Advertising Age


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Advertising Age

A weekly publication for and by the advertising industry. It covers the goings-on of the industry, including new trends, creative developments and so forth. It was established in Chicago in 1930.
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Advertising Age has recognized SourceLink, an industry-leading multichannel marketing services firm and statement solutions provider, for the eleventh consecutive year as a Top 20 Marketing Services Agency.
NBC's "Sunday Night Football'' charges $627,300 for a 30-second advertisement, more than any other program in prime-time broadcast television, according to a survey by Advertising Age.
com)-- Web marketing firm, Bayshore Solutions has been selected as one of the 2013 Gulf Coast 500 top companies in Florida by the Gulf Coast Business Review, and achieved inclusion in the 2013 Advertising Age Top US Agencies list.
Advertising Age magazine has recognised Tesla Motors, an electric vehicle manufacturer, as one of 'America's hottest brands.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-4 June 2008-Quattro Wireless announces partnership with Advertising Age for wireless mobile platform(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Meanwhile, a Disney spokesperson confirms a report in Advertising Age that DCP has licensed General Mills (breakfast cereals) and Cott Corp.
But, said Simon Dumenco, Media Guy columnist for Advertising Age, "saying that Cargo was 'too gay' presumes that it had legions of fans among gay men.
Meanwhile, in an altogether different permutation of corporate speech restrictions, Advertising Age reports that Morgan Stanley has informed various publications that it wants ad copy pulled if those publications plan to criticize the financial firm.
Wal-Mart has become the single biggest retailer of magazine newsstand sales in the United States, accounting for about 15 percent of that market, according to Advertising Age.
is ordering all worldwide employees to cancel company-paid magazine and newspaper subscriptions, BtoB sister publication Advertising Age reported Monday.
com, the Website of Advertising Age, says pop-up ads are "widely detested, but a certain percentage of people will remember that awful pop-up ad they saw and remember the product.
Our society has become more sophisticated and can see through a contrived strategy to develop an icon," one marketer working on contriving exactly such an icon recently told Advertising Age.
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