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180 Amsterdam Champions Eco-Activism for REPLAY - Posted June 16, 2014
180 Amsterdam has a bold new campaign unveiling REPLAY's eco-friendly Laserblast L.I.F.E. collection, which celebrates real-life activists as models. REPLAY's Laserblast L.I.F.E. capsule collection utilizes "innovative and eco-friendly Laserblast technology, which dramatically reduces water consumption, and the use of coloured mineral pigments of natural origin," resulting in "one of the m... [AgencySpy]

Amsterdam Worldwide Launches New Global Brand Platform for Warsteiner - Posted April 15, 2014
Last year, Amsterdam Worldwide was tapped to lead the Warsteiner Beer business, and their work with the brand can now be seen in their recent global brand platform, intended to "refresh the brand in its existing markets, and firmly establish it in emerging markets." The campaign, whic... [AgencySpy]

Amsterdam Worldwide Shows Both Sides of Sony VAIO 2-in-1 PC - Posted January 21, 2014
Amsterdam Worldwide has a new campaign promoting Sony VAIO, l Flip PC, VAIO Tap 11, and VAIO Duo emphasizing the laptop/tablets appeal to both people's playful and serious sides. The new campaign, entitled "Both of You," features four 2-in-1 characters, with the two sides of each personality battling each other, emphasizing that... [AgencySpy]

Stussy, Arnold Amsterdam Say Yes to Weed-Infused Food - Posted April 3, 2013
Nancy Reagan should look the other way. For Stussy's aptly titled "Baked" campaign, Arnold Amsterdam is rolling out a series of foodie videos that mix fine-dining with street-legal drug ingredients like marijuana and salvia. ... [AgencySpy]

Berkeley J-School Considering $5k Fee Add-On - Posted August 11, 2010
U.C. Berkeley is considering adding a $5,000 annual fee for incoming graduate students, according to an internal memo from Dean Neil Henry obtained by Romenesko. The memo reads, in part: Like other campus units, the J-School has been forced to cut deeply into its permanent budget. Last year, the campus imposed a $150,000... [MediaJobsDaily]

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