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Monday, May. 18, 2020
ANA Finds Most of Its Members Maintain Supplier Diversity Programs
A large majority (75 percent) of ANA (Association of National Advertisers) members have strategic plans in place to hire suppliers with diverse backgrounds for their overall organizations, but only 40 percent have such strategies specifically for marketing and advertising services. Those are two of...
Monday, May. 18, 2020
Day One Tally At ADC Awards: 36 Cube Winners In Fashion Design, Illustration
Winners in Fashion Design and Illustration were revealed on this first day of the weeklong online ADC 99th Annual Awards, part of The One Club for Creativity and the world’s longest continually-running program celebrating excellence in craft and innovation in all forms of design and advertising...
Monday, May. 18, 2020
Stern, McIlhargey Launch Four Daughters; Co. Sets 1st Feature, Looks To Tell Inclusive Stories
Four Daughters, a development and production company dedicated to telling stories that celebrate inclusion, has launched with its first feature project, The Match . Based on the book by Bruce Schoenfeld (HarperCollins), The Match is inspired by the true story of two remarkable women, professional...
Monday, May. 18, 2020
Director Ben Steiger Levine Joins Greencard For Spots, Branded Content
Ben Steiger Levine, a director whose flair for design and visual effects complements his strengths as a narrative storyteller, has joined the talent roster at Greencard for commercials and branded content in the U.S. Emily Wiedemann, Greencard founder and executive producer, said of Steiger Levine...
Monday, May. 18, 2020
Pandemic Shutdown Puts Fall TV Season In Jeopardy
The first new TV season of the coronavirus era is facing an understandably shaky start that comes with a tacit disclaimer: The comedy and drama series being trumpeted for fall 2020 and beyond will air — if they get made. Studios, guilds and trade groups are huddling to find ways to ease a near-...
Saturday, May. 16, 2020
"Little Fires Everywhere" Director and Executive Producer Lynn Shelton Dies At 54
Lynn Shelton, an independent filmmaker who directed "Humpday" and "Little Fires Everywhere," has died. She was 54. Shelton's publicist, Adam Kersh, said in a statement Saturday that she died Friday in Los Angeles from an unidentified blood disorder. Shelton had become the leading voice of the new...
Saturday, May. 16, 2020
Daveed Diggs Reflects On TNT's "Snowpiercer"
Daveed Diggs was sorting through the many TV offers coming his way a few years ago when, as the Tony Award-winning actor puts it, "there was a lot of 'Hamilton' fairy dust attached to me." One series that caught his interest was TNT's "Snowpiercer," adapted from the 2013 movie of the same name by...
Friday, May. 15, 2020
Los York Films Brings Sinuhe Xavier Aboard Its Directorial Roster
Los York Films has added Sinuhe Xavier to its directorial roster. His collaborations include Jeep, Ford, Toyota, BMW, Tag Heuer, Jaguar, Land Rover, Bentley, Nike, Burton, Gillette, and EA Games. Xavier is the recipient of multiple Clio Awards: earning one for his creative content work for director...
Thursday, May. 14, 2020
Home Backdrops Come To The Fore On Virus-Era TV
Those who saw conservative commentator Bill Kristol on television one recent night may not remember what he said. But they'll never forget the magnificent mess of a bookcase behind him. And there's a growing army of viewers with just one question after tuning into any number of interviews that...
Wednesday, May. 13, 2020
HBO Max Unveils 2nd Wave Slate of Max Originals To Debut In Summer
HBO Max has revealed the second slate of premium Max Originals available to viewers after the streamer’s launch on May 27. The next wave of titles coming to the platform begins Thursday, June 18, with the debut of the entire first season of the unscripted kids adventure competition series Karma ,...

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