As a result, Clow sent a letter to staffers which we’ve obtained where he says he’s “not going anywhere”, adding “look at how the blogosphere decided to make it a conversation about me.” First off, we didn’t make it about him; we believe we reported a story accurately that focused on Milner. Second, we don’t speak for our commenters and vice versa, so let’s keep it at that. Anyways, if you care to read his brief internal opus, it’s after the jump.
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So we tried to promote Duncan Milner because of the great job he’s been
doing leading the Media Arts Lab and look at how the blogosphere
decided to make it a conversation about me.
As you all know, I’m here every day meddling in everything that goes
on, pushing the creative on many brands including keeping an eye on
I remain Chairman of MAL, Global Creative Director of Media Arts and
Chief Creative Officer of TBWA Worldwide.
I’m not going anywhere.