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Advertising & Society Review (09/23/14)
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Caught Up in Voting, Ads Ask Consumers to Cast a Ballot (10/23/12)
Madison Avenue loves to capitalize on the interest in Election Day by bedecking ads in red, white and blue.
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Ready, Aim, Backfire: Nasty Political Ads Fall Flat (10/21/08)
Rule No. 1 of negative campaigning is that it must be about an issue that already worries voters. ...
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Sharpton Dances And Madison Ave. Raids Campaigns (01/13/06)
Leading ad agencies have never taken up politics as a business or reached beyond the occasional Presidential campaign.
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Campaigns Spending Little on Web Ads (10/07/04)
A new survey of online advertising by President Bush's and Democratic challenger John F. Kerry's campaigns found that both candidates have spent relatively little on relatively benign ads.
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The Branding of the Presidency (09/08/04)
The new prevalence of brand names and themes is indicative of the growing role played by commercial culture in American society, even in the once-sacrosanct realm of politics, marketing and corporate i...
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Advertisers Join the ’04 Campaign (09/07/04)
Advertising that tries to ride the coattails of interest in politics is always popular in election years, particularly when the presidency is at stake.
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Internet Advertising Gains Importance For 2004 Election (08/03/04)
Television is still the megaphone of choice for political candidates and advocacy groups, which together have spent more than $500 million on TV ads this year.
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Candidates' Ad Campaigns Follow Divergent Paths (07/23/04)
Both are turning their attention to women and older voters, analysis shows....
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Campaign Ads Are Under Fire for Inaccuracy (05/28/04)
A record year for political advertising has brought with it a hail of televised exaggerations, omissions and mischaracterizations that pollsters say seem to be leaving voters with mistaken impressions....
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Political Ads Popping Up on Web Sites (05/17/04)
Campaigns have started to see the Internet as a more potent tool as they seek different ways to get their messages out.
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Marketers Pitch to Young Voters (03/25/04)
Marketers are exploring ways to capitalize on one of the few occasions that have remained relatively uncommercialized: election season.
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Estimated Political Web Ad Expenditures Reveal That Money Is Still Miniscule (02/25/04)
Political ad spending in the current cycle is expected to cross the $1 billion mark by the November elections.
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Fight the Propaganda (02/20/04)
As an industry, we are very good at what we do. We are professionals, we work hard, and we care deeply. We help clients establish their identities and make a profit. We help fuel the economy. This...
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Internet Ripe for Political Advertising (09/11/03)
The Internet offers myriad opportunities for political candidates, including fundraising from supporters and advertising for new voters.
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Political Ad Spending Set To Pass 1998 Levels (07/03/03)
In a sign that points to what many expect to be a record-breaking 2004, off-year political advertising will be strong this year.
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Spending on TV political ads nears all-time high (10/18/02)
The heavy spending defies the conventional wisdom that election years without a race for the White House are less expensive.
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TV's Tight Grip on Campaigns Is Weakening (09/09/02)
New forms of media, like the Internet and cable television, has forced commercial advertisers, including politicians, to find new ways to reach consumers.
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