New Digital Director at CJRW

After minutes of fierce agreement, the choice was obvious. The new Digital Director could only be Chris Ho. True to his nature, Ho seized the opportunity, and the 22-year advertising veteran joined the CJRW team in a leadership role. A force in digital advertising since its inception, Chris has seen the field evolve from blinking banner ads to brand-wide digital marketing strategies for national clients.


Across the country last Friday, people gathered to celebrate. And while the Fourth was still a few days out, Friday was the perfect day to celebrate our enthusiastic dependence on social media. We are referring, of course, to National Social Media Day, and CJRW rolled out the red carpet to honor the king of the hashtag holidays with a whole day of events and free swag. The event was Memes On Main, and despite the rain, it was a totally sharable success, thanks in large part to a very motivated class of interns.

CJRW@SXSWi: Day Five Highlights

It's CJRW's final day of SXSWi 2017. It was another great day of learning and enjoying the sights and sounds of SXSW.

CJRW@SXSWi: Day Three Highlights

It was another busy day in Austin, TX for the CJRW team. Sessions that featured the likes of Guy Kawasaki, Q&A panels with Mark Cuban, and topics like bots and so much more.

CJRW@SXSWi: Day One Highlights

Day One of SXSW 2017 was one for the books. From opening remarks by Hugh Forrest and Corey Booker to a live Q&A with Gary Vaynerchuk, from talks on Innovation to Maker Spaces to doing business in Cuba, we have definitely covered some ground.

Joslin Named President of CJRW

Darin Gray, chairman and CEO of CJRW, announced today that Jill Joslin has been named president of the Little Rock marketing and communications firm.

Something to Celebrate!

When an ad agency tells you they are the very best, never take their word for it – they’re a little biased. But fortunately for us, you don’t have to take our word for it. The readers of Celebrate magazine have voted CJRW the 2016 Very Best Ad Agency in NWA.