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Melt acquires Ninja Multimedia firm

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 03 / 15

Melt, the Atlanta-based agency that specializes in college marketing, is doubling down on the digital side of the business. The agency recently acquired Ninja Multimedia, a small digital and technology firm that already has a strong foothold in the college space. Ninja, also based in Atlanta, and...

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