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Global Creative, Media and Technology Agency LBi Launches Cutting Edge Social Movement for the British Red Cross in Support of Refugee Week

...cial media toolkit to make sharing this message and changing online profiles easy, compulsive, fun and impactful. The campaign kicks off with a teaser film presented by Desperate Housewives star Dougray Scott. LBi and Agenda Collective created this viral film to broadcast the stories of refugees who ...

Let Water Be Water, LLC Introduces New 'WAT-AAH! Challenge'

...ith the expanded distribution of WAT-AAH! in 33 states along the East Coast. The company's website, www.wat-aah.com , will feature a 60-second teaser video announcing the "Challenge" which will drive visitors to www.wat-aahchallenge.blogspot.com for additional information. The blogspot will also ...

Nick at Nite Asks Families to Kick a Bad Habit, Pick a Good One in 2008

...ll also receive virtual star rewards for progress made. The campaign will be also supported on-air across various Nickelodeon television networks (a teaser campaign is scheduled to begin on Nick at Nite Dec. 31); through national and local radio spots on CHR, URBAN, POP Radio, Radio Disney and the top 10 ...

RU-486, The Abortion Pill, May Quell The Breast Cancer Gene

...otential tumors.// This is thought to have been possible due to the abortion drug, known to inhibit the hormone, progesterone. This is indeed a teaser to researchers to evolve a safe version of the hormone blocker as an option for women carrying the breast cancer gene. Cell biologist Eva Lee of...
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Stem-cell debate, wireless access and other endeavors heat up

...announce wireless deployment Next week: These are some of the ongoing and recurring issues we've seen over the last quarter. Consider this a teaser for our upcoming annual review, which will have more on Wisconsin's business and entrepreneurial climate, more columnists and opinion, and more resear...

Extreme Entrepreneur Tour coming to Fox Valley

...ples of the national tour and a musical acts at 10 Wisconsin campuses. Tour organizer Trudi Arnold explained that music would be highlighted in the teaser tour to grab the attention of young people and illustrate the connection between creativity and innovation. "Not only is it fun, but music is also ...

2006: A mixed blessing for Midwest life science companies

...Mona Bone Jakon, and the popularly acclaimed album Tea for the Tillerman that same year. The next year also was a good year for Stevens as he released teaser and Wildcat, which included two hits: Peace Train and Morning Has Broken. This last album sustained me in 1972 and 1973, when I was spent a year i...
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