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YouTube is inviting brands to join its "Partner Program" which gives them tools, data, and training to fully take advantage of the medium. General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, and American Express are the first brands invited to the pilot program.
There a new talent agency that wants to make "Vine stars." We'll see how long that lasts given the recent launch of Instagram's video feature.
AKQA announced its 2013 Future Lions winners.
Given the recent firing of Men's Wearhouse founder and spokesman George Zimmer, the New York Times takes a look at what it means to have a founder act as the face of a brand.
The navy is responding to the scandal regarding Cap'n Crunch's captain status.
David Berkowitz is leaving 360i to be the new CMO of MRY.
Elena Parker is the new creative technologist at Campfire.
Tim Suther is the new CMO of JPMorgan Chase. He comes from the database marketing company Acxiom.
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