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Posts Tagged ‘Alex Weprin’

We’ll Do it Live! Join Us Here for a Post-Super Bowl Hangout

As we briefly mentioned last week, we’ll be engaging in a little Google+ Hangout chat today, which you can watch below, to offer our own post-game wrap-up in terms of Super Bowl XLVII advertising, social media effects, power outages, broadcast issues, etc. Joining yours truly are PRNewser editor Patrick Coffee, TVNewser’s Alex Weprin and David Angelo, chairman/CCO at David&Goliath, Peter Shankman, marketing consultant and man behind the Geek Factory. Update: Well, we had some tech issues as expected for our first-time + Hangout, but we’ll do better and make sure all our guests are in the house next time.

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Comedy Central’s New Logo = Suck

Watch out, Gap, Viacom’s Comedy Central might usurp you as the front-runner for Worst. Logo. Ever (well at least this year). Alex Weprin went to a presentation and whipped up this ditty at our sister site, FishbowlNY, and boy, does it have us thinking if the people behind the copyright logo have a say in this matter. If you care to compare/contrast, let’s look at other egregious redesigns from 2010 here and here. Check out the “refreshed and rededicated” Comedy Central announce the change (way more redeeming than the logo itself) after the jump as well as more of the logo in different color schemes (!) here.

Credits:

Michele Ganeless, president
Bob Salazar, senior vice president/creative director, brand creative
Chris Scarlata, design director

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