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Thrillist Media Group Celebrates Launch of New Site

Thrillist Media Group has a new name to their roster of websites: Supercompressor.com. This consumer-focused men’s lifestyle site celebrated its launch last week to much fanfare at the Classic Car Club in New York. The event was sponsored by Dewar’s Scotch and Microsoft Surface.

Supercompressor is dedicated to all things manly — with sections including “Gear,” “Tech,” “Rides” and “Vice.” The editors proclaim that their site “exclusively covers the coolest stuff that money can buy. We understand that your time and cash are precious, which is why we solemnly swear to never waste either.”

MediabistroTV toured the offices of Thrillist for our Cubes series. Check it out here:

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Cubes: VIP Tour of Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal

Unlike most divorces, Dow Jones, the home of the Wall Street Journal, got to keep its space in the Midtown Manhattan News Corporation building after the parent company split into separate print and broadcasting units.

Wendy Bounds,Wall Street Journal Editor and host of WSJ’s video offering “Lunch Break,” showed the kids at mediabistroTV that everything’s going to be OK by giving a tour of the multi-floored heart of Dow Jones.

The guys were greeted by one of the legendary standing receptionists, got as close to a Pulitzer Prize as they’re ever going to get, took a color-toned glimpse into the paper’s past with wall sized silkscreens of old newsroom photos and managed not to end up as gossip fodder on the twitter page of the lobby’s chandelier.

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Cubes: VIP Tour of Code and Theory

Code and Theory is a creative agency behind publishing websites like “The Verge,” and “Interview” magazine. They also have an odd fondness for the Dewey Decimal System.

Managing partners Steve Baer and Mike Treff took the mediabistroTV crew on an Olde Timey New York meets modern design tour of their fifth floor offices at the corner of Broadway and Prince. The guys showed how they added wide open spaces, planned randomness and hip wood floors to the windows, the wood and the brick that originally came with the building built by the Astor family in 1886. Then there were the books, the many, many, many books.

You can view our other MediabistroTV productions on our YouTube Channel.

Cubes: VIP Tour of Huge

In this episode of Cubes, the crew takes its first trip across the East River to see the DUMBO digs of ad agency Huge.

Down Under that Manhattan Bridge Overpass, the mediabistro crew found the Huge folks hiply ensconced in the same space where the cardboard box was invented. Not sold on the whole ‘cardboard box angle?’ Watch the video to see Huge dogs, Huge copy machines named after Huge dogs, Huge conference rooms named after celebrities who are huge but don’t work there and a really cool space where Huge staffers get to do their thing.

You can view our other MediabistroTV productions on our YouTube Channel.

Cubes: VIP Tour of Huge

In this episode of Cubes, the crew takes its first trip across the East River to see the DUMBO digs of ad agency Huge. No, they don’t live in a Disney film, DUMBO is New York for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass,” meaning it’s in Brooklyn.

And under that Manhattan Bridge Overpass, the mediabistro crew found the Huge folks hiply ensconced in the same space where the cardboard box was invented. Don’t worry if you’re not into cardboard boxes, you can also see a play on words unfold with Huge Dogs, Huge copy machines named after Huge Dogs and Huge conference rooms named after celebrities who are huge but not Huge! Click on the image below to watch the picture show.

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Cubes: Take a Musical Tour of Morris+King Public Relations

Imagine swimming through your day in an ocean of blue expertly matched to a series of David Hockney pool paintings. Imagine working in an office where you can let your frustrated Broadway star belt out a tune or two.

In the latest episode of Cubes, we show you the New York offices of Morris + King public relations. Lead partner and co-principal Judith R. King takes the mediabistroTV crew on a musical journey featuring chairs from the Stella Solaris cruise ship and 1970s French jumbo jets, specially chosen chandeliers and offices painted any color you like as long as its blue.

You can view our other MediabistroTV productions on our YouTube Channel.

Cubes: Take a Musical Tour of Morris+King Public Relations

Imagine swimming through your day in an ocean of blue expertly matched to a series of David Hockney pool paintings or working in an office where you can let your frustrated Broadway star belt out a tune or two.

In the latest episode of Cubes, we show you the New York offices of Morris + King public relations. Lead partner and co-principal Judith R. King takes the mediabistroTV crew on a musical journey featuring chairs from the Stella Solaris cruise ship and 1970s French jumbo jets, specially chosen chandeliers and offices painted any color you like as long as its blue.

You can view our other MediabistroTV productions on our YouTube Channel.

Cubes: VIP Tour of Ogilvy Public Relations

Ogilvy Public Relations graciously opened its doors to the MediabistroTV crew, letting the team run wild through the red and white themed former chocolate factory in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood that’s been renovated to house all of the Ogilvy properties.

Kimberly Ryan played host in showing off the clean open concept space where Ogilvy Public Relations staffers do their relating with the public under the watchful thoughts of founder David Ogilvy who reminds everyone to “Tolerate Genius.”

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Cubes: VIP Tour of Ogilvy Public Relations

While Los Angeles basks in the sunshine of another wintry day, Ogilvy Public Relations graciously opened the doors to its colder New York headquarters to the MediabistroTV crew, letting the team run wild through the red and white themed former chocolate factory that’s been renovated to house all of the Ogilvy properties.

Kimberly Ryan played host in showing off the clean open concept space where Ogilvy Public Relations staffers do their relating with the public under the watchful thoughts of founder David Ogilvy who reminds everyone to “Tolerate Genius.”

West Coasters will especially appreciate the final sequence, shot atop the brick building in temperatures creeping toward the 40′s, praising whatever deity they pray to that they live in warmer climes.

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Cubes: A ‘Better’ Look at Meredith

The MediabistroTV crew got an inside look at Meredith’s Midtown Manhattan lair. Meredith owns 12 local TV Stations and publishes magazines like Better Homes and Gardens and Fitness, it also produces a nationally syndicated lifestyle show called, the “Better Show.”

“Better” co-host Audra Lowe showed off Meredith’s state-of-the-art TV studio that comes complete with a Mohawk red carpet that can withstand the nastiest celebrity spill, a green room the size of some Manhattan apartments and a test kitchen where Meredith’s staff of chefs dream up recipes to rival what mom used to make, only ‘Better.’

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