'NYT' Shifts $10 Mil. Account to FCB

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NEW YORK The New York Times has shifted its estimated $10 million ad account from Interpublic Group’s Lowe to sister shop Foote Cone & Belding, the client confirmed.

The business landed at Lowe in February 2003, after the agency absorbed sister shop Bozell. The shop’s tenure on The New York Times dated back to 1983.

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