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Domino’s including a new feature on its website. Curious patrons can now watch a live stream of employees making pizza in Salt Lake City. CP+B is the shop behind this idea.
Eddie Bauer chose Publicis Seattle to be its lead creative agency.
Ad Age takes a look at AKQA creative chief Rei Inamoto.
Adweek looks at how online video ads have a higher impact than commercials on TV.
The Art Director’s Club wants nominees for its annual Young Guns competition.
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