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Advertising & Society Review (09/23/14)
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Honoring Sept. 11, With Care (09/07/11)
For years, Madison Avenue steered clear of events that marked the anniversary of 9/11, anxious that any participation could be perceived as exploitive.
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I am an American (2001 - Present) (01/12/04)

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How the advertising world turned on September 11 (09/16/02)

On Sept. 11, the main Web page for Yahoo! Inc. went black and white. Rather than its usual colourful cartoonishness, there were somber greys, a simple plaque in the middle of the page d...
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Big Advertisers Pass on Sept. 11 (09/10/02)
Advertising will be sparser than usual in media outlets from television and radio to magazines and newspapers.
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Many Marketers Will Forgo Ads During Sept. 11 (08/28/02)
Most marketers, agencies and media companies are deciding that they would rather go adless or limit their advertising.
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Mike hits Dem 9/11 ad plans (08/16/02)
Mayor Bloomberg wants Democrats to keep politics separate from the solemn anniversary....
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Ad Execs Launch Sept. 11 Effort to Boost Volunteerism (08/09/02)

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51% Want No Ads On Sept. 11 Anniversary (08/06/02)
Advertisers, wary of consumer backlash, are approaching the day with trepidation, while media sellers anticipate a major slowdown.
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Madison Ave. Opts to Entertain Super Bowl's TV Fans (02/05/02)
Most of the spots that aired during Super Bowl XXXVI were entertaining or enjoyable, generally striking the right tone, a difficult task given the uncertain national mood.
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Super Bowl 2002 Ads Avoid Violence, Patriotism (01/22/02)
Producers aim for humor with this year's Super Bowl commercials....
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Funny Ads Make Comeback (01/10/02)
Advertising: Companies that turned serious after Sept. 11 are having fun again as they gear up for the Super Bowl and the Olympics, but not without discretion.
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Should American Values Be Marketed To Muslim Nations? (12/19/01)
Experts Cite Pitfalls Posed by Complexities of Islamic Cultures

When Charlotte Beers was sworn in as undersecretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs in October, the adv...
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Marie Putorti, Vice President, Associate Research Director, BBDO/NY (12/12/01)
Transcript of discussion about Trends in the Marketplace....
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Madison Ave. Grapples With Post-Sept. 11 Era (12/11/01)
Madison Avenue continues struggling to determine the right tone, approach and content for post-attack campaigns.
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Ad forecasters see bright spots but slow recovery (12/04/01)

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Ad industry looks to a slow recession ascent (12/04/01)

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Post-Sept. 11 Tourism Ads Are Getting a Midcourse Correction (11/30/01)
Tourism advertisers are now trying to lure consumers who, while still nervous, are showing a greater inclination to travel.
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Survey Offers Insights on College Students' Mood Since Sept. 11 (11/27/01)
Shopping plans of young Americans haven't changed, but their cynicism towards advertising has increased.
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