WONGDOODY in the News

February 2, 2009

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January 28, 2009

Maya Babish joined marketing ideas agency WONGDOODY as a director in its brand strategy division, the company announced today. Babish has more than 18 years of senior-level marketing experience at companies such as Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Pure Networks and COZI. At WONGDOODY, she will oversee creation of comprehensive brand strategies for new and existing clients, and also collaborate closely with other agency discipline experts to develop and deliver integrated marketing solutions for clients.

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December 5, 2008

Part of a tightly-integrated Web and TV strategy, aimed at teens twelve to seventeen, for the Washington State Department of Health, this site gets kids actively involved in the fight against tobacco use.

The campaign engages a notoriously hard-to-reach target audience on a deep, participatory level by driving kids to NoStankYou.com, where they earn free branded T-shirts in return for spreading anti-tobacco messages (each activity is worth one point; three points earns a T-shirt). Kids can then submit photos of themselves, in the specific poses needed for future TV commercials, wearing No Stank You T-shirts.

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November 20, 2008

LOS ANGELES - Nov. 20, 2008 - Marketing ideas agency WONGDOODY today announced the appointment of Michael Polley as chief financial officer, effective immediately. Polley's duties will include negotiating contracts, helping to write long-term growth plans, setting up systems to optimize direct labor allocations and managing the financials of WONGDOODY's growing operations, among others.

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October 2, 2008

When The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences needed to get the word out that original content distributed over broadband was eligible for the Primetime Emmy Awards, WongDoody Los Angeles created this campaign. Titled “Welcoming Broadband to the World of Television,” it acknowledges the Academy’s rich history, yet keeps the focus on the future. Playing on the love and evolution of television, the ads feature still images from Emmy-nominated television favorites like “I Dream of Jeannie” and “Bonanza” with digitally-enhanced images that show the characters using computers—juxtaposing television programming’s past and future.

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September 29, 2008

WONGDOODY brings retro effects and electonica beats to No Stank You, a fervently trendy effort to keep teens in Washington from smoking.

A dance-off sets the stage for the first spot. Each team consists of a person and a disembodied set of lungs. One set's healthy; the other looks like the tattered black pieces of a deflated life vest.

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