More NewsExecs & Accounts for November 28, 2005

Execs & Accounts for November 28, 2005

AKQA hires Krivin as client services director; Fallon work for Sony called off; Brooklyn agencies build a viral site for 2006 film "Pulse."

AKQA hired Gary Krivin as director of client services in its New York office. Krivin was most recently with R/GA, as an account director on the Bank of America business.

Fallon will not produce work for Sony North America, as was originally planned, after the two failed to agree on financial terms. A spokesperson for the Minneapolis-based agency confirmed that Sony had tapped it to produce work for its personal audio division, including interactive duties on its Connect.com, but that the work would never be seen.

2006 horror flick “Pulse” is getting the online viral treatment courtesy of Brooklyn agencies Deep Focus and Big Spaceship. A Web site at YouAreNowInfected.com mimics the un-design look of an FTP directory.

Atomic Fusion has designed new identity materials and a Web site for Core Studios. The client is a landscape architecture company based in Atlanta.

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