My wife and I took our girls to see “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” a few weeks ago. Mostly, it was dad who wanted to see it, but my three beauties have learned to lovingly tolerate my obsession with sci-fi movies, so they were happy to come along with the promise of popcorn and drinks. 1,366 more words
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Political advertisement: a history of power, television and wealthy advertising executives (Ad agencies always wins even if the politician loses)
In the Beginning, Political Ads Were Scarce.
It was the dawn of television that changed the way politicians reached their audiences. Before that, it was all about getting out and about, meeting the voters, holding town-hall debates and shaking hands. 791 more words
Hello everyone, today we will be talking about the drop in ratings during NFL games and how it has an effect on advertisers. The ratings have been falling since the protests and other bad publicity, but that won’t be our main focus for today. 597 more words
When I got into the media business (sales) ad agencies were known for hiring youth, paying meager wages, providing minimal training and offering limited advancement. Long hours were common and I’m pretty sure late night pizza delivery was common several times a week. 152 more words
Ad agency Terri & Sandy has been awarded AOR duties for Harvest Hill beverage brand SunnyD following a formal review.
Harvest Hill hasn’t released any advertising for the fruit-flavored beverage for more than two years, but previously worked with Boulder-based Grenadier. 151 more words