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Offices: Middletown, New York
Grey Global Group's MediaCom is one of the widest-ranging global media shops, with offices in 75 countries, although it is strongest in just a few major markets. It was the #8 media specialist worldwide with 2003 billings of $13.6bn (according to RECMA). Following Grey's acquisition by WPP, MediaCom is expected to remain independent of other WPP-owned media brands, although it will benefit from the bigger group's buying power.
Offices: London, England & New York, New York
Nothing covert about this company. Mediaedge:cia provides global media communications services as part of WPP Group. The company helps clients plan and implement ad campaigns by suggesting appropriate media channels and negotiating the best prices. In addition to media planning and buying, Mediaedge:cia offers research and digital services through its Medialab and Mediaedge:cia Digital units. The company's network consists of more than 150 offices in 80 countries.
Media Planning Group (MPG)
Offices: New York, New York & Barcelona, Spain
Even though it doesn't make a single commercial, Media Planning Group  is an integral part of Havas' advertising machine. The company represents the media services operations of its French parent, providing such services as media planning and buying, market research, strategic communications development, and interactive marketing. The company's specialist agencies Media Contacts and Arena, provide Interactive media services and communications consulting.
Offices: San Francisco, California
Mediasmith is an integrated media agency that plans and buys media in all forms, “from Search to Super Bowl.” As one of the largest independent media services in the country, they are focused on only one goal, the success of their clients. They are a collective of professionals who are truly passionate about media and the future of the discipline, and are committed innovators, testing the latest in analytics and solutions.
Offices: London, England & New York, New York
Mindshare was created in 1997 and designed to be the first truly global full-service media company. They are called MindShare because of their belief in collaboration and the integration of services with their people, their clients, creative partners, research partners, media owners and all other colleagues. They believe ‘mind share’ is the ultimate measure of successful communication: combining innovative media solutions with tangible business results.