04.15.2016

What We Watched This Week – April 15, 2016

Sit back, relax, and check out what we watched this week.

Facebook’s F8 Event in Less Than 90 Seconds
If you thought Facebook was going to slowly fade out of the online realm, think again. After watching the key moments from Facebook’s F8 event, it’s clear that the social media giant is capable of much more than telling me when it’s aunt’s birthday.
Kaitlyn Ambrose, Account Coordinator

Zombie Apocalypse
After national sibling day earlier this week, who doesn’t need a good laugh courtesy of some pretty funny brothers?
Anne Wright, Senior Account Director

The Conductor
Kobe Bryant says farewell to fans, coaches, and haters alike in this hilarious Nike spot.
Steven Slyker, Digital Coordinator 

 

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