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Knucklehead signs Gary Shore for US representation

Leading production company Knucklehead is pleased to announce the signing of internationally acclaimed director Gary Shore for US representation. With existing representation by Knucklehead in the UK, Shore now teams up with Knucklehead’s newly launched US office in Los Angeles.

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LOGAN Continues Collaboration with G-Shock on S Series Launch

Award-winning bi-coastal creative studio LOGAN delivers a graceful concept for the launch of the G-Shock S Series collection in the studio’s latest collaboration with the brand.

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COP21 - Brandalism do a Paris ad takeover

Brandalism have taken over poster sites all over Paris this week, with cheeky sarcastic and surreal ads critiquing the corporate sponsors of the UN summit that takes place there this week.

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Yahoo stops some users accessing their emails in ad-block arms race

Yahoo has confirmed that it is preventing some people from accessing their emails if they are using ad-blocking software in their browser. They said that they're testing a "new product experience" in the US.

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Sourcepoint founder Ben Barokas says ad blocking & media is "at war"

Ben Barokas founder and chief executive of Sourcepoint, said that ad-blocking was "an extinction-level event" for publishers and the advertising industry at the

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Help the Eagles Of Death Metal help Paris

Vice had the first interview with the Eagles Of Death Metal in the wake of the Paris tragedy.

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Play-Asia mocks "SJW nonsense" on twitter, gains fans & sells DOAX3 by the barrel

When Koei Tecmo the creators of the game Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, a volleyball game where the women fighter characters are on an island wearing skimpy bikinis, stated on their FB page that "We do not bring DOAX3 to the west", they seemed to have inadvertently made a great PR coup for the

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