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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 th

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The Art of the Icehotel - original every year.

A visit in the ICEHOTEL promises interesting memories of snow, dog sleigh rides, an amazing natural landscape and perhaps some aurora borealis to boot.

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Time magazine the latest to screw content creators

While we often write about musicians getting a bum rap when it comes to getting paid in the digital age, we need to draw more attention to other content creators who are feeling the same pains.

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Coca-Cola and Microsoft celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Coke bottle

Microsoft made use of facial recognition technology and real-time data analytics to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the iconic Coke bottle.

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Creative duo Linda Dawe and Stéphane Gaulin join Cossette

Cossette is proud to welcome the acclaimed creative duo of copywriter Linda Dawe and art director Stéphane Gaulin. With over 25 years’ experience under their belt, they have created several major national campaigns and won many awards, both here and abroad.

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Belgian Agency Wins for Ray Ban Mobile App

A cute little app made by Belgian agency Gents recently picked up the FWA Mobile of the Day Award.

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Spinn15 PR award winners, Edelman Deportivo, Prime and Deeped Niclas Strandh

Tonight in Stockholm, Sweden the PR awards "Spinn" had their award ceremony and party. PR agencies like Edelman Deportivo won three gold, while the favourite who had ten nominations, Prime, won only two gold and four silver.

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