Here Are More Advertisers Cleaning Up At Cannes [THE BRIEF]

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McCann’s “Dumb Ways To Die” won another Cannes Grand Prix, this time for the radio category. Intel/Toshiba, Oreo, and Apple have won awards in other categories.

Burberry is now all over Vine.

WPP bought stake in a micro-blogging site called Muzy.

According to the IAB, only one in 10 retailers from the UK have tablet optimised sites.

Mitch Weinstrom from UM explains why cookies are good for Google and Facebook.

Sorry Steve Stoute and Translation, Anheuser-Busch InBev is switching over to have BBDO as its creative lead on Bud Light. Translation can keep Bud Light Platinum, though.

Twitter made a deal with Viacom.

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  • The Logo Of One Of The World’s Biggest Brands Is Hidden In This Beautiful Abstract Art
  • P. Diddy Met With The Most Important Advertisers In The World And Told Them He Hates Their Work
  • Stats Show Makeup And Spanx Are Getting More Popular Among Millennial Men

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