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Nomad Recruits Talent Incubator Denise Sante

Nomad is committing to long-term talent cultivation and growth with the addition of Denise Sante as Executive Producer. Touted for her people skills and keen instinct for connecting agencies with the right talent, Sante will focus on nurturing Nomad’s team of editors and post-production specialists, getting the most out of their broad skillsets.

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Directing Duo Siegel & McGehee Joins Bully Pictures

Directors of “What Maisie Knew” and “The Deep End” enter the advertising market for the first time.

LOS ANGELES - David Siegel and Scott McGehee, the directing duo behind such acclaimed films as The Deep End, Bee Season, Uncertainty and Suture, has signed with Bully Pictures for exclusive, national representation in commercials. Siegel & McGehee’s current film, What Maisie Knew, starring Julianne Moore and Alexander Skarsgard, has been received with glowing reviews.

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Sonzero Films Joins Forces with Bang Bang Films to Form New Joint Venture in India

LOS ANGELES—International Director Jim Sonzero and Bang Bang Films, India’s International production company, have joined forces to create a unique joint venture- SONZERO FILMS INDIA/BANG BANG. Primarily focused on beauty, lifestyle and storytelling, the new boutique has just completed its inaugural project, L’Oreal Fall Repair campaign with Bollywood actor Sonam Kapoor, and will be shooting another spot for L’Oreal starring Aishwarya Rai at the beginning of August.

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Rolling Stone isn't sitting well with Rock Royalty either.

Seems like it was only three days ago we talked about the editors of Rolling Stone's very dumb idea to drum up publicity by putting the Boston Bomber terrorist on its cover, and then played the "we're serious journalists" card when people got upset. But no matter how they tried to spin it, it a lot of people were unhappy about it. Some retail outlets removed the offending cover, because a lot of people were offended by it.

This caused some bone-headed twitter snarks to cary CENSORSHIP at the top of their lungs. News flash-- Rolling Stone's website is still up. Rolling Stone is still wildly available. Therefore, it hasn't been censored.

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Naked Juice settles lawsuit because it isn't all that naked

Pepsi owned Naked Juice will pay $9 million to settle a class action law-suit
"alleging that it falsely advertised some of its juice and smoothie products as "all natural" and non-genetically modified," according to Law360 and LA Weekly.

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Honey-Boo Boo launched with watch&smell cards

The TLC 'world premiere event' last Wednesday, July 17, " Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" was launched with scratch&sniff cards. Watch and sniff! So when the redneck olympics of sliding around the kitchen linoleum drenched in butter happened, you could scratch your card and smell butter. When mama June sniffed a babies head, you could smell the scent of baby. "Scent of a baby" should be a chick-flick.

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The Colonie Adds Senior Motion Graphics Designer Jennifer Moody

Editorial studio continues to add to its post-production services as part of an overall expansion.

CHICAGO— The Colonie, the boutique editorial and post production studio, has added Senior Motion Graphic Designer Jennifer Moody to its creative team. Moody will work alongside Senior Motion Graphics Designer Lyndsay McCully, who joined the company five years ago, in designing and producing graphic elements for commercials and other projects.

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