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Real-Time Video Solutions Provider Grabyo Raises $2 Million in Funding - Posted November 25, 2014
The majority of digital video consumption is taking place in apps; video ad CPMs are 10x higher than the average cost of a traditional display ad; mobile ad spending has increased more than 80% this year alone. These three stats are a large part of the... [Lost Remote]

The Richards Group Clowns Around with the Spurs for H-E-B - Posted November 21, 2014
The Richards Group once again teamed up with Sugar Film Production and director Chris Smith for a lighthearted series of ads starring the San Antonio Spurs. The new ads -- "Toga," "Slogans," "Barbie" and "Wise" follow much the same formula as last year's campaign, employing light... [AgencySpy]

The Richards Group Debuts Funny New Spurs H-E-B Campaign - Posted December 13, 2013
Texas stalwart The Richards Group teamed up with Sugar Film Production and director Chris Smith to create a new, four spot campaign for H-E-B. The 30-second spots -- "One For Each," ... [MediaJobsDaily]

In Facebook And In Real-Life, The Miami Heat Are Champions And LeBron James Is The MVP - Posted June 21, 2013
The Miami Heat captured its second consecutive Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy Thursday ni... [AllFacebook]

Italians Enjoy Some Strange NBA Games - Posted December 9, 2010
We just moved into a new apartment, and we don't have a television yet. Since we wanted to watch the Boston Celtics-Denver Nuggets game last night and are too poor to do to a bar, we settled down into a pirated feed from an Italian station. (+1for the Internet.) The netwo... [SportsNewser]

X17 Issues Apology to Tony Parker, Eva Longoria - Posted April 7, 2008
Paparazzi agency X17 issued an apology to basketball star Tony Parker for publishing 10 false stories alleging he cheated on his wife, actress Eva Longoria. That's nice, but the couple sued the agency for $40 million last year... [FishbowlLA]