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WCJ sees interactive revenue boost

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Wunderman Cato Johnson expects interactive work to account for 12% of total revenue in 1996, said Hal Zwick, exec VP-director of marketing communications services. That means the agency will bring in about $12 million from interactive work, from its expected $100 million in 1996 revenue.

Copyright October 1996, Crain Communications Inc.

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