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R/GA Tells Story of 'Holiday Dreams' on 74 Screens for Samsung - Posted 4 days, 8 hours ago
R/GA teamed up with production company 1st Ave Machine to tell the story of a young girl's "Holiday Dreams" for Samsung, using 74 different screens, from a 2-inch smart watch to a 65-inch curved HDTV, in the process. The animated story begins with the girl sleeping in her bed on a winter... [AgencySpy]

W+K Offers Cute Take on Modern Romance for Facebook - Posted October 22, 2014
W+K crafted a cute little 30-second broadcast spot for Facebook taking on the subject of modern romance in a promotion of Facebook Messenger. Entitled "Say Love You Better," the spot shows a young couple attempting to bridge a long distance to communicate their love for each other. Beginning with a simple "I... [AgencySpy]

SpecialGuest Enlists Alex Honnold to Climb 'Heaven' for Squarespace - Posted October 22, 2014
Agency SpecialGuest enlisted professional climber Alex Honnold to take on a route in Yosemite known as "Heaven," in free solo fashion, meaning no rope or protective gear for an ad promoting Squarespace 7. While Honnold is one of the world's preeminent solo climbers, "Heaven" is no walk in the park, even for... [MediaJobsDaily]

Sonos Visualizes Music in New Campaign - Posted October 14, 2014
72andSunny has unveiled a new campaign for Sonos' wireless hi-fi system which playfully imagines what different genres of music would appear as visually. Taking the notion that Sonos can transform your home literally, the spots each match musical genres with a distinct visual style. So, for example, in the ad set to... [AgencySpy]

With Google Fiber, Kansas City Will Have Something to Brag About - Posted July 27, 2012
Last year, Google chose Kansas City over a number of contenders to be the first place to get access to the Internet monolith's new super-fast 1GB-per-second service, Google Fiber. Announced today, KC residents will have access to 1GB-per-second download times for a monthly fee of $70. As is becomi... [MediaJobsDaily]

With Google Fiber, Kansas City Will Have Something to Brag About - Posted July 27, 2012
Last year, Google chose Kansas City over a number of contenders to be the first place to get access to the Internet monolith's new super-fast 1GB-per-second service, Google Fiber. Announced today, KC residents will have access to 1GB-per-second download times for a monthly fee of $70. As is becomi... [TVNewser]

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