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AT&T worked with BBDO to completely dominate Twitter during March Madness, says Adweek. Although many other brands, like Capital One and Nike, have purchased promoted tweets around the game, AT&T partnered with the NCAA and Turner Broadcasting and has better Tweet coverage opportunities, doing everything in real time. The Twitter Promoted Trend ads during March Madness is costing them $120,000 a day.
Expedia‘s gay marriage themed ad actually helped one of its stars adopt a child.
The auto industry’s new ad trend is safety-first ads geared towards Millennials.
The Martin Agency named Janet White as its new CFO. She’s a 21-year veteran at the agency.
Carat is Burberry’s new global media agency. It’s replacing UM.
BBH named Julian Cole, formerly a digital strategist at the shop, its new head of communications planning.
These are the best of old computer ads.
Goodby NY recruited Tom Morton from Havas Worldwide to be the head of strategy.
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