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[new york] Anthony Vagnoni, editor of Advertising Age's Creativity, joins Advertising Age this month as an editor at large. His responsibilities will include writing feature stories on advertising creativity and other industry topics as well as overseeing various editorial projects dealing with creative issues.

He is succeeded at Creativity by Rogier van Bakel, previously the U.S. correspondent-and former editor-of BLAD, an award-winning Dutch magazine focused on creative issues in publishing. Mr. van Bakel's free-lance work has been published in such magazines as Wired, Rolling Stone, Playboy and The New York Times Magazine.

Mr. Vagnoni joined Creativity in 1990 as managing editor and was named editor the following year. Under his editorial guidance, Creativity grew from a supplement to Advertising Age to a stand-alone monthly magazine.

"Anthony has done a terrific job building Creativity, and now we're pleased to add his strengths to Advertising Age," said David Klein, editor of the Ad Age Group. "At the same time, Rogier comes in with a lot of exciting new ideas that

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