LEVEL Studios Debuts Company Blog: Industry Analysis and Insightful Commentary

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LEVEL Studios (http://level-studios.com), an independent digital agency, announced the official debut of its company blog. Located at http://blogs.level-studios.com, the blog contains diverse entries, addressing everything from agency operations and campaigns to digital marketing and current events.

LEVEL Studios (http://level-studios.com), an independent digital agency, announced the official debut of its company blog. Located at http://blogs.level-studios.com, the blog contains diverse entries, addressing everything from agency operations and campaigns to digital marketing and current events.

Drawing on a wide array of authors from within the company, the LEVEL Blog reveals the agency's personality and culture through relevant commentary about issues that are reshaping the way advertising, technology and content interact with each other. Tom Adamski, President | CEO of LEVEL, describes how digital is reshaping the agency landscape as "disruptive ideas need to be executed flawlessly across a campaign, then distributed at the right times to the right audiences." Read the entire post at http://blogs.level-studios.com/2009/06/idea-execution-distribution/.

Other recent posts include the parallels between digital marketing and teaching a college course, interface continuity and even skateboard culture in East Africa.

"The blog provides a way to convey the more personal aspects of the LEVEL brand as we participate in what is becoming a more common agency offering," stated Adamski. "More than a mundane corporate sounding board, we envision the blog becoming a platform for digital innovation, providing an interactive destination to explore the state of our industry with clients, industry analysts and other digital agency thought leaders."

About LEVEL Studios
LEVEL Studios is an independent digital agency that amplifies global brands by innovating across desktop, web and mobile environments. Founded in 1995 as Web Associates, the agency now operates three California studios specializing in user experience, digital media and application development.

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