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In this article, Andrew Hampp looks at the advancements in advertising as technology becomes a more necessary part of life. Top fashion companies all have their own magazines, which for years have been the only form of media presented to the public. With growing technology many companies have turned to television and internet as another way to make money. The main purpose of the article was to investigate the influence of technology on the fashion industry. Hampp interviewed many top fashion companies to determine what type of advertising the companies used and how it affected their sales. From the many companies ...
It published its first issue in 1888, just nine months after the Society itself was founded. It is immediately identifiable by the characteristic yellow frame that surrounds its front cover. There are 12 monthly issues of the National Geographic per year, plus additional map supplements. On rare occasions, special editions are also issued. It contains articles about geography, popular science, history, culture, current events, and photography. The current Editor-in-Chief of the National Geographic Magazine is Chris Johns , who was named Editor of the Year in October 2008 by Advertising Age magazine at the American Magazine ...
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AMC's ad-venture drama 'Mad Men' returns Sunday | NOLA.com
On the season finale of "Mad Men" last fall, Don Draper's wife was seen flying to Reno for a quickie divorce. Courtesy of AMC Vincent Kartheiser portrays Pete Campbell, Jon Hamm portrays Don Draper and John Slattery portrays Roger Sterling in a scene from "Mad Men." Draper, Sterling Cooper's creative director, was jumping ship with a few other expats from that advertising agency to form their own shop camped in a Manhattan hotel suite. They and everybody else were still reeling from the assassination of President John Kennedy just a month earlier. And "Mad Men" viewers were left to eagerly ... market research, surveys and trends
The Mighty Quinn Media Machine: Trivia Q&A: July 20
We had a huge crowd in for Trivia Night, and as my friend Jim put it, "Reminded me of the old days." We had 25 teams in, one short of the record we've done twice, and the largest turnout of 2010. The scores were very good early on, especially for the Q Train round with "10-100 Trivia" and General Knowledge was also filled with strong numbers. But I rolled out some toughies for IQ Trivia, and the highest score for that round was 11 points out of a possible 20. The scores were very close and it looked a tie-breaker question might be in the offing for the second straight week. But the team of I Was Just In ... market research, surveys and trends

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“Prescription drug sales in the U.S. grew 12 percent to $192.2 billion in .... In Advertising Age magazine's 2002 rankings, advertising budgets for two of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
New Report Details Discrimination of Older Adults in United States
Caption reads, "Don't look now, but the oldest Baby Boomers are about to turn 60. Is fiscal doom inevitable once they start eating our greens?" Dec. 19, 2005 - Ageism, or discriminating against people purely on the basis of their chronological age, is deeply embedded and widespread in American society says the International Longevity Center-USA (ILC-USA). In a new "ground-breaking report," Ageism in America, the ILC-USA documents the innate prejudices held against older Americans. As a preview to the completed report, to be issued in February 2006, the ILC-USA has released seven report cards highlighting ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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'Mad Men' returns for new season of ad-ventures
In this publicity image released by U.S. cable television network AMC, from left, Vincent Kartheiser portrays Pete Campbell, Jon Hamm portrays Don Draper and John Slattery portrays Roger Sterling in a scene from 'Mad Men.' Updated: Tue Jul. 20 2010 1:54:07 PM The Associated Press NEW YORK — On the season finale of "Mad Men" last fall, Don Draper's wife was seen flying to Reno for a quickie divorce. Draper, Sterling Cooper's creative director, was jumping ship with a few other expats from that advertising agency to form their own shop camped in a Manhattan hotel suite. They and everybody else ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Social Media 101
If you still call the Internet the "Information Superhighway," you need to read this. Since the World Wide Web changed the way we work, play and socialize, a whole industry categorized as “social media” has emerged that didn’t exist 10 years ago. Social media expert and best-selling author Chris Brogan built a career on observing how the latest trends and tools in Web networking are changing the nature of business and entrepreneurship. In his 2009 New York Times Best-Seller, Trust Agents , Brogan explains how business owners can convey their ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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EVERY week, the multimillion-dollar question for Larry Hackett, the editor of People magazine, is whom to put on the cover. “The cover sells the magazine,” he said. “The cover brings people into the big tent.” The difference between the top-selling People cover of 2008 (Angelina, Brad and their twins) and a bottom seller of 2008 (Madonna divorcing another husband) was 1.5 million newsstand copies and $6 million in revenue. So Mr. Hackett, 49, and his staff choose their covers wisely. Some weeks the winning formula calls for breaking reality-show news: Will Jon and Kate Gosselin, parents of eight children under the age of 9 and ...
Advertising spending by media channel? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
I am trying to find current overall national advertising spending and projections in all media channels (print media, digital display, direct, in store, online, etc) Could anyone help with this info? I know this is available through the many metrics companies, but was hoping to find at least some of this info without going that route. Any assistance would be very appreciated. Thanks, John posted August 4, 2008 in Advertising | Closed Share This Sr. Account Service Rep at TNS Media Intelligence see all my answers Best Answers in: Advertising (1) This was selected as Best Answer I can provide you with a one-off report on ad ...