Mark Taylor

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Alright Already, Here's Your Mark Taylor Update - Posted February 26, 2014
Listen folks, we love you, but we can't be everything to everyone, whether it concerns the likes of Mark Taylor, the man who had three stints at Crispin Porter + Bogusky (... [AgencySpy]

On the Move, 9/18/13 - Posted September 18, 2013
Meteorologist Dave Warren joins Al Jazeera America from WCAU in Philadelphia. Josh Bernstein joins Al Jazeera International as an investigative correspondent. Bernstein was previously senior investigative reporter at KDVR in Denver. Kori Chambers... [TVSpy]

KCNC Adds Mark Taylor as Weekend Anchor - Posted August 16, 2013
Mark Taylor is joining Denver CBS owned station KCNC as weekend morning anchor. KCNC news director Tim Wieland... [SocialTimes.com]

Mark Taylor Leaves CP+B...Again - Posted August 2, 2013
We have received confirmation that Mark Taylor, who's spent nearly four years at Crispin Porter + Bogusky and served as VP/executive creative director, has parted ways with the agency. During his third (!) stint at CP+B (he worked as an art dir... [MediaJobsDaily]

Tuesday Odds and Ends - Posted August 28, 2012
-In case you missed this, here's a lengthy Forbes list of global agencies that "know social media and Google." link -Jersey-based Publicis Groupe agency Rosetta has promoted Tom Adamski... [AgencySpy]

CP+B Brings Chef Expertise, Fast Food Together for Applebee's - Posted July 2, 2012
Applebee's is separating themselves from the "good ole American" aesthetic. With their new "See You Tomorrow" campaign created by CP+B, they're emphasizing fresh food, exciting ingredients, and unexpected taste combinations. That means 1,900 restaurants across America are about to become more interesting. The first two TV spots directed by ... [AgencySpy]

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