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'Johnny Football' Goes Lululemon in Snicker's Spot - Posted August 28, 2014
Since this is pre-football week, here's a BBDO ad for Snickers that tells us that Johnny Manziel is trying to improve upon his personal "brand" after a rough start. Rather than simply sweating because he didn't get picked until the 22nd round of the draft, he's sweating here because he has yet... [AgencySpy]

AdPeople Worldwide Signs Former GSD&M GCD to Lead North American Creative - Posted June 4, 2014
Steve Miller, former group creative director at Austin's GSD&M, will now be North American ECD for WPP... [AgencySpy]

BSSP Would Like You to Meet Your Dear Ukranian Friend, Moxkat Grvida - Posted November 25, 2013
A few weeks ago, we announced that BSSP had won creative and digital duties for streaming services device Roku. Now, the Sausalito, California agency has debuted their first work for Roku with the "Moxkat Grvida" campaign. The idea is simple, yet clever: You might not get Roku for Christmas, so b... [AgencySpy]

YouTube Content ID Still Flawed, Mistakes Licensed SmartSound Tracks For 70s Pop Band - Posted September 24, 2012
Back in May we shared the story of YouTuber Steve Miller, aka QiRanger, who said "YouTube's Content ID is broken and needs a fix." The travel video extraordinaire ran into problems when a video fe... [SocialTimes.com]

Velveeta Reminds You to Eat Like that Guy at the Mall - Posted August 24, 2012
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One YouTuber Says "YouTube's Content ID Is Broken And Needs A Fix" - Posted May 1, 2012
Back in February I wrote a post about YouTube's Content ID coming under fire for false copyright claims. YouTubers complained of inaccurate copyright claims on videos in which they owned the rights to all the content. A couple of mo... [SocialTimes.com]

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