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Real Famous is a real life education in making brands that people want to talk about. We’re talking to leaders in creative industries to learn from their stories - how they got started, the challenges they overcame, the work that defined their careers and what drove them to become a success. We're brought to you by Plein Air, the agency that helps brands grow through connected, shareable and useful customer experiences.
 
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"I think in a funny way, my dad programmed me to be a slacker with a work ethic" Imagine your parents not only knew what your job in advertising was, but deeply understood the business and the barriers to doing the best work possible. In this extended and insightful interview, Cameron Day (yep, from that "Day" family. His dad is Chiat\Day co-founde…
 
The Next Decade of Disruption is a 3 episode series we've created in partnership with the 2021 3% Conference. "I think people dim their light to be accepted into certain areas. It dims their ideas...and it seems like that is built into Corporate America." In the third and final episode, Asha sits down with Ashton Womack, Daily Show w/ Trevor Noah W…
 
The Next Decade of Disruption is a 3 episode series we've created in partnership with the 2021 3% Conference. "An empathetic truth is a way of sharing 'unvarnished realities' of what's happening in a corporate culture" In the second episode of our series, Jean Grow - accomplished author, Professor Emeritus at Marquette university & Founder of GROW …
 
The Next Decade of Disruption is a 3 episode series we've created in partnership with the 2021 3% Conference. "To be a 'legend' is to leave this place better than when we began" In the first episode, we hear from two legendary Ad Women who have defied convention throughout their careers. Nancy Reyes is the CEO of TBWA\Chiat\Day NY and Katrien DeBau…
 
"I would actually caution people about 'trying' to sound smart" With the proliferation of texting, shorthand, and autocorrect, one could argue that grammatical-correctness is at an all time low. In one of our wittiest and informative episodes yet, author, copywriter and ad industry vet Sara Rosinsky shares memorable tips on how we can all improve h…
 
"At a senior executive level, the talent pipeline has been starved for decades of diverse talent." There's no denying that the 'way we work' has forever changed due to the pandemic. With trends like 'The Great Resignation' emerging as companies / employees navigate what their 'return to the office' looks like, many believe the once-in-a-generation …
 
Let’s face it, creativity requires a lot of stupid ideas in order to get to the good ones Getting to a good idea is something Marketers do daily. Getting to a great idea happens much less often. As this episode is launching during the Cannes Lion award season and America's Independence Day festivities, it felt apt to highlight Ideasicle X CEO Will …
 
An insight is different than an idea, because an insight gets us to change how we behave. In one of our most insightful episodes ever, author and globally renowned advertiser Mark Pollard breaks down the meaning of "strategy" and how marketers can get the best out of their multifaceted teams. He opens up about how is own childhood experiences shape…
 
If you are selfless in your intentions, selfless in your full engagement, selfless in your expectations, things will eventually unfold in a positive way. Bill Tsapalas is probably best known for his strategic creativity, having helmed creative campaigns for some of the industry's most notable brands and agencies. What many may not know, is that Bil…
 
"If you believe you need to earn attention as a brand, it completely changes the creative process" In an era that will ultimately mark the 'death of cookies', Dan Greenberg CEO & founder of Sharethrough - a platform that powers ads for big publishers like Forbes, CBS and Time - is focused on helping advertisers drive effectiveness with tactics alig…
 
“I kept telling people we’re like the Ben & Jerry’s of Healthcare” Imagine a world where your healthcare team was committed to solving your health problems - before they even start. Joy Altimare - Chief Engagement / Brand Officer of EHE Health - and her team are disrupting our outdated notions on healthcare by doing just that - providing personaliz…
 
"When you tell a story the right way, all 7 parts of the brain light up." When you think of Hollywood storytelling, you probably think of movies, tv shows and big budget content. In this episode - recorded just before the 2021 Oscars - Kristina Paider breaks down the mechanics of Hollywood storytelling and discusses its applications across both mar…
 
I suspect a lot of the people who are writing these ads have never even tried these items. Bill Oakley - former show-runner for The Simpsons - sheds light on his new gig as a highly sought after burger-reviewer, awards show founder (check out The Steamies) and start-up toy designer along with tips for marketers and influencers looking to authentica…
 
"We had to immediately shift out of selling vehicles and into how we can help take care of our customers" In this candid yet in depth interview, Nissan USA CMO Allyson Witherspoon provides insightful perspective on modern marketing, auto industry trends, diversity and what's next for the company after successfully navigating the business through a …
 
“Does the Wall Street Journal reflect business or can The Wall Street Journal change the future face of business?" In what turned out to be quite an enlightening conversation, Suzi Watford - Wall Street Journal EVP, Chief Marketing & Membership Officer - breaks down the story behind the publication's current success in the ever-evolving newspaper b…
 
“I think the pandemic has made us all creative in a different way” Comedy, particularly live sketch and improv comedy has been one of the hardest hit entertainment genres since the onset of the pandemic. Many talented and successful artists in the space have had to make significant career shifts in order to adapt. Caroline Martin is a sketch comedy…
 
"As a marketer, it’s my responsibility to seize moments...and use them as a springboard to help more people understand the value our product is bringing" In this insightful, yet surprisingly humorous episode, Reddit CMO Roxy Young breaks down the platform's role in the GameStop stock saga, the subsequent Congress hearings and of course the iconic 5…
 
“We should continue leaving room for magic in the creative workplace” Broadway star Syndee Winters (Nala in The Lion King, Hamilton, and much much more) gives Asha & Rob a candid, insightful and often hilarious look at what it's been like having her entire career and way of life upended due to the pandemic. With New York's biggest stages closed for…
 
"If you start with the dollars, you’ll never get to the relationship. If you start with the relationship, you’ll definitely get to the dollars” In this special episode inspired by the marketing madness / euphoria that surrounds the Super Bowl, Tim Staples enlightens Rob Schwartz on how advertisers can cut through the noise and leverage big moments …
 
"Know Your Power" Often, when we think of 'Self Care' the first image that comes to mind is a slender white woman in LuluLemon pants doing a one-legged yoga pose. Trust us, it's much, much, much more than that. This week, we're highlighting Marah Lidey & Naomi Hirabayashi - two women of color who founded the Shine App - a daily self-care ritual tha…
 
"...There's a buzz especially in Tel Aviv, there’s a real entrepreneurial and innovative spirit there” Listen as Tedx speaker & International agency founder (Natie) Eitan Chitayat has a candid conversation with Rob Schwartz on becoming an entrepreneur, living in Israel and following your truth. Eitan is an ingenious entrepreneur who went viral for …
 
In the first ever 'all-female' Disruptor Series episode, Asha Davis has a candid conversation with Author, Empowerment Coach, Motivational Speaker and Intuitive Healer - Deanna Deacon. Listen as Deanna discusses her new book: Feminine Warrior - Your Guide To Intuition & Feminine Wisdom and shares insights on how we can all use this moment in time t…
 
In a very special episode to commemorate Veteran's Day 2020, Doug Melville interviews Brigadier General Leon Johnson, president of Tuskegee Airmen inc. to gain further insight into the legendary brigade and discuss the #FlyLikeThem campaign. History has often ignored the contributions of Black Americans, leaving heroes like the Tuskegee Airmen, the…
 
In a special episode recorded in partnership with Advertising Week in New York City, Doug Melville interviews Ilana Glazer from the Generator Collective and learns how both everyday people and celebrities are using the 'power of knowledge' to drive political change. “That does resonate with people, that level of not understanding” - ILANA GLAZER Cr…
 
Introducing our new format: the “Mini-sode.”Here we give you a quick conversation with people who are disrupting business, culture and life. Today’s “mini-sode” features the founder of Dog Lovers For Joe. A political group supporting Joe Biden for President founded by our very own DSeries founder Rob Schwartz. Listen in as host Asha Davis unearths …
 
Imagine the trials and tribulations of a Muslim-American family featuring an all Middle-Eastern cast. Oh, by the way, it’s a comedy. If that’s not a disruption on the American sit-com landscape, we don’t know what is. That’s why we invite you to listen in as actor and comedian Dave Merheje of the Emmy-nominated series, “Ramy” talks comedy, pop cult…
 
Days after the death of George Floyd, Madison Avenue was put on notice by Bennett D. Bennett and his partners. In a well-crafted, impassioned letter, Bennett and his team laid out a 12-step plan for agencies to dramatically improve the workplace for black employees. In this episode, hear the incredible story of the “Open Letter” and learn how this …
 
Derek Walker is the founder of ad agency Brown and Browner. As he says, "It's not a Black agency. It's an agency owned by Black people." Derek has been fighting to do the best work for clients throughout his career. His latest idea is the "Kumite." A creative competition that assembles the most diverse and inclusive talent to solve big challenges o…
 
People make statements with t-shirts, tote bags and face masks. Well, now to disrupt all of that — underpants. That’s right, designer and entrepreneur Geren Lockhart is celebrating the political heroes of the COVID19 crisis with a line of...intimates. Listen in is as she unpacks how she made headlines with the article of clothing people typically d…
 
This is a conversation with Emily Heyward. Emily is the co-founder and Chief Brand Officer at Red Antler. They have developed some of the biggest startup success stories on the planet, often working with founders before product launch. Their clients have included Allbirds, Keeps, Casper, Away, Burrow, and Chime. They’ve also worked with more establ…
 
Before she was a New York Times best-selling author, and before she was editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth was in Advertising. Listen in as Elaine sits down with host Doug Melville to talk about coming into your own – on your own terms. Live at TBWAChiatDay NY, Elaine also lays out her journey to find her voice and how that led to the …
 
Before Covid-19 hit, we had the brilliant chef, restaurateur and author Gabrielle Hamilton at a Disruptor Series live event. And while the virus and lockdown has forced her to shut down her beloved NY restaurant, Prune, the wisdom she shared that evening still provides food for the soul. Have a listen on this special, from-the-vault episode. Podcas…
 
Jordan Goldstein is an award-winning architect at Gensler. After decades of thinking about all manner of architecture and design, he’s been laser-focused on what life will be like as we emerge from this Coronavirus crisis. What will walking into a building be like? What’s the fate of the open office? Can we ever feel optimistic again? Hear the answ…
 
Feeling alone and anxious during this crisis? Giles Edwards has an idea to provide you with some company -- and importantly -- some inspiration and knowledge. You see, Giles and his collaborators have created ISOLATEDTalks.com. Emphasis on "TED." It's a nod to TED Talks as the website serves up some presentations, talks and stories from some of the…
 
While the government and scientists can't agree when we can open the economy back up, one thing everyone agrees upon is that covering your nose and mouth with a mask helps keep you and others healthy. The problem? There's not enough quality masks. Enter Tito Melega. Tito's a creative director, art director, content producer and now, a mask entrepre…
 
This is a conversation with Rob Schwartz, the CEO of TBWA\CHIAT\DAY New York. Rob has been with the company for more than 20 years, including roles as Global Creative President and Chief Creative Officer. He’s led work for some of the world’s most well-known brands including Nissan, McDonald’s, Pepsi, and VISA. He is also the host of the Disruptor …
 
David Burn is the founder of AdPulp -- an advertising publication with a difference: it’s for practitioners, by practitioners. For 15 years, AdPulp has been providing news and perspective from the trenches. Listen in as he and host Rob Schwartz discuss the current state of the advertising industry, where it’s been, and the future of writing and wri…
 
When did you realize there were differences amongst people based on their race or ethnicity? For Tiffany R. Warren, it happened when she was very young. But the differences she experienced inspired her to find ways to bring us all together. Today, Tiffany is Omnicom's Chief Diversity Officer and Founder of ADCOLOR. Listen in as she sits down with h…
 
If a drunk driver killed someone in your family, could you ever forgive them? That’s the kind of deep question Katherine Schwarzenegger takes on in her new book, “The Gift of Forgiveness.” Katherine spoke with 22 people about their stories and shares some of her incredible learnings live at TBWAChiatDay with host Doug Melville. Podcast Credits Host…
 
Welcome to the Disruptor Series Podcast’s first “PFH.” That’s right, a Pod From Home. COVID-19 is affecting everything from how we live, how we work, how we eat, invest and interact (or don’t interact) with each other. Listen in as host Rob Schwartz and Disruptor Series co-founder Doug Melville unpack and discuss the top 10 Disruptions of this extr…
 
Douglas Davis is a designer, author, filmmaker, digital marketer and an educator. His book, “Creative Strategy and the Business of Design” helps readers truly understand design’s place in business. And it goes even further to illustrate how to marry the magic of creativity with the logic and language of strategy and finance. Douglas also shares the…
 
The advertising business is crazy. And lately, things have gotten even crazier. It’s more complex. With more platforms. More jargon. More acronyms. And more opportunities to poke fun at all of it. Creative Director and copywriter Ryan Wallman has done just that. His new book is called “Delusions of Brandeur.” And it’s a wonderful antidote to all th…
 
Matt Rotondo thinks brand content should be bigger and more focused. Bigger in that he prefers to guide his clients to the IMAX movie experience. More focused in that he believes there s a secret weapon to get people to fall in love with your brand -- education. That's right, as the Executive Producer of Cosmic Picture, Matt is doing disruptive thi…
 
Maria Ross is the author of a new book called, “The Empathy Edge.” In it she lays out the case for empathy in business and life. And on this episode of the Disruptor Series Podcast Maria unpacks the power of empathy. And reveals how you can make your company or business more empathetic and ultimately more successful. Credits Host - Rob Schwartz Int…
 
Mackenzie Thomas is a product specialist at Google looking to create a more representational internet. She’s focused on showcasing content and advertising with more diversity and inclusion. Using Google technology, she and her team were able to analyze trillions of images and start to help brands understand and create a more gender balanced experie…
 
Amanda Enayati’s life sounds like a Hollywood movie. She was a refugee of the Iranian Revolution. Orphaned briefly she emigrated to the US in the 1980's. She worked hard to become a corporate lawyer only to find her career and life stalled by a brutal form of cancer. But Amanda has proven to be a lot stronger than her circumstance. Hear a bit about…
 
Brittany Johnson is a rising creative star. She's written rap songs for Coca-Cola and earned Cannes Lions for it. She's also disrupted her own career as an art director and jumped client side to become a master of Instagram technology and art. Here she sits down with host Doug Melville to talk about being a woman of color in the creative industries…
 
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