The American Advertising Federation of Des Moines (AAF of Des Moines) held its annual ADDY® Awards show on Saturday at the historic Teachout Building in Des Moines’ East Village. The event was attended by more than 200 individuals from the local advertising community. Twenty-nine companies entered their best creative advertising into the competition. Judges from...
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Drake Junior Tyler Larson has earned The American Advertising Federation of Des Moines sponsored scholarship. He will receive his check on Saturday at the ADDY award show.
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Drake's Times-Delphic newspaper won 11 awards Thursday, including first place for general excellence in the 2009-2010 Iowa College Media Association Student Newspaper Contest.
The submission deadline for 2011-12 Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communications scholarships is March 1.
Stephanie Anderson, JO '11, and Tyler Larson, JO'12, have won a 2010 ADDY Award, presented by the Des Moines chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
Students will begin their studies with a historical/political perspective while still in Des Moines. Then they will travel for three weeks exploring ethnographically the evolution of consumerism in Poland. Trips to ad agencies and their clients will be interspersed with lectures at prominent universities. Major blocks of time will be spent in Warszawa (Warsaw), Gdansk and Krakow.
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