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Likeable Media | Agency Profile, Contacts, AOR, Client Relationships

Service: digital, social

Main Telephone
(212) 660-2458
Primary Address
240 West 37th Street
Suite 301
New York, NY 10018

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Lacey M. Director, Strategy NY
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Address: 240 West 37th Street
Suite 301
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James R. Account Director NY
Danielle G. Senior Art Director NY
Ariana B. Senior Art Director NY
Emily B. Creative Director NY

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TV, Digital Media Opps Update: Redbox working on new creative, continuing "Paper Bag" campaign

Update: A Assembly are the entities responsible for the campaign.

With more creative on the way, begin reaching out to see what revenue you can secure.Their demographic tends to skew older, and their top spending periods are Q4-Q2. You can view recent spend from Redbox below. Note, too, that the article confirmed Likeable is social media AOR. 

Agency & martech opps - Mono and Assembly are not listed as AOR, but as a "creative and media agency team for [Redbox's] first major ad campaign." Since that sounds very project-based, you may be able to secure work for later campaigns. Reach out to let them know you're interested.

Below was originally published 7/27:

DVD rental kiosk iSpot). But, this time, TV is likely to stick around for much longer; since Redbox is increasing its digital spend, TV will likely follow suit. 

Pathmatics reports a year-to-date (YTD) digital display spend of $11.3 million, nearly four times what was spent during 2017 - $3.1 million. Spend for 2016 was $923,000. Ads are primarily placed via TubeMogul (94%) onto sites such as,,, and

So with budgets going up, start reaching out to see what revenue you can secure. It's likely too late to get anything from the new spot, so focus on top spending periods Q4-Q2.Their demographic tends to skew older. 

Redbox recently launched their own deal with Warner Bros. that lets them rent DVDs on the same day they go on sale in physical stores.