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Why you might seeing English subtitles on Spanish-lanuguage TV ads

Jul 11, 2014
Some advertisers are using the World Cup to experiment with bilingual ads on English networks.
Posted In: World Cup, advertisements, Spanish language

Your face here: Google to put you in advertisements

Oct 15, 2013
And not everybody is happy about it.
Posted In: Google, Facebook, advertisements

America's next top model? You

Jun 7, 2013
Brands are trying to "get real" by soliciting and posting pictures of customers in their ads.
Posted In: advertisements, advertising, crowdsourcing

Spanish ad has a secret message only kids can see (video)

May 6, 2013
Technology in an advertisement for a Spanish organization let's adults and kids see different messages at the same time.
Posted In: marketing, viral marketing, advertising, advertisements, children

Taking your friends and followers to the bank

Dec 21, 2011
A bunch of new companies want to help you make money off your social networks.
Posted In: Twitter, social network, advertisements

MID-DAY UPDATE: Oil prices concern consumers, HBO taps job-strapped market

Mar 3, 2011
Unrest in Libya continues, and as stranded workers wait to return to their countries, Britain and France have volunteered aircraft to evacuate...
Posted In: action figures, advertisements, Britain, Egypt, federal budget, Federal Reserve, France, gas prices, HBO, Libya, mid-day update, Oil, oil price, recession, refugees, television, toys, TV commercials, unrest

TV's favorite commercial characters now available as action figures

Mar 3, 2011
G.I. Joe is SO 20 years ago. Who wants to play with a super hero action figure when you can play with one of TV's favorite commercial characters....
Posted In: action figures, advertisements, Connecticut, television, toys

MID-DAY UPDATE: You've got mail, Huffington Post, tough times in Tunisia, Reaganomics and 2011

Feb 7, 2011
AOL is buying The Huffington Post for $315 million in a merger it hopes will move the company away from dial-up modems and towards new media and...
Posted In: advertisements, aol, Arianna Huffington, Banks, commercials, Egypt, mid-day update, Reaganomics, Ronald Reagan, Super Bowl, The Huffington Post, Tunis, Tunisia

MID-DAY UPDATE: Protests in Egypt, and the new iPad newspaper

Jan 31, 2011
The ongoing protests in Egypt have raised economic concerns worldwide. Moody's Investors Service has cut Egypt's credit rating and revised its...
Posted In: advertisements, apple, Economics, Egypt, fashion, global economics, iPad, kinect, mid-day update, Oil, Polyvore, protests, Rupert Murdock, Suez Canal, trading, Unemployment