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Local advertisers long to reclaim airwaves
Shut out for months by political commercials, businesses face more pain when they can resume local TV ads: High rates due to pent-up demand.
Candidates launch final ad spending push
In a record breaking year for political advertisements, Governor Romney and President Obama are still racking up dollars in the final months of their campaigns to compete for paid advertisements.
Super PAC app tells you if political ads are lying
Ever wished for some sort of lie detector for the campaign trail? Enter the Super PAC app.
Online political ads: Effective or creepy?
A study out today says voters find targeted, online political ads creepy and 86 percent didn't want political ads to be tailored to their interests.
How TV news and ads affect Americans
Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at Gallup, explains how much Americans trust television news, and whether are really impacted by political ads they see on TV.
Political ads message the holidays
Memorial Day, Labor Day, Fourth of July -- yes, those holidays are now becoming fodder for election ads.
Court overturns political ad ban on public media shows
A federal appeals court in San Francisco has ruled that public radio and TV stations cannot be barred from running political messages. But does this mean public stations are about to get a flood of paid campaign messages?
MID-DAY UPDATE: U.S. voters speak, Delta may unionize and goodbye to political ads
What are the possible effects of the midterm elections on the Bush tax cuts, which expire at the end of the year? U.S. voters put pen to ballot to...