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  1. Clio Key Art Awards Renamed Clio Entertainment

    8:00 am 4/3/2017

    The 2017 ceremony, which honors the best in Hollywood advertising in partnership with The Hollywood Reporter, will shift to Nov. 2. Read more

  2. Fox's 'Deadpool' Wins Big at Key Art Awards

    6:32 pm 10/21/2016

    Comedian, author and actress Amy Sedaris hosted the 45th Annual Clio Key Art Awards honoring the best entertainment marketing teams in the industry.Read more

  3. Amy Sedaris on Hosting the Clio Key Art Awards: "Maybe I'll Get a Shingles Ad Out of It" (Q&A)

    7:30 am 10/20/2016

    The comedian-actress talks with THR about how she prepared for the gig ("I already talked to a speech therapist"), whether she's planning any political jokes for the annual show, taking place Thursday night, and her nerves over using a teleprompter: "I'm a horrible reader."Read more

  4. How Ryan Reynolds Became 'Deadpool's' Marketing Rebel

    7:00 am 10/20/2016

    “I’ve never taken ownership like this before," Reynolds says. "I can channel this guy [Deadpool] in a way I just can't seem to channel anything else."Read more

  5. 'Minions,' 'Steve Jobs' Campaigns Win at Key Art Awards

    12:02 am 10/23/2015

    'Black-ish' star Anthony Anderson hosted the gathering of Hollywood's prominent marketing teams at the CLIO Key Art Awards partnered with The Hollywood Reporter.Read more

  6. Hulu Marketing Chief on Key Art Awards' New Trophy, Favorite Campaign

    6:00 am 10/22/2015

    New CLIO judge Jenny Wall describes the streaming universe as "a marketer's dream" as she prepares to help hand out awards to entertainment's top advertisers.Read more

  7. Carrie Gormley, Jonathan Gitlin Promoted at Create Advertising

    6:51 pm 10/22/2014

    Gormley will oversee the theatrical group, while Gitlin will head up television and advertisingRead more

  8. Key Art Awards: 'Gravity,' 'Lego Movie' Campaigns Win Gold

    2:45 pm 10/20/2014

    The industry's communications elite headed to the Dolby Theatre for the THR- and Clio-sponsored awards, which were hosted by Nick OffermanRead more

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