Advertising Week: Two for Tuesday

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At 9 a.m. on Sept. 27 Advertising Age brings Madison & Vine to New York for a provocative discussion of the direction of branded entertainment. Emmy-winning Harvard law professor Arthur Miller will host a Socratic debate between some of the leading executives in the space such as Group M's Irwin Gotlieb; Debbie Myers from Taco Bell; General Motors' Brent Dewar; Reveille's Ben Silverman, TiVo's Tom Rogers and Pepsi's Frank Cooper. The event takes place at the Jack H. Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. For more information, visit

The second annual Creativity No Spot Short Film Festival unspools at 4:30p.m. Sept. 27 at the Landmark Sunshine Theatre in New York. No Spot is a showcase of the best short films from ad-industry talent. This year, the festival will also feature branded content. No Spot will kick off with a keynote from entertainment pioneer Mark Cuban and a panel discussion, Storytelling 2.0: The New World of Production, which looks at the evolution in the ways and means of creating and producing and distributing marketing communications. For more information, visit

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