Coke Reduces CAA's Role In Its Hollywood Script

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After nearly 15 years, Coca-Cola Co. and Creative Artists Agency are on the outs.

The beverage giant originally hired the powerful talent agency to gain a bigger profile in Hollywood and gave it free rein to produce much of flagship Coke’s ads during the ’90s—a move that sent shockwaves across Madison Avenue.

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