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Account Action

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AT&T Corp.'s Language Line Services, Monterey, Calif., to Wunderman Cato Johnson, San Francisco, from Bronner Slosberg Humphrey, Boston, for its estimated $5 million global account following a review. The service allows for over-the-line interpretation from English into 140 languages.

Time Inc.'s People En Espanol to Bravo Group, New York, a Young & Rubicam unit, for trade and consumer advertising as the magazine switches to monthly frequency in 1998. Spending was not disclosed.

Golf outerwear marketer Sunderland of Scotland, Chatsworth, Calif., to DDB Needham Worldwide, Los Angeles, from Kelley/Dexter Advertising & Design, Boston. Spending was not disclosed.

Copyright November 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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