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W+K, Maxwell House Shoot for Good, Not Great - Posted April 16, 2014
In a world with Starbucks at every corner and small, fancy artisinal coffee shops sprouting up everywhere, it would be counterproductive for an instant coffee brand to try to compete. So W+K starts a different conversation for Maxwell House, asking, "Whatever happened to good?" The new "Say Good Morning to a Good... [AgencySpy]

Kobe Bryant, Lionel Richie (!?) Star in New Nike/Foot Locker Spot from W+K - Posted March 11, 2014
W+K's trademark nonsensical humor is on full display in their latest, the new spot "Made by Kobe" promoting Kobe Bryant's Kobe 9 Collection for Nike, which launched on March 6th. The spot imagines what it would be like if Kobe Bryant... [AgencySpy]

Let Us 'Join Together' for W+K's Celebration of Sony Artistry, Engineering - Posted January 13, 2014
If you were watching the Golden Globes last night, you may have caught the debut of W+K Portland's "Join Together" spot for Sony, which will run for the next six weeks. The new work (perfectly set to The Who's "Join Together") celebrates Sony's longtime practice of joining a "steadfast passion for artistry... [AgencySpy]

Ed Norton Sings Karaoke, Almost Dies Several Times in New Droid Spot - Posted December 9, 2013
This one's been making the rounds for awhile now, but we thought we'd give some love anyway. McgarryBowen New York's new spot for Verizion, "A Lot Can Happen in 48 Hours" features the talents of Ed Norton. It originally aired on December 5th, although it was posted to YouTube about a... [AgencySpy]

The Guardian Launches Second Phase of Open News Trial - Posted January 30, 2012
UK's The Guardian is expanding its open journalism experiment with a new live blog that, according to one editor, aims to "bring readers into the heart of our news editing operation." ... [10,000 Words]

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