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African-American youth seeing more alcohol ads

Sep 27, 2012
A new study finds African-Americans aged 12-20 are exposed to more alcohol advertising than American young people in general
Posted In: African American, advertising, alcohol, teenagers, drinking

Village Voice to cut ties to sex ad business

Sep 24, 2012
The decision is a hit to revenue. But other alternative weeklies are surviving without adult classifieds.
Posted In: Village Voice, newspapers, media, advertising

Priceline resurrects Shatner for new ads

Aug 15, 2012
Pitchman William Shatner appeared to have perished in a Priceline ad in January. So why is he back on air as the Priceline “Negotiator?”
Posted In: priceline, advertising

Vogue weighs in, literally, with September issue

Jul 27, 2012
Vogue's September issue has 658 pages of advertisements. What makes this fashion staple the Super Bowl of magazine editions?
Posted In: Vogue, fashion, magazine, advertising

Get ready for more ads on your Facebook app

Jul 27, 2012
And Google makes Kansas City the cutting edge tech city of the future.
Posted In: Facebook, Google, advertising

U.S. Army cuts NASCAR ties

Jul 11, 2012
Congressional critics say the recruiting money used to sponsor sporting events like Stewart-Haas Racing could be spent more effectively.
Posted In: Army, NASCAR, advertising

Marketers start to make sense of Big Data

Jun 26, 2012
Online travel site Orbitz offers pricier hotels to Apple computer users after data shows they tend to pay more than Windows PC owners.
Posted In: advertising, marketing, apple

With growth slowing way down, how will Facebook make money off us?

Jun 12, 2012
The social giant may use more ads, better ads or perhaps a way for users to make money as well.
Posted In: Facebook, advertising, Robot Roundup

GM signs deal to sponsor Manchester United

May 31, 2012
General Motors announced today a major Chevrolet sponsorship deal with the popular English soccer team, Manchester United.
Posted In: GM, Sports, soccer, advertising

GM passes on Super Bowl advertising

May 18, 2012
General Motors recently announced it was going to stop advertising on Facebook, and now it's bowing out of doing an expensive ad during the Super Bowl next year.
Posted In: GM, General Motors, advertising, Super Bowl

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