August 2005
New Media Age;8/18/2005, p3
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on issues related to media, creative and marketing agencies in Great Britain, as of August 2005. Background on a marketing partnership formed by Orange and Sony Ericsson with Sony BMG artist Jamiroquai; Promotion of Lloyd Shepherd as deputy director of digital publishing at Guardian Unlimited; Information on a new form of mobile marketing being used by Hope Recordings that enables consumers to download mobile content.


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