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Why Print Media Advertising?

The Internet has revolutionized marketing in many ways. Today, small and established firms can employ a variety of marketing strategies and methods to achieve their goals. 190 more words

Cultural Event: 2017 Women's History Month Lecture

As part of the 2017 Women’s History Month, the Office of Multicultural Student Services will be hosting speaker Professor Kathryn Woods who will facilitate a presentation entitled “Sexism and gender-based violence in print advertising” on Tuesday, March 21st at 6pm in the University Center Founders’ Room 203. 84 more words

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"Drone Journalism" -The Berkshire Eagle Newspaper is Now Using a Drone to Cover the News

In a recent article on Editor & Publisher, a daily newspaper in Massachusetts welcomed the newest member of its photojournalism team – “The Eagle” – a high-tech drone. 195 more words

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I Want to Get Cancer...

Got your attention, right?

Well that’s exactly what The Irish Cancer Society intended with that slogan. The subhead says “before it gets you,” so it’s kind of an ah-ha moment after a shocking and pretty unbelievable statement. 122 more words

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Where’s the Print in Your Funnel?

We’ve known for a while now that campaigns are more effective when print is part of the mix. Now, new research from Millward Brown shows that print has the power to continue to engage long after other channels have fallen off. 339 more words

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Why You Should Invest In Commercial Printing? 5 Reasons To Invest

Commercial printing should be one the best choices for printing mass personal prints, long run printing or any other kind of printing. It might sound like a burden to use printing services like experts do, but in today’s world it is easier to use commercial printing. 363 more words

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A Simple Explanation on How Magazine Ads Work

For some in the magazine media industry, the future of an ad-supported online magazine model was pretty obvious.

“We all saw programmatic coming, and dropped our sense of quality and dignity,” said Rebekah Billingsley of John Brown Media. 303 more words

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