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Treehouse Adds Motion Graphic Services; Hires Jeff Vick

DALLAS—Treehouse, the Dallas editorial boutique, has expanded its services through the hiring of motion graphics designer Jeff Vick and the addition of a new graphics design and production suite.

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Director Richard de Aragüés Joins Original

LOS ANGELES— Richard de Aragüés, one of the UK’s most dynamic, young commercial directors, has joined Original for exclusive representation in the United States.

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Gawker issues defense of trolling Coke, misses irony

In case you didn't hear, Gawker trapped Coca-Cola into tweeting phrases from Mein Kampf. to culture jam Coke's #makeithappy campaign. Because god forbid Twitter show any signs of happiness at this point.

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Logan & Sons Signs Director Christian Alexander Holm-Glad

Logan & Sons, the live-action division of bicoastal content creation studio LOGAN, signs internationally renowned director Christian Alexander Holm-Glad to the their roster of talented filmmakers.

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Hook Adds Associate Design Director David Hsia

Following the exciting promotion of Alison Davis to Director of Operations, digital creative development company Hook continues its aggressive g

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Sharyl Attkisson on Astroturfing

Sit up, take notes and pay attention. Veteran investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson shows how astroturf, or fake grassroots movements funded by political, corporate, or other special interests very effectively manipulate and distort media messages.

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Do you know the Way To Go?

This is a fun way to use up a Saturday morning. Way To Go is an immersive experience created by Vincent Morisset. It was produced by his studio AATOAA in collaboration with both the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and France Télévisions.

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Gawker traps Coca Cola into tweeting phrases from "Mein Kampf"

Coca Cola ran the happiest super bowl spot this year. In between the cute pre-bowl puppies and the dead kids, it was a beacon of light of a rather somber super bowl.

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