Don’t let “The Google” fool you–this is an old posting, I posted this back in February 2007. How would you like to work with me? And my agency? Partners + Napier in Atlanta is looking for an Art Director, full-time. Someone with a bit of experience who’s ready to step into a Senior role. I […]
The Boston Globe shares more details about the two guys arrested in Boston and how they came to be involved: In a State Police report, investigators say that Berdovsky told them he met a man in Brooklyn last November who asked him to participate in a “promotional stunt” and steered him to Interference. The company […]
For a new podcast on Radio Talent Zoo, I interviewed Jeff Chester, the director of The Center For Digital Democracy and the author of Digital Destiny: New Media And The Future Of Democracy. Telecom companies, The 4A’s, and other organizations are continually lobbying Congress to relax rules and regulations that control the media. Jeff works […]
An update from The Boston Globe: Friends of the local artist accused of spearheading Wednesday’s bomb scares said he was warned by an executive at a New York guerrilla marketing firm as early as 1:25 p.m. on Wednesday that their advertising campaign had incited panic in Boston. An advertising executive at Interference Marketing Inc. instructed […]
They both plead not guilty in court today. The Interference & Cartoon Network folks are the ones who have some ‘splaining to do…not these guys. These guys probably responded to some Craigslist ad looking for “brand ambassadors” in the hopes of getting a little extra cash.
Holy freakin’ crap. In what looks to be a first for the nascent field of guerilla marketing, the man hired to execute a buzz campaign has been arrested as a terror suspect. The Boston Globe (registration required) has the story: The man who sent city and State Police rushing to defuse what they believed were […]