Loose Talk…

February 2009
Media Week;2/3/2009, Issue 1194, p38
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on media. On Thursday, a leaving party for Universal's head of press, Dan Pimm was held. The party was held in The Green in Clerkenwell and was attended by Chris Pelekanou from The Guardian and Grant Woodthorpe from Metro. Specific Media also held its "End of Prohibition" party at Bloomsbury Ballroom. Their guests included Robin O'Neill from GroupM and Michael Beecroft from Mediaedge:cia.


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