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Ogilvy's Chandler hire: creating a new blueprint By Shelly Garci

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Such thinking was at the core of the announcement last week that Robert Chandler, the 46-year-old creative director at BBDO Los Angeles, would join Ogilvy & Mather here, teaming up with Jerry McGee, evp/managing director, as executive creative director. Chandler’s background on Apple and MGM, as well as a stint working with Michael Chrichton on the film Looker, fits well with Ogilvy’s client base, led by Microsoft, Paramount and Mattel.

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