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Crispin Porter + Bogusky Lands NBA 2K Franchise

adweek.com — After a competitive pitch process, Crispin Porter + Bogusky in L.A. has won creative duties for the NBA 2K franchise. NBA 2K tapped CP+B to help launch the next edition of its video game series, NBA 2K15. The campaign is expected to roll out in September with television, digital and social media spots.

Hooters Ups Mobile Game With Stronger Data Focus

adweek.com — Hooters is kicking off a mobile loyalty program today in Atlanta that it plans to take national in the coming months.

4 Brands Unplugged for Earth Day to Brainstorm-Vote for Their Best Ideas

adweek.com — Ad agency Iris Worldwide yesterday invited clients to come to its downtown New York office to come up with marketing ideas the old-fashioned way-no Web, no email, no smartphone, no nothing.
4 major brands visited @irisworldwide for Earth Day and came up with some cool activation ideas. Vote for best ones: adweek.com/news/advertisi…

FX Networks, MillerCoors in 3-Year Partnership Deal

adweek.com — The next time the Soviet spies Elizabeth and Philip Jennings tuck into a tin of caviar on the FX drama The Americans, the comely commies will likely wash down the delicacy with the Champagne of Beers.
When Keri Russell next tucks into a tin of caviar, the comely commie will wash it down with the Champagne of Beers: adweek.com/news/televisio…

Ad of the Day: Apple Uses Pixies' 'Gigantic' in Infectious iPhone Spot

adweek.com — Apple, the company that remade the music business, is often at its best in its TV commercials when it grabs a good soundtrack and just rocks out. The prime example, of course, was the iPod campaign, in which Apple celebrated its game-changing device from the very beginning with glorious ads that made instant successes of songs-and all but acted as a playlist for the culture.
I want to like this bc it's for a good cause. But I just can't. adweek.it/1tCtB17 h/t @roociambriello Also, why is she wearing a visor?

Mad Men Wishes You a Happy Secretary's Day. (Wait, Peggy and Joan Aren't Secretaries!)

adweek.com — It's Secretary's Day-the more politically correct name is Administrative Professionals' Day. And Mad Men, its feet still set firmly in the '60s, is wishing you a very happy former (with a hashtag nod to the latter). In a curious move, the AMC show's Twitter account is celebrating the occasion with a photo featuring two former secretaries, Joan and Peggy.

Meredith Baker Exits Comcast for Wireless Lobby

adweek.com — Meredith Attwell Baker, the former Federal Communications commissioner who caused a stir when she left the agency to lobby for Comcast months after the agency approved the NBCUniversal deal, is now headed for the CTIA-The Wireless Association. Baker's first day as president and CEO of the wireless lobby will be June 2.
Meredith Attwell Baker makes another move inside the Beltway @adweek adweek.com/news/technolog…

How Real Women Would Actually Respond to a Dove 'Experiment'

adweek.com — Every time Dove launches a new effort to remind women they're beautiful, the brand seems to pause first to also remind women how much they hate themselves.