Framestore is a British visual effects company based near Oxford Street in London. Formed in 1986, it acquired (and subsequently merged) the Computer Film Company in 1997. The company works across several different areas of the media: feature films, commercials, music videos, feature animation and digital.The company's registered office is at 9 Noel Street, London. In 2004, the company set up an office in New York City's SoHo district to serve the American advertising market, and has since set up offices in Los Angeles and Montreal.
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    … percent globally and 94 percent in the U.S. over the past year. On a global basis, the amount of video from users and brands on News Feed is up 3.6 times year-over-year. On average, more than 50 percent of U.S. Facebook users who come back to the social network on a daily basis watch at least one video per day. 76 percent of U.S. Facebook users said…

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    … writing. I use it as a metronome.” Droga5 New York Playlist vibe: Cheeky, winky and fun The creative department in this indie shop believes more is more, with a collection of songs played in the department that run the gamut, from Disney to Lil Jon to Broadway showtunes. Turn down for what? Nothing! Natalie Sims, design director, Sub Rosa…

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    … The first part of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil took place during the second quarter, and advertising efforts on Facebook during soccer's main event was a topic of conversation during the company's second-quarter earnings call Wednesday. The World Cup also provided a great opportunity for brand building on Facebook. Facebook was an important part…

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