June 2006
Campaign;6/30/2006, Issue 26, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs related to mass media. Three of Fallon Minneapolis' top creative heads, Roger Camp, Stuart Di Resario and Bob Barry, are leaving the agency. General Motors Corp. is moving its $225 million Cadillac account out of Leo Burnett Detroit into Modernista. The Boston, Massachusetts-based independent has handled the motor company's Hummer account since 2000, and in March this year was awarded a small chunk of the Cadillac business without a pitch. A consortium of five private equity firms has bought Univision Communications Inc., the largest Spanish-language media group in the U.S., for $13.7 billion.


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