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Olive Garden Gets Its "Super Size Me" Moment With "Never Ending Pasta Pass" - Posted November 11, 2014
People got so excited about the Olive Garden "Never Ending Pasta Pass" that they sold out in 45 minut... [GalleyCat]

Olive Garden Gets Its Super Size Me Moment With 'Never Ending Pasta Pass' - Posted November 11, 2014
People got so excited about the Olive Garden "Never Ending Pasta Pass" that they sold out in 45 minut... [FishbowlDC]

Morgan Spurlock on 'We the Economy' & His Greatest Lesson Learned - Posted September 30, 2014
Need a little inspiration on this Tuesday morning? Look no further. Over the weekend we caught up with Morgan Spurlock for the launch of We the Economy, 20 short films you can't afford to miss. ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Thursday Odds and Ends - Posted May 1, 2014
-M&C Saatchi LA has nabbed global social media duties for UGG Australia, with M&C Saatchi Share, the agency's social/digital/content arm. -London/New York-based VFX/creative solutions company Framestore has welcomed Sophie Thiellon as executive producer of live action out of its NYC office. In add... [GalleyCat]

Friday Odds and Ends - Posted March 28, 2014
-Digitaria's new mobile technology unit, Big on Mars, has unveiled their logo (above), a globe made up of mobile devices. Pretty neat. -McDonald's answer to the Taco Bell Breakfast ad blitz? Free coffee. link -Oh yeah, and also th... [GalleyCat]

DC Bureau Spared In Latest Round of CNN Layoffs - Posted November 8, 2013
After a quiet culling at their Washington bureau back in June, CNN has made another round of layoffs -this time at it's New York, LA, and Atlanta bu... [FishbowlDC]

Big Fuel Staff Attempts to Live on $1.50 a Day - Posted May 4, 2012
In a move that would make documentarian ... [GalleyCat]

The Future of Original Web Video Programming - Posted March 20, 2012
Perhaps the single biggest takeaway from the 2012 TV Summit is that Yahoo is trying REALLY hard to drum up Hollywood awareness of its new video content production strategy. The website sponsored the event and the Yahoo logo was front and center everywhere. "We've got eight out of 10 people o... [FishbowlLA]

A Blender: No Better Than a Briefcase When it Comes to Customer Service - Posted December 19, 2011
Grey New York's work for Ally B... [GalleyCat]

Morgan Spurlock Seeks Members for the 'Failure Club' - Posted September 28, 2011
Morgan Spurlock is launching a new documentary-style Web series for Yahoo and he's using the Web to find cast members. The new program, "Failure Club," will follow ordinary people a... [FishbowlDC]

Grey, Spurlock Test Trustworthiness of Strangers for Ally - Posted September 28, 2011
What would you do if some random stranger asked you to watch their briefcase that happens t... [GalleyCat]

Seven New ESPN Documentaries Coming This Fall - Posted July 28, 2011
The spirit of 30 for 30 lives on thanks to seven new documentaries from ESPN. Catching Hell, the documentary on ... [TVNewser]

Seven New ESPN Documentaries Coming This Fall - Posted July 28, 2011
The spirit of 30 for 30 lives on thanks to seven new documentaries from ESPN. Catching Hell, the documentary on ... [SportsNewser]

Friday Morning Stir - Posted April 22, 2011
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New Morgan Spurlock Film Takes You Through The Product Placement Process - Posted April 20, 2011
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Wednesday Odds and Ends - Posted March 23, 2011
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Extended Trailer: 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold' - Posted March 22, 2011
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Monday Odds and Ends - Posted March 21, 2011
-Anomaly London and Unit9 are spearheading the "One Thousand Cranes" project to help Japan. link -... [GalleyCat]

We Made It to Austin. Ping Us - Posted March 12, 2011
And so it begins, well, technically yesterday, but we here at AS have touched down for this year's SXSW Interactive after sharing a way too early flight out of JFK with the likes of Morgan Spurlock... [GalleyCat]

EMC Says Winning Bid for Spurlock's TED Speech Was Money Well Spent - Posted March 4, 2011
As we reported previously, Morgan Spurlock auctioned the naming rights to his ... [FishbowlDC]

Wednesday Morning Stir - Posted February 9, 2011
-Wunderman alum David Sable is replacing Hamish McLennan as global CEO of Y&... [GalleyCat]

Win A Mention at the Next TED Conference - Posted February 8, 2011
A tipster put us on to an interesting eBay auction happening now. (Thanks tipster!) Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me and The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, which was at this year's ... [GalleyCat]

Win A Mention at the Next TED Conference - Posted February 8, 2011
A tipster put us on to an interesting eBay auction happening now. (Thanks tipster!) Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me and The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, which was at this year's ... [FishbowlDC]

Morgan Spurlock, TBG Team Up to Virtually Axe Times Square Ads - Posted February 2, 2011
Inspired by the ... [GalleyCat]

PR Impacts Relations Between Documentarians and Corporate Execs - Posted January 24, 2011
The Sundance Film Festival is happening through this Sunday and one of the films getting attention is The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, the latest from Super Size Me filmmaker ... [FishbowlDC]

Greg Garcia Has It His Way Working Fast Food During Strike - Posted February 15, 2008
Where to start? Greg Garcia, creator of My Name is Earl, spent his strike/vacation, working in a fast food place to get "back in touch" with the real America, and presumably find some comedy gold in the antics of his fellow emp... [FishbowlLA]

What Would Craft Not Publish? - Posted January 29, 2008
Ever-vigilant Rob Walker has published a piece killed by Craft after the magazine claimed it might be seen as "anti-religious." Anti-religious crafts have always been fascinating to us, so we took a peek at Jean Railla's essay. "What Would Jesus Sell?" is nam... [UnBeige]

What Would Craft Not Publish? - Posted January 29, 2008
Ever-vigilant Rob Walker has published a piece killed by Craft after the magazine claimed it might be seen as "anti-religious." Anti-religious crafts have always been fascinating to us, so we took a peek at Jean Railla's essay. "What Would Jesus Sell?" is nam... [AgencySpy]

In The Trades - Posted February 6, 2007
With the exit of a number of top executives, Discovery Channel might end the trifecta of sharks, motorcycles and tattoos that have been the network's mainstays in recent years. David Zaslav, the recently appointed CEO of Discovery C... [FishbowlLA]

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