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Twitter aired its first-ever TV commercial on Sunday, starring NASCAR’s Brad Keselowski. The microblog service has previously aired two other commercials but they only appeared on YouTube.Shut Up Cartoons, an animation chanel on YouTube, has been doing particularly well with original content. In fact, its four new shows (which includes Zombies vs. Ninjas and a sketch about a monster that wants a desk job) has gotten over 20 million views since the April 30 launch. That gives hope to YouTube’s new channels.
A mobile marketing vendor confesses what advertisers do and don’t know about mobile advertising on Digiday.
Ad Age chronicles Rio de Janeiro’s transformation from a dangerous slum to a marketable hub for tourists.
Droga5 is Qantas Airlways, Sydney’s new global creative agency of record. The shop takes the place of M&C Saatchi, which had the post for 17 years.
Why agencies are now looking to target smaller Chinese cities as well.
This is one of the most terrifying spokesbears of all time … and we though Teddy Ruxpin was bad.
Ethan Bull, an exeutive assistant at Deutsch New York, has created a graphic-novel called World War Hack. You can download a copy here.
Jorge Calleja left his post as creative director at Sid Lee, where he worked on Red Bull and Adidas, to be an SVP/group creative director at The Martin Agency.
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