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Click 3X Brings On Anna Browne as Director of Business Development

Anna Browne joins Click 3X and recently launched fashion and beauty content creators Raison D’Être as Director of Business Development. She brings with her an impressive range of agency, digital and international experience, having lived and worked in both Paris and Buenos Aires for several years.

Keith Kristinat

The Colonie Continues to Grow, Adds Editor Keith Kristinat

CHICAGO— The Colonie has added Keith Kristinat to its editorial staff as the boutique, creative post-production studio continues to expand to keep pace with its busy workload. Kristinat arrives from Red Car, Chicago, and brings strong relationships with local advertising agencies and a sparkling reel that includes work for such brands as Nintendo, Kellogg’s, Allstate and American Family Insurance. His first project for The Colonie is a documentary for Nike (via Game Seven Marketing) about its Chi-League summer basketball program.


ACNE Breaks Out Interactive Director Jeff Levine

ACNE has added interactive director Jeff Levine to its roster. The prolific director, designer, and digital specialist brings a reel overflowing with top quality work for major clients including YouTube, AT&T, PNC, Puma, Craftsman, and Honda.

Adland: makes it easy to delete your online profiles.

Robb Lewis and Ed Poole realized people are getting tired of having to sign up for a site or app only to tire of the latest thing and then go down a rabbit hole trying to delete it.

They came up with a solution called , a site that aggregates the "delete" pages of nearly 100 popular sites.


Liseberg ads cleared from 'insulting Greece', still in trouble for stealing Jill Greenberg's style

We reported earlier that the Liseberg amusement park campaign "Offends Greece"... And I'm not sure if the country with the fledging economy was hoping for a handout, but they took their case to the Reklamombusdman in Sweden. The RO has found the Liseberg campaign 'not guilty' .


The Sadie Cam is Back, dog with go-pro goes live again tomorrow.

A few weeks ago, Toronto-based design, animation and vfx studio Crush put a GoPro on top of their office dog Sadie - a French Bulldog - and streamed the video live on their website. It was pretty awesome and a lot of people tuned in. Serious.

So, they are doing it again tomorrow, Friday, August 23rd, from 1-3pm (EST). It will be streamed at