Victor & Spoils, “the world’s first creative (ad) agency built on crowdsourcing principles,” is conducting a contest for its client DISH Network. 99 Designs is hosting the contest, whose aim it is to “develop a creative look and message for DISH Network installation vans in order to attract new customers.” Five winners will be awarded […]
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“To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer for the brand called You.” – Tom Peters in 1997
Hyperlocal news startup, Fwix, has been making some noise recently, with articles detailing the firm’s offerings in The New York Times, ReadWriteWeb, and Mashable. Now The Wall Street Journal is taking a look the company’s efforts to share revenue with hyperlocal publishers and individual journalists. Fwix is launching a new advertising product, AdWire, and agreeing […]
New York Daily News just put $150 million into an upgrade of its printing operations. Insanity? No one knows. What we do know is the paper’s owner, real estate billionaire Mortimer Zuckerman, can probably afford it. We also know it takes money to make moeny, and that’s precisely what Zuckerman intends to see happen. According […]
According to Luke Sullivan, the spot above is based on “an MIT experiment two kids did.” Not surprisingly, execs from Grey London and Toshiba don’t reference that source in the “making of” video below.
Agency: Cake Brand Entertainment