• New Ad Campaign Urges, 'Don't Let Your Vote Go To Shit'
    Interpublic agencies MullenLowe and Mediahub are out with a new campaigno help sort out any confusion about voting by mail.
  • GroupM Claws Back Most Of Lost Ground In Q2
    And within GroupM, programmatic arm Xaxis was up double digits in Q3 versus the same period a year ago, compared to a 30% plunge in the second quarter. Chalk it up to the nature of the medium.
  • Agency Campaign Aims To Boost Turnout By Urging Younger Voters To Select Mail-In Option
    Vancouver, WA-based agency AHA is stepping up with a big social-media campaign encouraging people, especially younger ones-who tend to vote less than older population segments, to vote by mail.
  • Fluent's Bid To Support Struggling Minority and Women-owned Business
    The company is awarding $50,000 worth of digital marketing resources to each of the recipients selected for a program to help the firms recover and grow.
  • The Shipyard Sets Up New Ecommerce Practice, Taps Its CMO To Run It
    The new practice will be run by the agency's CMO Lance Porigow. Eyewear maker Bolle and BrewDog brewery have awarded the agency its ecommerce assignments.
  • Dagger Awarded Fast-Food Chain Krystal AOR
    It's been an event-filled year for the restaurant chain, which has about 300 locations in the South. In January, it filed for bankruptcy. In May, as the pandemic was raging, the company was bought by Fortress Investment Group, a Softbank company.
  • Anti-Trump Ads Feature 2 Brutal Executions
    The ads are designed to convince Anti-Castro voters in the U.S. to vote for Biden. But you probably wouldn't want your kids to see them.
  • Media Agency Veteran Castree Turning Over A New Leaf
    Most recently, Tim Castree was the digital director for Mike Bloomberg's 2020 presidential campaign, and he serves as a senior advisor to Hawkfish, the Bloomberg-backed digital and data marketing firm.
  • AICP Issues 'Common Sense' WFH Guidelines
    The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) has reached its limit when it comes to agencies and clients blurring the lines between working remotely during the pandemic.
  • Will Sorrell's Soon-To-Be Ex Have A Say In S4 Capital?
    'The Sunday Times' quoted Martin Sorrell's second wife, Christiana Falcone, as saying she felt she had "lost" her own identity while married to Sorrell. She wants to move forward and "fast."
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