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Requiem for Stuart Elliott - Posted December 18, 2014
Pic via NYT reporter Stephanie Clifford This is a guest post by Tom... [GalleyCat]

Stuart Elliott Takes the New York Times Buyout - Posted December 3, 2014
Today in End of An Era news, agency PRs everywhere will no longer be pitching Stuart Elliott for coverage in The New York Times. As Elliott announced on his Facebook page this morning (and Capital New York reported), he has chosen to take early retirement via one of 10... [GalleyCat]

New Pizza Hut Campaign Challenges Italians to Taste Sriracha - Posted November 20, 2014
The new Pizza Hut campaign doesn't include full credits from AOR Deutsch LA. But the spots, which earned coverage in both Adweek and The New York Times this week, mark ... [GalleyCat]

72andSunny Really Wishes You Would All Just 'F*ck Off' - Posted September 18, 2014
A question for the men in the audience: have you ever mentored a young person? The answer is almost certainly no, but Esquire wants to change that with the help of 72andSunny and its new "Mentoring Project." In short, the magazine enlisted a bunch of celebrities along with three ad agencies to... [GalleyCat]

Doogie Howser (Almost) Drinks Heineken Light for W+K NY - Posted July 17, 2014
From a kid in scrubs to a man with an angry inch, Neil Patrick Harris is quite possibly our leading example of a Renaissance Dude. The star may now add "drinking beer" to his illustrious resume along with acting, singing, cooking and talking to Smurfs. Well, sort of... ... [GalleyCat]

J. Walter Thompson Company Is Your New JWT - Posted April 14, 2014
The week's biggest spoiler to date has nothing to do with "Game of Thrones" or "Mad Men." Martin Sorrell of WPP ... [GalleyCat]

MWW Acquires West Coast LGBT Specialty Firm - Posted March 3, 2014
New Jersey's MWW continued its ongoing expansion today with the acquisition of Macias Media Group, a Los Angeles firm that specializes in serving the LGBT audience. The move scored a mention ... [FishbowlDC]

Expect a Lot of Sponsored Tweets and 'Experiential Marketing' During the Oscars - Posted February 25, 2014
Vanity Fair publisher Edward J. Menicheschi tells Stuart Elliott of The New York Times that "Oscar night is Van... [FishbowlDC]

Here Are Our Favorite Super Bowl Odds and Ends - Posted January 31, 2014
So...two days left until the most important day of the year for branded promotions. The 6,329 "credentialed journalists" covering the event will make s... [FishbowlDC]

The New York Times Has Your Burson-Marsteller Rebranding Covered - Posted October 14, 2013
NYT advertising guru Stuart Elliott has seen the new Burson-Marsteller, and we can't quite tell ... [GalleyCat]

Barbie Puts Her Malibu Dreamhouse on the Market - Posted February 7, 2013
Did you know that Barbie split up with longtime beau Ken in 2004--or that her latest job descriptions include "... [FishbowlDC]

Post-Super Bowl Op-Ed: Dear GoDaddy, Please Stop - Posted February 5, 2013
We continue winding down our Super Bowl XLVII ad-related coverage with an emphatic plea from Harry Woods, partner/creative director at New York-based agency, Woods Witt Dealy & Sons, which has worked with the likes of CNBC, Sundance Chann... [GalleyCat]

Friday Odds and Ends - Posted September 7, 2012
-Deutsch LA and director Noam Murro (with a little help from Johnny Cash) have teamed up yet again for VW, this time showing how a hungry dog is no match for the Jetta's keyless access (above). -Li... [MediaJobsDaily]

Tuesday Odds and Ends - Posted July 3, 2012
-Boulder-based TDA and Epoch Fi... [GalleyCat]

GoDaddy Opts for Actual Agency Help - Posted June 13, 2012
In case you didn't get the news, after seven years of creating somewhat naughty, sometimes controversial and almost always silly advertising in-house, GoDaddy is heading in a new direction. As a result, the domain naming registrar/web-hosting company has hired Deutsch New York to handle ad efforts moving forward. ... [GalleyCat]

Fleishman-Hillard Teaches Kids About Advertising - Posted April 27, 2010
The New York Times' Stuart Elliott looks into a new campaign from the Bureau of Consumer Protection of the Federal Trade Commission, which will teach children: ...how... [FishbowlDC]

Hunter PR Brings Parents To Work, Not Kids - Posted April 23, 2010
Do you work at an agency? Would you want your parents to meet your clients? That is what's happening today at Hunter PR in New York. The agency is reversing "Bring Your Kids to Work Day" with "Bring Your Parents to Work Day." The New York Times' Stuart Elliott... [FishbowlDC]

Super Bowl PR Winners and Losers - Posted February 8, 2010
[Coke teams up with The Simpsons for their Super Bowl ad.] This is more AgencySpy's territory, but PRNewser wanted to provide a quick recap of who "won" and who "lost" in last night's Super Bowl marketing bonanza. Winners: Pepsi Refresh Although the jury is still out on Pepsi's decision to skip the Super Bowl in... [FishbowlDC]

Brag Book: Meet Allison Mataya - Posted November 9, 2009
Hey FishbowlDC, meet Allison Mataya! Allison most recently drove the new business efforts at Arnold DC and helped launch Adcision Networks, an online luxury ad network. Prior to that, she ran the regional advertising efforts for Mercedes-Benz from Virginia to Maine for Merkley + Partner... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Brag Book: Meet Allison Mataya - Posted November 9, 2009
Hey FishbowlDC, meet Allison Mataya! Allison most recently drove the new business efforts at Arnold DC and helped launch Adcision Networks, an online luxury ad network. Prior to that, she ran the regional advertising efforts for Mercedes-Benz from Virginia to Maine for Merkley + Partner... [FishbowlNY]

NYT Calls Out Ketchum for Giving WSJ Exclusive on New Wendy's Marketing Campaign - Posted October 9, 2009
Breaking a news story with only one publication, often referred to as an "exclusive," is common practice in the PR world. The upside is that you are pretty much guaranteed coverage in a publication, if you work out an agreement with a reporter. The downside is that you're likely to annoy... [FishbowlDC]

Advertising Week Opening Night: "It's Not Just the Ad Trades Anymore" - Posted September 22, 2009
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, Fox Interactive head Jonathan Miller, R/GA founder Bob Greenburg, Interpublic CEO ... [FishbowlDC]

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