Just got a text message from one of our friends at AKQA that the agency is live on Justin.tv, so I tuned in. About all I can make out from the stream is a slice of greasy looking pizza and a bunched up napkin making occasional lunges in the direction of Justin’s headcam. The soundtrack consists of a discussion about Justin.tv’s audience demographics.
Also noticed Justin’s itinerary for the day includes a 3pm visit to Ad:Tech. Between the agency and conference visits, looks like the site’s angling for some sponsorships. ClickZ previously mentioned Justin.tv here.
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