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Media Edge Milestones

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Media Edge retains $130 million media-buying account of Xerox Corp.

Media Edge retains bulk of $50 million buying account of Royal Caribbean International and sibling Celebrity Cruises, while $12 million in print buying for Royal went to Arnold Communications.


Digital Edge opens its doors with a staff of 15 and 13 clients, including AT&T Corp. and wine.com.


Media Edge, London, wins $40 million global media buying and planning account for Barilla Group's pasta brands from MediaCom.

Media Edge wins $30 million Chanel media account from DDB .


Media Edge's 31-person print planning and buying department adopts the name Print Edge.


Mitch Burg is promoted to new position of chief operating officer

Robert Igiel is promoted to president of the newly created broadcast division.


BBC World taps Media Edge to handle global buying and planning.


Kraft Foods consolidates print planning at Media Edge, an assignment valued between $50 million and $75 million.


Campbell Soups shifts $200 million in media buying and planning to Media Edge.

Glaxo Wellcome consolidates its $150 million to $200 million direct-to-consumer media buying and planning account at Media Edge.


Media Edge begins media planning for Fort James.

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