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Revolving Door Newsletter: 03.23.10
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AMV BBDO Tackles Sports, Relationships for Currys & PC World - Posted May 5, 2014
AMV BBDO's new campaign for Currys & PC World, entitled "Football? What Football?" -- their first work for the brand -- manages to be World Cup-themed without ever mentioning the words "World Cup" (although at one point they come pretty close). The new broadcast spots for the UK's largest specialist... [AgencySpy]

NZ Telecom, Saatchi & Saatchi Make Us Wait in 'Waiting is Over' - Posted July 23, 2013
How do you make an ad about waiting? The worst approach might be to show paused scenes while the dulcet notes of a piano play in the background. Sure, the hi-res shots of robots falling, halted car chases in progress, and rock concerts are good-looking, but if I saw this ad... [AgencySpy]

WSJ's Local NY Looks Bigger Than Expected - Posted January 27, 2010
When a media company starts hiring, it makes news. And when that company is hiring more people than expected it's a cause for celebration. This fall, we were excited to learn that ... [Fishbowl NY]

WSJ's Local NY Looks Bigger Than Expected - Posted January 27, 2010
When a media company starts hiring, it makes news. And when that company is hiring more people than expected it's a cause for celebration. This fall, we were excited to learn that ... [FishbowlNY]

Margaret B Jones, Margaret Seltzer, Peggy --Aw to Hell With It! - Posted March 4, 2008
Motoko Rich owns the Peggy Seltzer story, and don't even think of nabbing a tiny bit of it. Rich writes about the deep thinking that went on at Riverhead. They all knew about the author's various names: Ms. Seltzer told her editor and her p... [FishbowlLA]

BEA: Reactions in Print - Posted June 4, 2007
Motoko Rich concentrates on the digital aspects of BEA. The Washington Post's Bob Thompson covers the convention for the paper, also got an advance look at ... [GalleyCat]

Andrew Wylie Creates a Stir in France - Posted March 12, 2007
In many ways, the French literary world operates in a very old-school manner. How else to explain that the vast majority of publishing deals are brokered directly between author and publisher? But the backlash against the roaring success of Jonathan Littell's LES BIENVILLIANTES was in part due to the book's representation... [GalleyCat]

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