Out and About 8 March

This week Out and About spends time at Carat's Redefining Press Week, delivers The Sunday Sun to MediaCom, witnesses the launch of UM's Wave6 research, attends IPC Media's GenerationYNot! event, goes to the NME Awards and challenges Maxus at pool ... phew!

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    UM London

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    UM London

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    IPC Media

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    UM London

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    UM London

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    Carat

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    UM London

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    UM London

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    NME Awards

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    Carat

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    The Sun on Sunday

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