Tune in to the new podcasts

on May 02, 2014

Creatives love to tell it like it is, but now you can hear them actually talking about all things advertising in our new podcast feature. Hosted by Dan Balser, Advertising Department Head at The Creative Circus in Atlanta, the DGMS podcast highlights a creative or a creative team twice a month from agencies around the country. You'll hear from a diverse range of creatives including Mimi Cook from Y&R San Francisco, Geoff Edwards from Dojo, Pete Johnson from Arnold and others. And, we're including an archive of past interviews going back to 2011, so you can catch up on what you've missed.

Take a look, we'll be updating the section twice a month with new interviews with some of the top creative minds of today.


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