I-Hsien Sherwood

Editor, Campaign US

I-Hsien Sherwood is a journalist and writer living in Brooklyn. He is an unsparing editor, a punctuation fundamentalist and a great judge of character. Previously, he was Creative Editor of Campaign US and the senior editor of the news startup Latin Post.

At JWT, the Gustavo Martinez lawsuit passes the two year mark, with no end in sight

At JWT, the Gustavo Martinez lawsuit passes the two year mark, with no end in sight

The #MeToo movement is bringing accountability to the ad industry, but it came too late to help Erin Johnson.

How brands can avoid 'screwing up' when taking a political stand

How brands can avoid 'screwing up' when taking a political stand

Be like Patagonia (and Chik-fil-A), not like Pepsi.

Time's Up at SXSW details the uphill (and expensive) battle facing victims of sexual harassment

Time's Up at SXSW details the uphill (and expensive) battle facing victims of sexual harassment

The ad industry officially joins the movement with the creation of Time's Up Advertising.

Facebook's Andrew Keller offers 10 steps to connecting with online audiences

Facebook's Andrew Keller offers 10 steps to connecting with online audiences

For good or ill, the world changes when people come together and share ideas.

What do SXSW techies trust? Definitely not technology

What do SXSW techies trust? Definitely not technology

They know tech too well to put their faith in it, according to a survey by Edelman and wise words from Dan Rather.

Publicis Groupe refutes anonymous letter charging overvaluation of organic growth

Publicis Groupe refutes anonymous letter charging overvaluation of organic growth

The holding company called the allegations presented to auditors on Tuesday a "destabilization attempt."

CES 2018: Artificial intelligence needs to get to know you better

CES 2018: Artificial intelligence needs to get to know you better

In order to better predict users' needs, AI is hungry for more, and more personal, data, say experts from Amazon, Microsoft and IBM.

CES 2018: Artificial intelligence needs to get to know you better

CES 2018: Artificial intelligence needs to get to know you better

In order to better predict users' needs, AI is hungry for more, and more personal, data, say experts from Amazon, Microsoft and IBM.

DMS USA 2017: 'Journalism still works' says Business Insider founder

DMS USA 2017: 'Journalism still works' says Business Insider founder

Short ads are good, Facebook and Google aren't the only game in town, and media companies should stay worried.

DMS USA 2017: To create engaging content, experiment, optimize and then try something else

DMS USA 2017: To create engaging content, experiment, optimize and then try something else

Speakers from A+E, The Washington Post, Bloomberg and Diply shared their success stories.

A bot that targets sports websites is costing advertisers $250 million a year

A bot that targets sports websites is costing advertisers $250 million a year

Ad fraud detector Forensiq says the NFL, ESPN and all major sports sites are affected.

Creatives express skepticism that consultancies can foster brave work

Creatives express skepticism that consultancies can foster brave work

The minds behind "Fearless Girl," "The World's Biggest Asshole" and more discuss what it takes to make meaningful, moving campaigns.

New ANA report finds 'transparency concerns' in production process

New ANA report finds 'transparency concerns' in production process

In a follow-up to last year's media report, the Association of National Advertisers details "dysfunction" and rigged bids.

On 100th anniversary, Grey Group appoints Michael Houston worldwide CEO

On 100th anniversary, Grey Group appoints Michael Houston worldwide CEO

James Heekin III stays on as executive chairman as agency continues creative and economic ascent.

Chatbot builders make cheerful algorithms available to the masses

Chatbot builders make cheerful algorithms available to the masses

Not everyone can code a chatbot. But these days, no one needs to.

Spotify ads are 25 percent more effective than average, study says

Spotify ads are 25 percent more effective than average, study says

Cross-platform, multimedia spots drove increased sales for CPG brands, according to Nielsen Catalina Solutions.

5 Cannes contenders you've probably never heard of

5 Cannes contenders you've probably never heard of

Keep an eye on these deserving Cannes entries that might not be on your radar.

New banner ad from Jaguar Land Rover lets you test drive a car from your phone

New banner ad from Jaguar Land Rover lets you test drive a car from your phone

Working with Blippar and Mindshare, the auto company lets customers sit in a virtual driver's seat, no gear required.

Lacoste pulls a lovestruck couple through 80 years of history in a gorgeous new film

Lacoste pulls a lovestruck couple through 80 years of history in a gorgeous new film

BETC Paris follows up 2014's "The Big Leap" with another epic journey that occurs in the blink of an eye.

Mars and BBDO SF roll out first work made with crowdsourced platform in US

Mars and BBDO SF roll out first work made with crowdsourced platform in US

Connected Solutions president Leonid Sudakov envisions IoT future for consumer goods giant.