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Inspired by Mark and the team at Talking Digital Blog, I’ve written my Advertising Trends for 2009. Mine aren’t as wide reaching as the ones on Talking Digital. I’ve tried to keep them related to the space that Gourmet Ads works in (food, wine and beer advertising) as well as reducing the focus on the downturn in economy. So here are my 9 Advertising Trends for 2009; 1. TV Budgets going to Online Advertising budgets allocated for TV & Print will finally begin to be allocated to online. Ok, so everyone says this from year to year, but 2009 will be the year . This will be mainly driven by company management who will be required to ...
It is the owner and operator of the Newstalk ZB News service and nationwide Newstalk ZB, Classic Hits, ZM, Coast, Hauraki, Easy Mix, Flava and Radio Sport radio networks . It sells advertising, records programming, reports news and operates over 100 radio stations from headquarters in central Auckland and offices in twenty five other markets across New Zealand .
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The debate about the intention behind the Sensis 1234 Warm Up campaign certainly unearthed a range of differing opinions. Read more » I often enjoy giving the Hungry Jack’s ads a kicking, so it’s good to see a new one where there’s an interesting idea. Read more » As an occasional media commentator, I’m sometimes asked: ‘Tell me Tim. Given that politicians  want to engage the electorate beyond the hardcore politics junkies, would it be a good idea to schedule the leaders’ debate at the exact same time as the final of Masterchef, arguably Australia’s favourite TV programme and ... market research, surveys and trends
TV Rights Talks Postponed By Law Changes | Australian Football ...
Negotiations for the AFL's domestic television rights from 2012 to 2016 have been shelved indefinitely. League and local TV networks must now await the announcement on changes to the Australian Federal Government's protected sporting events policy until after the Federal election on August 21. "Anti-siphoning laws" give the Australian free-to-air TV networks the first right to bid for key sporting events, including the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, the FIFA World Cup, the AFL and National Rugby League competitions, Formula One, international cricket, and Australian Open tennis. The current list expires at ... market research, surveys and trends

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24/7 Real Media, Inc. -- Company History
24/7 Real Media provides marketing and technology solutions to online marketers and publishers. Our products and services are designed to meet the needs of marketers and publishers in all new media. Key Dates: 1998: 24/7 Media Inc. is formed in New York City by a merger of Petry Interactive, Inc., the former Katz Millennium Marketing, and Interactive Imaginations, Inc.; the company goes public later in the year. 1999: 24/7 Media enters e-mail marketing with the acquisition of Sift, Inc. for $22 million in stock. 2000: 24/7 Media acquires e-mail marketing firm Exactis.com Inc. for $490 million in stock; another major ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Australian business predicted to receive high sales by March 2010 ...
According to the November 2009 Business Expectations Survey completed by D&B Australasia, Australian businesses may soon be able to expect a return to higher sales figures with many businesses planning to restock in time for the predicted rise in demand. The survey assesses business expectations for the 2010 March quarter following the Christmas trading period and has been used in the past as a fairly accurate measurement of industry trends and economic performance since its introduction in 1988. The survey's results concluded a positive outlook for the March quarter 2010 based on the professional and market opinions of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Junior and mid-cap miners, backed by billionaire Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest, are threatening to derail Labor's election plans with a new multi-million dollar campaign condemning its revised resources tax. The West PM's climate lure for business Heavy industry would be given an incentive to start cutting its emissions even before the introduction of an emissions trading scheme or carbon tax under a policy that Prime Minister Julia Gillard will announce today in a bid to revive her party's credibility on climate change. The Fin Population focus a cover for failure, says RBA director Julia Gillard's focus on a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Negotiations for the AFL's domestic television rights from 2012 to 2016 have been shelved indefinitely. League and local TV networks must now await the announcement on changes to the Australian Federal Government's protected sporting events policy until after the Federal election on August 21. "Anti-siphoning laws" give the Australian free-to-air TV networks the first right to bid for key sporting events, including the Olympic and Commonwealth Games, the FIFA World Cup, the AFL and National Rugby League competitions, Formula One, international cricket, and Australian Open tennis. The current list expires at ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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An employer's guide to Australian JobSearch and Job Network
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Professor Roy Meadow struck off Ban advertising in Australian ...
Network. Although the software is the only such program in Aus- ... with the flow of practice,” he wrote. Ban advertising in Australian prescribing ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
MBS: MBAs: Why isn't Australia convinced?
In comparison to their American counterparts, Australian businesses undervalue an MBA qualification primarily because of an immature recruitment industry Internal recruiters in Australia underestimate the depth of skills delivered by an MBA. As a result, they tend to focus more on experience rather than qualifications or future potential when recruiting. For example, only one in 1,000 new jobs advertised for any week in Melbourne specify that an MBA would be desirable, whereas for that same period in New York, the ratio goes up to 52 in every 1,000 new jobs. Generally Australian executive positions specify that tertiary ...
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real? It's a Microsoft ad supposedly shown in a New Zealand CS class, but I can't find any evidence of it elsewhere. I'm pretty pissed if it is. I came across an email that said this ad was shown as an overhead in the beginning of a CS class at an NZ university. I'm pretty shocked at how Microsoft would disparage women in technology, if it's real, and so I'd like to make sure it's not a well-done fake before I make any claims. Maybe someone else has seen it in person, or can find out more. I'm coming up empty, which I suppose may be a good thing. Why don't you email Sally Jo and ...