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Trolli Candy Goes to a Strange, Strange Place - Posted September 25, 2013
Trolli gummy candy wants to get funky. Apparently, the bright colors and odd shapes weren't quirky enough, so the candy company called upon Minneapolis-based Periscope for some creative legwork. The result is the new "Weirdly Awesome" campaign, which features a couple of thirty-second spots that are off the reservation. Periscope seems... [MediaJobsDaily]

Trolli Candy Goes to a Strange, Strange Place - Posted September 25, 2013
Trolli gummy candy wants to get funky. Apparently, the bright colors and odd shapes weren't quirky enough, so the candy company called upon Minneapolis-based Periscope for some creative legwork. The result is the new "Weirdly Awesome" campaign, which features a couple of thirty-second spots that are off the reservation. Periscope seems... [AgencySpy]

Seeking Feedback as to Why You Didn't Land the Job? Good Luck! - Posted June 5, 2013
Ah, the coveted job interview. You leave the interview room thinking you aced it and alas, you hear crickets. Cue the radio silence. If you're one of the job seekers to reach out for feedback for self-improvement, well you probably won't hear back with an honest reason as to why you didn't get... [MediaJobsDaily]

Buyouts Leave Behind 'Low Value Employees Who Probably Couldn't Go Anywhere Else' - Posted March 24, 2009
Buyouts—or voluntary retirement incentive plans—or, in plain English, "paying people to leave"— are a popular option when companies need to cut costs, and seem to be especially popular with newspapers (because newspaper employees are usually guild-covered). They seem like a win-win situation for e... [MediaJobsDaily]

Carbon Shift from Seth Jacobson: LA Times Blogger Comes Clean About Being Green - Posted March 15, 2007
One of the LA Times' newer blogs, Carbon Shift is the brainchild of Seth Jacobson, evironmental advocate. FBLA asked him how the blog came to be in the LAT, and Jacobson gave us the story: "The idea for Carbon Shift sprung from a conversation that ... [FishbowlLA]

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