• 32 Under 32: Mark Rasoul

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    We've been so honored to speak with our 32 Under 32 winners. They show a passion and intelligence about our craft that really heartens us and makes us proud to know the next generation of superstars are well on their way. With that, we present our last-but-not-least interview with Mark Rasoul, Content Producer at Heat.

  • Orange Is The New Black - Season 2

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    Starts June 6th on NetFlix.

  • More DirecTV Marionettes

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    We cracked up at the first marionette spot from DirecTV. This one's not quite as funny.

  • Victors & Spoils goes dramatic for Bank Midwest

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    It's Victors & Spoils, so people are naturally going to rip on these spots for Bank Midwest. Hate on the tired strategy and message - which is the same for every small/medium sized bank for generations. But we think the creative is pretty fun and memorable. Love it or hate it, this is the kind of stuff people remember.

  • The new Jordan's are coming.

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    Apparently, the new Air Jordan XX9s are going to be created using an upper woven together with some proprietary technique in Italy. There will be a traditional black/red Chicago Bulls color scheme as well as one in Oklahoma City Thunder colors for Jordan athlete Russell Westbrook.

  • It's National High Five Day!

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    Yes, National High Five Day is a real thing. It's today. So eschew the fist bump or the bro hug and give someone a good old fashioned high five. And just in time for National High-Five Day, Slow Clap Productions is releasing a video based on the poem "High-Fives" by award-winning author Ben Mirov.

    In Ben's words, high-fives are "small social gestures humans invented to evoke a sense of celebration, and friendship." Slow Clap Productions—a San Francisco video team led by Director Dan Lichtenberg and Producer Katie Montgomery—saw something big in that small gesture, an opportunity to make a video that represents the way millenials interact with each other, their attitudes about life, love, victory, and the inherently tongue-in-cheek approach to everything they do. Take a look.

  • You don't need to speak Japanese to get this great storytelling.

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    From what we can gather, TOSANDO music is a Japanese music school that offers a free lesson to get people interested. But you don't really need to know any of that to get what's happening here. Very touching and beautifully done.

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  • 32 Under 32: Nate Houghteling

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    30 down, 2 to go. Our second-to-last 32 Under 32 interview is with Nate Houghteling, the third Portal A Partner to be honored. Check out our talk with Nate and don't miss our last 32U32er tomorrow.

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