an eight-episode series that takes a behind-the-scenes look at the nation's largest department store at Herald Square in New York, will air on the WE
cable network starting Sept. 30. The series is produced by True Entertainment. | Samsung Electronics
supplied 274 products to the sets of Warner Bros.' "Superman Returns,"
costing the company $187,000, as part of the product placement, a Samsung spokesman said. That includes computers, LCD TVs and printers in the office of the "Daily Planet," and a cellphone used by Lois Lane. The Samsung logo also appears on scoreboards in a baseball stadium in the film. | NMA Entertainment & Marketing
, Los Angeles, has acquired marketing shop Geiger Donnelly Marketing
from Geiger Inc. for an undisclosed sum. GDM now serves as NMA's New England office, with Chris Donnelly as president of the Foxboro, Mass.-based company. Clients include Dunkin Brands, The Holmes Group (Rival and Crock Pot brands), Cabot Stains, Nor-Cal Beverages, Dexter Shoes, 99 Restaurants, Clarks Shoes, Fashion Bug Stores, Rallys & Checkers, Hasbro and Cookie Jar Entertainment. NMA's clients include General Motors, Heineken, Baskin-Robbins, Dunkin' Donuts, Microsoft, Diageo and Gold's Gym.