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Andeer Interviews: Mitch Apley
Andeer Interviews: Mitch Apley

In the first in a series of interviews, Chicago's Will Andeer sits down with Mitch Apley for a wide-ranging discussion into his career and experiences. ...

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11 Dollar Bill's Del Feltz Answers Five Questions With SCREEN
11 Dollar Bill's Del Feltz Answers Five Questions With SCREEN

For someone who loves to cook, his favorite holiday is no surprise. Today 11 Dollar Bill's EP Del Feltz answers Five Questions with SCREEN. SCREEN: ...

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Calabash Built Promo Series For Big 10 Basketball
Calabash Built Promo Series For Big 10 Basketball

What’s it like to play basketball at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden? That’s the concept behind a 6-spot promo campaign for Big ...

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Volt Studios, Nice Shoes Minneapolis Move to New Studio
Volt Studios, Nice Shoes Minneapolis Move to New Studio

Volt Studios and Nice Shoes have moved to an expansive new location at 733 South Marquette Avenue, building off of a successful four-year partnership, as ...

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Whitehouse Post Chicago Signs Editor John Dingfield
Whitehouse Post Chicago Signs Editor John Dingfield

Whitehouse Post has signed award-winning commercial editor John Dingfield to their roster. A versatile editor known for cutting comedy, visual storytelling, automotive work, and six ...

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Curtis Schmidt Shifts Roles at Periscope
Curtis Schmidt Shifts Roles at Periscope

Periscope Post and Audio announced yesterday that Curtis Schmidt, most recently its general manager, would be shifting roles to a freelance editor. “I am very ...

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New Studio for Company 3 Chicago
New Studio for Company 3 Chicago

Company 3 has re-located its Chicago color studio to a beautiful suite at 515 North State Street, on the 26th floor, within the same building ...

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Full Spectrum Features Awarded $400,000 National Park Service Grant
Full Spectrum Features Awarded $400,000 National Park Service Grant

The National Park Service has announced more than $1.3 million in grants to fund preservation, restoration, and education projects at World War II Japanese American ...

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