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I wouldn’t really call it a rebrand, its more like a facelift for them. The type has been slightly updated, which makes it cleaner looking than before. Your toughts? Read more here . TAGS: Branding , Comcast , Logo , Rebranding RELATED POSTS: Best Buy Rebranding , Intel Rebranding , TLC Rebranding , KFC Rebranding , Posted in Branding   Add to   Digg It Blogs that link to this post   Permanent Link This entry was posted by Freddy, on Thursday, November 29th, 2007 at 11:47 am and is filed under Branding . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. ...
style that originated in London in the early 18th century and is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. A distinctive feature is the burnt flavour which is derived from the use of roasted unmalted barley (though this is a relatively modern development since it did not become a part of the grist until well into the 20th century). For many years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed product to give a sharp lactic flavour (which was a characteristic of the original Porter). Although the palate of Guinness still features a characteristic "tang", the company has refused to confirm whether this ...


ON: Digital+Marketing: 24 entries from March 2007
stocking the online world with a much needed tipple or two. The brand has launched a virtual ‘Bar Kit’ available in select bars and nightclubs, such as popular Irish pub ‘The Blarney Stone’ . The Bar will allow greater interactivity for virtual drinkers, linking drinkers through their choice of booze, with animations for toasts and not restricted by troublesome things like opening hours and the last train home. Virtual development was handled by Millions of Us and of course the requisite Virtual Bar Crawl has already taken place. 7digital and Bebo have announced ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Drugs - Home - Osocio, Social Advertising and Non-profit Campaigns
Like many causes the issue of responsible drinking is a complex one when speaking about campaigning. Who is the target audience, who is responsible, what is the most effective way bringing the message? The Message In The Bottle is a video series about the issues around responsible choices (or a lack there of) with alcohol. Irresponsible drinking is the #1 cause of preventable death among Canadian youth. After decades of responsible drinking programs, why are students still not getting the message? Who is trying to get the message out, and how can it be more effective? Who takes responsibility for solving this societal issue? ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The tabloid goodness of, the new Web site from the folks who brought ...
For the same reason theater critics don't review new musicals during their pre-Broadway tryouts at the La Jolla Playhouse, I refrain from assessing new magazines—or Web sites—at first launch. There's just too much debugging going on to make a review fair, let alone coherent. I know all about the creative confusion of a Web launch, having been at Slate when it went live in the summer of 1996. (Here's Salon 's review of our debut.) And twice I have tried to remake a weekly newspaper against the high expectations that my first issues would raise the dead, solve de Polignac's Conjecture , and fix ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Pringle of Scotland's Day of Record in Hawick
Models pose in the new Pringle Collection unveiled at the 1968 Royal Gala Fashion Show, beside the Morris Mini prize draw 'Do you remember the Faldo days?' asked my cab driver, as we wound our way through the Scottish countryside. 'That was my era,' he said proudly. We were on our way to Pringle of Scotland's former factory in Hawick, where he spent many years of his working life before its closure. Here, the knitwear brand was staging its 'Day of Record', an Antiques Roadshow-style look at its 195-year heritage. Like my driver, for many, the name Pringle instantly conjures images of those Nick ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Spunk is a graphic design studio launched in 1996 with the goal of .... Tank Goodness has never advertised. The only advertising we have used is ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Pharmacy Students' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Evaluation of Direct ...
Rupali K. Naik, University of New Mexico, College of Pharmacy, 2502 Marble NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131. Tel: 505-272-5596. Fax: 505-272-6749. E-mail: rnaik/at/ To assess pharmacy students' knowledge, attitudes, and evaluation of direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA). A cross sectional, self-administered, 106-item survey instrument was used to assess first, second, and third professional year pharmacy students' knowledge about DTCA regulations, attitudes toward DTCA, and evaluation of DTC advertisements with different brief summary formats (professional labeling and patient labeling) and in different media ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
City Tech - News & Events - Focus on Faculty
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) Advertising Design Professor Bernard Aptekar’s 50-piece exhibition, “Transfiguration to Hope,” was one of a series of events held earlier this year to mark Poland’s 70th anniversary observance of the outbreak of World War II and the 20th anniversary of regaining its independence. The exhibition was enthusiastically embraced by visitors to Miejska Galeria Sztuki in Lodz during September 2009. “Virtually everyone who staged and later viewed the exhibit, including gallery director Elzbieta Fuchs,” Aptekar says, “understood what the ...
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What are the THREE main reasons for the economic malais in the US ...
Principal reason: people at all levels and in many capacities seem unaware that the economic system is chaotic, in the scientific sense of the word, and hence, not ultimately predictable or open to effective modelling, or self-correcting, or necessarily correctable. At any given point it might not be too far from a catastrophe edge. In this sense China played a limited role. posted 1 month ago
How to sell design ideas? - Yahoo! Answers
Despite what others state, a "poor man's" copyright is NOT the same as registering it. Here's what the US Copyright Office has to say: "The practice of sending a copy of your own work to yourself is sometimes called a 'poor man’s copyright.' There is no provision in the copyright law regarding any such type of protection, and it is not a substitute for registration."… – Link to above quote Hope that helps! I wish you much success & happiness in all your ventures! Asker's Rating: Asker's Comment: thanks for the answer, although I live in Canada ...