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Flo breaks boxing announcer Michael Buffer’s spleen in the latest Progressive ad. Although in the least violent way possible. Arnold created the campaign.
It turns out that a majority of the country’s big newspapers have paywalls. The small and mid-sized ones were there long ago.
The Weather Channel made a deal with Twitter to create custom content around weather-related events (like a hurricane) that will stay in Twitter’s stream.
Ad agencies think that the Facebook phone needs to focus on better ad targeting.
Ryan Kutscher is leaving his post as co-CCO at JWT NY. He has been with the shop since May 2012.
Agency Spy takes a look at the first day of the Art Director Club awards in Miami.
Air New Zealand is holding an in-flight focus group.
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Twitter’s New ‘Cards’ Look Like An E-Commerce Challenge To Facebook
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Judge Says Tiny Social Media Company (1,200 Users) Can Sue Facebook (1 Billion Users) Over The Word ‘Timeline’
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