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Campaign from Droga5 in Sydney encourages techies to kick it old-school -- with a paperback -- for a few hours.
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Along with the usual telenovela fare, Telemundo is opening a studio to develop bilingual programming.
Arrested Development's doctor-turned-actor Tobias Funke, played by actor David Cross, puts himself out there on green screen in order to land himself a job.
Newsweek is trying to reinvent the magazine experience for the browser-based web with a new, weekly website. It's free for now, but executives plan a metered pay wall.
As tech innovations pile on, businesses will evolve according to how and where they invest. Will yours be a pioneer?
CBS is focusing on comedy, picking up four new sitcoms for the upcoming season.
IPG agency is ending its reliance on Cadreon as it sets out to build and brand its own digital trading desk.
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At Univision Communications' upfront presentation,President-CEO Randy Falco posed the question "What's better, more or less?"
We delve into the strategy behind the ultra-cheery animated push for the Mondelez brand cookie brand.