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Droga5 Wants to Introduce Poets, Playwrights to Advertising

If you're an 18-year-old Twitter wunderkind or a sexagenerean rocker looking for a desk job a new program from Droga5 may be for you.

The agency is launching D5in10 Academy, a crash course into the creative side of advertising aimed at drawing in people who may not have otherwise landed in the industry.

The Academy seeks

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