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Dish Network’s “Hopper” allows users to skip over commercials. Thus, as a part of its multi-million dollar marketing campaign, the company made an ad about how its product has effectively killed commercials. The spot was created by BFG 9000:
Wieden + Kennedy is the new lead creative agency for Mondelez’s Trident in the U.S. The gum’s previous shop was Saatchi & Saatchi, which will continue to handle creative abroad. According to Adweek, W+K won the business without a pitch.
Al Paul Lefton, Jr., president and CEO of the ad agency with the same name, died at 84 Tuesday. His father founded the Philadelphia-based shop.
Self magazine is trying to get a younger audience.
Google AdWords now targets mobile audiences better.
Ad Age looks at the difficulties in the advertising industry in Venezuela.
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- A Photo Tour Of The Ad Agencies That Are Actually Still On Madison Avenue
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