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  • Although some viewers might be reminded of Droga5's recent ads for The New York Times, which offered a similar combination of visuals and self-correcting typescript. Still, as ads of this sort go, it'
  • and eliminate disinformation. This spot from Droga5 does a fine job of delivering the message without being too serious or partisan; it actually makes voting look like fun, and not just everyone's social
  • Life Needs Truth". Droga5's previous campaigns for the New York Times have focused - brilliantly - on the pursuit and development of major individual stories. This dazzling new campaign takes a different
  • managed it so well as this heart-tugging film from Droga5 New York for Facebook. While it's easy for the more cynical among us to castigate Facebook over issues of privacy or for helping to spread fake
  • Breathe". Hiring a great agency like Droga5 might be the best move Harley-Davidson ever made. The bike manufacturer's previous marketing has often been solid, but never quite as powerful as Droga5's debut,

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