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- Roberts Communications wins 'Best of Show' at ADDY Awards
Roberts Communications Inc. was the bigger winner at Thursday night’s annual ADDY Awards, celebrating the top work in the local marketing and advertising industry.
- Longtime RBJ sports columnist Rick Woodson dies
Longtime Rochester Business Journal sports columnist Rick Woodson died Tuesday after a brief illness. Mr. Woodson, 72, had written a sports column for the RBJ since 1996, beginning the assignment after a short stint as an RBJ beat reporter.
- Young Lion Studios to expand its offerings
Young Lion Studios LLC, a 70,000-square-foot film studio at the Rochester Tech Park in Gates, plans to launch two business segments this month to increase revenues and boost the local film industry.
- For advertisers, Sunday is the Super Bowl too
- IT firms combine to grow
- Holiday season fetches big sales for Crazy Dog
- 'Ghost Hunters' episode explores Rochester
They SyFy Channel’s popular show “Ghost Hunters,” where a team of paranormal experts explore places that may be haunted, will feature Rochester on Nov. 28.
- Dixon Schwabl ranks among top places to work
Marketing communications firm Dixon Schwabl Inc. has been named one of the best workplaces for the eighth consecutive year.
- UR ramps up focus on digital media studies
- Spiegel to lead Partners + Napier's NYC office
Partners + Napier Inc. on Monday said marketing veteran Andrea Spiegel has been appointed managing director of the firm’s New York City office.
- Dixon Schwabl forms B2B division
Dixon Schwabl Inc. has formed a new business-to-business division within its public relations department.
- GRE, Dixon Schwabl win national podcast award
Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc. and Dixon Schwabl Inc. have won Best Podcast award as part of the 2012 PR Daily Awards.
- Where are they now? Joseph Vogel
- Time Warner ramps up interactive advertising
- Gannett acquires app maker Mobestream Media
Gannett Co. Inc., owner of 80 newspapers including the Democrat and Chronicle and USA Today, announced Thursday it has acquired Mobestream Media.
- Dixon Schwabl hits key milestones with growth
- PGA, Dixon Schwabl detail Golf Balls on Parade plans
Dixon Schwabl Inc. and the PGA of America have announced the details for Golf Balls on Parade, a community relations art project aimed to promote the 95th PGA Championship, which is slated to be held at Oak Hill Country Club next year.
- Bills opt out of NFL's revised TV blackout plan
The Buffalo Bills will not participate in the National Football League’s revised television blackout policy that allows teams to declare sellouts at 85 percent capacity, the team announced Friday.
- Writers & Books poll shows top literary characters
Writers & Books Inc. has released the poll results for its “Top 20 Literary Characters” of all time. Writers & Books said nearly 200 Rochester-area residents took part in the poll.