign

Giants wide receiver sets an audacious goal to become legendary.

How Nike Helped Raise Almost $24 Million for a Portland Children’s Hospital

Doernbecher Freestyle program celebrates 15 years.

The Most Bendable Yogis Are a Mesmerizing Way to Sell This Wellness Tea

It's the first work for Yogi Tea from Opinionated.

The 2018 Elections Were Packed With Memorable Ads. So Which Candidates Won?

A look back at the spots and storytelling that drew national attention.

‘Don’t Ask Me How Many People I’ve Killed.’ HP Reveals the Awful Questions Asked to Veterans

The brand highlights bias in the job-interview process in the continuation of its 'Reinvent Mindsets' campaign.

Why Culver City Is Finally Having Its Moment in the L.A. Creative Scene

Apple and Amazon made some noise when they moved into Culver City, Calif.

These 4 Must-See Campaigns Featuring Strong, Bold Women Were Just Recognized as the Very Best

The 3% Conference honored strength in inclusive creativity.

In These Documentaries, Callaway Shows 3 Unexpected Sides of Golf

Cultural and social diversity highlighted in new series of films

This TK Maxx Holiday Spot Features a Stocking That Literally Burps Out Gifts All Year Long

Voiced by Bill Nighy, the U.K. ad by Wieden + Kennedy London is some welcome theater of the absurd.