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The New York Times Company is Making Changes

The New York Times Company is Making Changes

Things are always changing in the world and The New York Times Company is right up there with changes. It plans to sell its Regional Media group to Halifax Media…

Newspaper Publishers Move to Digital Advertising

Newspaper Publishers Move to Digital Advertising

Newspapers are struggling in the United States and people do not have to look far to find out why this is happening. Newspapers began struggling when the internet exploded with…

Schools Receive Advertisement Revenue

Schools Receive Advertisement Revenue

An advertising network has recently been launched and is referred to as the MySchoolSwap.com website. This advertising network helps to support the community by donating half of its advertisement revenue…

India Police to Question Editor Accused of Sexual Assault

In a coastal state of India called Goa, a news editor that has been widely known as a strong supporter of anti-corruption measures has been accused of sexually assaulting a…

Pearson Partners Closing Doors After 33 Years

Pearson Partners Closing Doors After 33 Years

Longtime Indianapolis, Ind. ad agency Pearson Partners Inc. is closing after 33 years, according to a report in the Indianapolis Business Journal. About a dozen workers will be left without…

CCO Wilson Leaves Dentsu America

CCO Wilson Leaves Dentsu America

Dentsu America has confirmed that Mike Wilson has left the firm. He was Chief Creative Officer and an executive vice president. Wilson joined the firm in December 2006. No reason…

Manhattan’s Horn Corp. Gives Office Space to Unemployed Ad Workers

Manhattan’s Horn Corp. Gives Office Space to Unemployed Ad Workers

Manhattan ad agency The Horn Corp. is offering free office space to unemployed advertising pros looking for work. Each day a small crowd of grateful people works out of their…

Smoked Out

Smoked Out

Smoking continues to take a devastating toll on the American public. While there has been a decline through tobacco taxes and smoking bans, the adult smoking rate has stalled at…

Feds: Ad Agencies Lost 24,100 Jobs in Recession

Feds: Ad Agencies Lost 24,100 Jobs in Recession

According to information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics at the US Department of Labor, the nation’s advertising agencies have lost 24,100 jobs since the recession began last year. Advertising…

ESPN Backs Out From Film Project on Concussions in N.F.L.

ESPN has been working closely with the television series “Frontline” on a two-part documentary about the National Football League’s ongoing concussion woes. Now, apparently in a dispute regarding editorial control…

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