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Ed Ulbrich Joins Deluxe to Lead Visual Effects and Virtual Reality

Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. (Deluxe) announces that former Digital Domain CEO Ed Ulbrich has joined the company as President and General Manager, Deluxe Visual Effects, reporting to Deluxe CEO John Wallace.

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Paul McCartney and 180 other artists sign petition for digital copyright reform

Back in February, Irving Azoff, who has managed everyone from Christina Aguilera to Fleetwood Mac to Van Halen lashed out at Google-owned Youtube during an acceptance speech at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy Awards gala.

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America: come see the unexpected side of Canada

Destination Canada is aiming its new campaign at its brother down south, encouraging Americans to come visit.

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How did a non functioning app end up on the Cannes Lions shortlist?

In the Cannes Lions promo and activation shortlist the judging rules are simple: they're judged on 20% strategy; 30% idea; 20% execution; and 30% impact & results. The rules regarding scam ads are also simple, spec ads are not allowed.

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The social web made the web asocial - from clickbait to Gawker.

Every fortnight I write a piece for the opinion pages of Resumé, this week I decided to translate it.

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AKA NYC Captures Seven Telly Awards

Agency honored for television campaigns for FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and AMERICAN PSYCHO.

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Applegate Farms gets bizarrely edgy in a Father's Day tweet.

Making use of the trending hashtag #SoOneTimeMyDad, for this Sunday's Father's Day holiday in the U.S., natural and organic meats company Applegate posted this...joke: "#SoOneTimeMyDad ate 12 hot dogs in one sitting. The judge was pissed."

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Chick-fil-A went to work on Sunday - to donate food to those who donated blood for the #Orlando victims

In a move that surprises only those who don't quite understand the christian ideals at the foundation of Chick-fil-A business philosophy, the Orlando restaurants were hard at work on Sunday.

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