More NewsNewsPage.com Selects Grey Advertising as AOR

NewsPage.com Selects Grey Advertising as AOR

News and information service NewsPage.com selected Grey Advertising as its first advertisingagency of record.

News and information service NewsPage.com selected Grey Advertising as its first advertising agency of record.

Grey will manage all brand, creative, media and promotion strategy and development for NewsPage.com. The agency will begin working immediately on a major branding campaign for NewsPage.com. Billings were not disclosed.

“Grey demonstrated they have what it takes to grow the NewsPage.com business dramatically and quickly — both critical to our success,” said Kathy Greenler, vice president of marketing at NewsPage.com.

NewsPage.com previously retained Beyond Interactive as its online media-buying agency. Beyond Interactive was recently acquired by Grey Advertising and will continue in that role.

TheJelly Public Relations is the company’s PR agency of record.

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