Pillows Drugged, Shows Pulled, Agencies Bought, Mullen Cooks

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- Perhaps in yet another effort to convince people to choose a certain drug, their are now pillows branded to look like pills.

- Cynopisis reports, "CBS has pulled 3 LBS. from the schedule after just three airings. The show debuted with a modest 2.9 A18-49 rating, and its most recent airing pulled an even more modester 2.4 demo rating. Filling the time period for the time being - reruns."

- After years of negotiations. Omnicom has scooped up Amsterdam-based independent shop 180.

- For those who can't seem to acquire enough friends on MySpace or Facebook, John Brock tells us now there's Fake Your Space, a sit on which you can pay $.99 per month for each "hot friend" of your choice who will send you two comments each week to make you feel special.

- The famed Anastasia Goodstein of Ypulse will host a roundtable discussion on "What Youth Brands Can Learn From The Action Sports World" at the Ypulse Teen Media Mashup on December 5, 2006 in San Diego.

- This has nothing to do with advertising or does it? A clandestine promotion (not that they need it) for Grey's Anatomy?

- Oxfam America is looking for pro-bono pring and online media placement opportunities for its Unwrapped campaign. Interested parties can contact mslabyak@gold-group.com.

- If you want to see Mullen Creative director Edward Boces holding a giant cookie above his head, check out the agencies just-released recipe book from their famed, in-house kitchen.

- Apparently lumber can not be sold without the image of a hot woman peering out at you

by Steve Hall    Nov-30-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Specialty, Spoofs, Strange, Television   

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Holy shit...
Fake your space... Now it truly is the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire... I will bet this is a huge success 'cos there are enough "Lamo's" out there who will pay 99 cents a month to recieve fake messages from fake people... It's really sad when you think about it. On the other hand, I will have that twelth cognac... And what was the url for the web site that connects me to all the people who TRULY love me... Good job I'm in a real profession... Advertising... Arrgghh!
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on December 4, 2006 7:28 PM

there (sadly) is another site (www.mobilealibi.com) where you can schedule "Image" calls - complete with fake voices and Caller ID information - to make yourself look more popular. If that wasn't enough, they also offer "rescue" calls to help you escape bad and boring situations.
Is this a trend?

Posted by: jake on December 6, 2006 10:28 PM







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