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Assassin's Creed Creates An Industrial Revolution Search Engine

To prepare for the October 23rd launch of Assassin's Creed Syndicate, which takes place in 1868 London, Ubisoft and BETC have launched a 19th Century Search Engine: an imagina


Hey students: Want some music with your ads? Try Trebel.

There's a new music app and it's aimed at high school and college students called Trebel. Get it? Instead of treble as a music term it's Trebel like "rebel."


Snapchat launches sponsored lenses - will brand your face.

As if to prove how the platform - and advertising on it - is the new king over content, Snapchat just announced that brands can buy their "lenses" feature.


Adblock launches "acceptable ads" program - lets you say "Ok" to some ads

Now that half the planet very suddenly grokked that advertising and the promise of consumer data is what's keeping all our favourite web publications, apps and socials networks "free" to use, in lieu of any payment from us consumers, Adblock is taking a lot of heat this week.


How do you want the world to be when you retire?

Pretty cool sliding-doors-style interactive website for SPP, one of Sweden's largest pension companies.


D&AD and Advertising Week Announce New Global Impact Awards

Trans-Atlantic Partnership Breaks New Ground

Program to Officially Launch at D&AD Judging Week and Advertising Week Europe in London 2016


Luma Labs launches with the hiring of Special Projects Manager Francis Pollara

Santa Monica and Melbourne-based visual effects studio Luma brings on Francis Pollara in the newly created role of Special Projects Manager.


72andSunny wins Coors Light and Coors Banquet business

Coors has been shopping around for a new agency of record and rearranged their agency portfolio a lot, most recently when MillerCoors Chief Marketing Officer David Kroll fired Cavalry Chicago in early August, a possibly fatal blow to the Chicago shop that formed specifically to handle the Coors