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Weekly Roundup + Superbowl Ad of the Week

More predictions, this one from IBM, of mobile blowing up the African stratosphere (slight exaggeration but hey…)

Spinlet wants you to forget Spotify.  Digital distribution service set to launch in Nigeria Mid 2012.

Bloomberg on hot startup Pinterest and ideas on marketers can make it work.

Old Spice does it again as it crashes another brand’s commercial spot.

Nampak sees profits from Africa doubling this year aided by increase in Heineken contract in Nigeria and added plants in Angola.

CNN International & Multichoice extend deadline for African Journalist Awards.

New survey explores the modern black American woman.

LG Nigeria records 75% growth in mobile phone sales in the last quarter of 2011.

BusinessDay discusses why mobile marketing is stunted at the moment.

Twenty marriage registries across Lagos get a facelift courtesy of Bacchus brand.

Econet wins its day in court in 6-year ownership tussle with Zain/Airtel

Lack of Nigerian presence at Cup of Nations a huge loss of marketing revenue for practitioners.

Better to get plans for FIFA World Cup in Brazil out of the way.  Nigerian firm cinches hospitality contract.


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