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Five things you didn’t know about advertising agencies: 2000s (2)

In the 2000s agencies jumped through endless hoops to try to make themselves cool and trendy again; even to the point of decrying good ‘ole paid-for advertising on TV and in other above-the-line media in favour of anything digital and, ...

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Mother New York to lose Linus Karlsson, turbulence at Anomaly

Mother New York co-founder Linus Karlsson, half of the celebrated ‘The Swedes’ creative duo with partner Paul Malmstrom, is to leave the agency after seven years. Karlsson, whose award-winning work includes Miller Lite, MTV and Lee Jeans, hasn’t said where ...

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Grey wins Sony Bravia international brief, so has Anomaly been fired?

Apparently not, according to Campaign, as Anomaly remains its ‘agency of record.’ But it’s not much good being one of those when a big juicy international campaign for Sony Bravia TVs goes to another agency. Anomaly only picked up Bravia ...

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Anomaly muscles in on Omnicom’s giant Budweiser beer account

The agency you don’t want on your case is Anomaly, the agency set up up New York by former Simons Palmer founder Carl Johnson with others. Reports from the US say that Anomaly has infiltrated Budweiser makers Anheuser-Busch, now owned ...

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Anomaly dumps Diesel – or was it the other way round?

It was certainly a short and, it would seem, not especially sweet relationship anyway as trendy integrated agency Anomaly has resigned Diesel after just nine months, shortly after producing its much-hyped ‘Be Stupid’ global campaign for the Italian fashion brand. ...

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