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OK Go’s Damian Kulash thinks that it’s easier to work with brands than it is with record labels. He told Ad Age that while record labels try to make brands fit into a certain mould, “brands, generally, if you find the right relationships, they want the same things you do.” And OK Go has done a lot of branded promotions.
Chobani is looking for a new ad agency.
Downton Abbey is making its own line of branded wine.
The E*Trade baby is going into retirement. Ad Age thinks that these are his shining moments.
BBDO’s Collin Douma is leaving his post as SVP group planning director to Publicis Kaplan Thaler.
Here’s how fashion brands are using Vine.
The FTC updated its Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act today with some new restrictions.
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