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FCB, Canal+ Create 'Wilhelm Scream' Mockumentary - Posted March 11, 2014
The newly Draft-less FCB worked with Canal+ to create a mockumentary on the famous "Wilhelm scream" entitled "The Woman Who Can't Watch Movies." "The Wilhelm scream," in case anyone needs a refresher, is the famous stock audio ... [AgencySpy]

Draftfcb LA Continues Full-Court Press for Nabi - Posted October 24, 2013
Just two weeks ago, we were covering the first wave of Nabi spots from Draftfcb, a pair of 30-second ads that favorably compared kid-friendly Nabi tablets to Kindle devices a la Microsoft vs. Apple. Our Erik Oster found them to be informational and appealing. However, these two ne... [AgencySpy]

Draftfcb LA Pushes Nabi in First Campaign as AOR for Fuhu - Posted October 10, 2013
Draftcb has unveiled two new spots for the Nabi, its first campaign for Fuhu since becoming their agency of record in September. Fuhu has done incredibly well for themselves with the Nabi, a soft-edged tablet designed for children, even... [AgencySpy]

Here's How Taco Bell, Draftfcb Executed 'Operation: Alaska' - Posted July 10, 2012
If you recall, last week, reports were flying about a small town in Alaska called Bethel, whose residents were fooled by one of their own into thinking there would be a Taco Bell opening up locally on July 4. Well, after word of the bamboozling spread quickly, Taco ... [AgencySpy]

With Doritos-Based Dish Launch Looming, Taco Bell Unveils New Slogan, Spot - Posted February 29, 2012
By now, some, most or all of ... [AgencySpy]

How Journos Handle Delicate Underwear Verbiage - Posted June 2, 2011
Today we take a penetrating look at how journalists (and comedian Jon Stewart) tackle the terrain of describing a photograph that may or may not be Rep. Anthony Weiner's (D-N.Y.) suspicious package. Cox Radio's Jamie Dupree gets the creativity award for this one, and not only because of the name of... [FishbowlDC]

LA Times on Jeremy Blake, Theresa Duncan - Posted August 2, 2007
Chris Lee's LA Times story is dated August 3, which is tomorrow, right? But he's got tons of great information--some of which hasn't been ... [FishbowlLA]

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