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EARTHQUAKE MEDIA PICKS UP TWO ACCOUNTS

Named Agency of Record for Princeton Review

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Integrated marketing shop Earthquake Media picked up two new pieces of business.

The agency was named agency of record for Princeton Review.

Billings were not disclosed, but the test preparation company spent $2 million in measured media last year, according to Taylor Nelson Sofres' CMR.

The incumbent was AdMaster Communications, New York.

Earthquake also won a $3 million assignment from BingoHall Group, a Costa Rica-based operator of Internet gaming sites, to launch a new bingo site in late March.

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