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Open Road innovates with the first instagram trailer ever for JOBS


LMG recently helped Open Road with the promotion of their film JOBS by helping to release the first ever movie trailer on Instagram. To date the earned media coverage has generated more than 100m impressions


How ‘Hunger Games’ Built Up Must-See Fever


SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Selling a movie used to be a snap. You printed a poster, ran trailers in theaters and carpet-bombed NBC’s Thursday night lineup with ads. Today, that…


Dexter Season 5 Campaign Nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award


LMG receives a nomination at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for its work with Showtime’s agency of record Modernista on the 2010 Dexter Game On at Comic-Con ARG.  The combined…


LMG Tops The Twitter Charts, Again And Again.


LMG’s showing in Ad Age’s 2011 Top 10 Promoted Tweets once again proved the agency’s ability to outperform bigger competitors on the Twitter platform. With budgets set at a fraction…

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Entertainment Weekly: Jason Alexander, Tumblr, more wish internet a Happy Festivus

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Air your grievances and prepare for your feats of strength–Festivus is in full swing, and the internet is making sure to properly celebrate the holiday that Seinfeld made popular.


USA TODAY: ‘Seinfeld’ spotted on the NYC subway

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As a clever and elaborate way to promote a new time slot for Seinfeld reruns, today 11 subway train cars were transformed into the sitcom’s iconic hangout, Monk’s Cafe.


Huffington Post: This Man Is Spending 100 Days Biking Across The Country To Save Thousands Of Lives

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In 2009, This summer, Luke Mysee will spend 100 days straight riding more than 4,500 miles across the United States to help save the lives of thousands of malnourished children around the world.


Bloomberg: Can Adam Carolla Save Podcasting?

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Mediatech Capital Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb and Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Stece Malanga discuss patent trolls and Personal Audio’s suit against Adam Carolla and others.