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Rolfe Returns: Leaves DDB/Chicago for Crispin, Porter + Bogusky

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David Rolfe is going back to Crispin.

Nearly two years after he left the agency, DDB/Chicago production director of content Rolfe is returning to CP+B, this time based in Boulder, to take on the director of integrated production role vacated by Rupert Samuel, who left in April and has yet to announce his next destination. Rolfe and Samuel worked together as co-directors of broadcast production until Rolfe joined DDB/Chicago in 2005.

Earlier this year confusion surrounded Rolfe's apparent move to JWT/New York, a deal said to be signed and sealed—and confirmed by JWT—but never consummated.

During Rolfe's first stint at Crispin, he worked on the agency's breakout work for Mini and Burger King but more recently at DDB has seen the trials of Anheuser Busch web venture Bud.tv up close and personal.
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