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Lexus creates the first ever scripted VR experience for Quantico

Proving once again there is no bandwagon advertising won't jump on, regardless of whether it's germane to the brand, Team One, Lexus and ABC created the first ever scripted VR experience for ABC's new show Quantico.

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Appliance brand Amana gets its 80 year old logo refreshed.

For the first time in over 80 years, Amana is updating its logo The brand is known for inventing the first consumer microwave, is now known as being synonymous with valued-priced appliances.

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Tiger in a Jar join GenPop

Directing duo and creative studio Tiger in a Jar joins GenPop (General Population), the Los Angeles-based live action production company recently launched by creative and director Ben Conrad.

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Big Block signs Improv Everywhere's Charlie Todd

Integrated production company Big Block has signed director and YouTube phenomenon Charlie Todd for commercial representation.

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Agency Sex Quest: why just let clients f*ck you?

Marko Novakovic a freelance copywriter and creative strategist formerly of TBWA Belgrade is apparently tired of "getting fucked" in advertising, and has created the agency sex quest to presumably take back control of who is screwing whom.

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The ad blocking wars heat up : Telecoms who own "the road" to the internet threaten Google & Yahoo

Ad blocking, the escalating war between consumers and publishers and ad networks in blocking and denying those blocks have really begun to shake the industry to the core. Publishers have tried varying tactics to keep readers & income.

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NABS Appoints Karen Blackett OBE as President

NABS, the advertising and media industry’s support organisation, has appointed MediaCom chairwoman Karen Blackett OBE as its new president.

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Twitter will train prosecutors in England and Wales to combat online abuse

The Guardian reports that twitter will train prosecutors in England and Wales "to better fight online abuse".

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