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The Federal Trade Commission has set out on the somewhat quixotic journey of trying to identify ways to save journalism as we know it from possible extinction. Through a series of public forums, the last of which will take place in Washington on Tuesday, the commission has been gathering and analyzing an array of suggestions to help make the business of gathering and reporting news profitable again. A broad range of ideas — loosening antitrust statutes to allow news organizations to start charging for online content all at once; imposing a tax on iPads and other electronic devices to subsidize the cost of reporting; ...
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Challenging Dogma - Spring 2010: The National Breastfeeding ...
In June 2004, the Office of Women’s Health, as part of the US Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS), launched the National Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign (NBAC). The campaign was a result of directed funding to increase the proportion of women who initiate breastfeeding with their first infant and who exclusively breastfeed during the first six months post partum (1). This objective was articulated in Healthy People 2010 as to increase the percentage of women that breastfed in the early postpartum period from 64% (1998 baseline) to 75% by 2010 (2). Additionally, objectives of percentage increases were put forth ... market research, surveys and trends
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AN advertising award honoring results, as well as creativity, has been presented for an unusual series of humorous ads that achieved the ultimate result in politics: They helped a candidate for the United States Senate win election. The New York chapter of the American Marketing Association last night presented its Grand Effie Award, for the most effective advertising of 1990, to the Wellstone for Senate campaign (that’s campaign as in series of ads, not as in stump for office). The chapter is calling the award — previously won by product-selling pitches for Absolut vodka, Quaker oatmeal, Pizza Hut and other consumer ... market research, surveys and trends


IN the sprawling subdivision of the food world where bar and grill restaurants like Applebee's International, Chili's and Ruby Tuesday reside, individuality has never been much in demand. These restaurants have sought to be all things to all people, from a group of softball players munching on cheese fries after a game to a dieter seeking a low-carb salmon-and-broccoli entree. Heightened competition has intensified their efforts to set themselves apart from one another, leading them to increase significantly the money spent to woo customers. And it has even prompted Ruby Tuesday, which has long disdained advertising in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Madison Ave. Sharing Drug Makers ...
Merck and Pfizer spent heavily to market Vioxx, Celebrex and Bextra to consumers. Now, Vioxx has been withdrawn, and further advertising for Celebrex and Bextra is in doubt. Graph tracks direct-to-consumer advertising from 2002 through 2004* for: Merck -- Vioxx Pfizer -- Celebrex, Bextra (*2004 is Jan.-Sept. only) (Source by TNS Media Intelligence/CMR) Media companies are feeling their own pain from the COX-2 debacle. Now that Pfizer has suspended its multimillion-dollar consumer advertising program for its COX-2 inhibitor painkiller, Celebrex, and Merck has taken its similar -- and similarly advertised -- drug, Vioxx, off the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Advertising is next
Condé Nast is a house built on smoke and mirrors — that is, to say, on brand advertising. So it is astonishing to hear its CEO, Chuck Townsend, essentially toss the company’s business model out the window of the Death Star in what The Times frames as “a fundamental overhaul of the advertising-based business model.” This, folks, is surely the real product of the McKinsey studies undertaken at Condé, not a few magazines folded but a new strategy. In a phrase: Advertising is fucked. I’ve said that Rupert Murdoch’s paywall is also essentially his surrender of any hope that ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
There's a Battle Outside and It Is Still Ragin'
THE glittering young blonde in a low-cut gown is sipping champagne in a swank Manhattan restaurant back in the day when things were still swank. She is on a first date with an advertising man as dashing as his name, Don Draper. So you don’t really expect her to break the ice by talking about bad news. “The world is so dark right now,” she says. “One of the boys killed in Mississippi, Andrew Goodman — he’s from here. A girlfriend of mine knew him from summer camp.” Her date is too busy studying her décolletage, so she fills in the dead air. “Is that what it takes to change ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Illustration in Fashion Publications and Retail Store Advertising ...
15 Stephanie Strom, ―The Media Business: Advertising; Barneys Touts Its New. Store on Madison Avenue with an Eye-catching, Artistic Campaign,‖ New York ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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College graduates with related experience, a high level of creativity, and strong communication and computer skills should have the best job opportunities. High earnings, substantial travel, and long hours, including evenings and weekends, are common. Because of the importance and high visibility of their jobs, these managers often are prime candidates for advancement to the highest ranks. Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers coordinate their companies' market research, marketing strategy, sales, advertising, promotion, pricing, product development, and public relations activities. In ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Research Guides - Business Research - Marketing and Advertising
Provides access to data on the 100 Leading National Advertisers plus other summary statistics (e.g. Top Radio Advertisers, etc.) Advertising Principles "attempts to summarize all that is known about how to create an effective advertising campaign." Agency ComPile Search for agencies by name, client, location, billings, industry experience, etc. Gale Directory of Publications and Broadcast Media Ref. AP 2 .A9 Provides basic directory information on media outlets. Media Awareness Network The Canadian media conglomerate provides information on radio, television, film, video, and Internet ...
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Google Answers: What is the truth about "free car" web site offers?
Here is my question. There are lots and lots of web sites on the Internet offering individuals the chance to drive a free car. An example would be: . Much of the text of these web sites is identical. Are these web sites a scam? Do people really get free cars? Are there any reviews on the Internet where someone describes their experience with these services? Doing a search for legitimate information about these web sites only returns these web sites themselves, since they are geared to top search engine placement and selling $30 memeberships. I'm looking for the real scoop. Hello ...
WikiAnswers - Origin of chock full o nuts coffee
"...Chock full o'Nuts, a regional mainstay that calls itself ''New York's coffee'' because it was started in the city in the early 1930's by William Black when he converted his chain of nut shops into stores that sold a sandwich and a cup of coffee for a nickel. Always linked to its city of origin, as evidenced by its checkerboard, black-and-yellow packages evocative of the old Checker cabs..." Archive link to entire article: First answer by Rdgeorge . Last ...