A few days before Christmas, The Journal News, A Gannett-owned newspaper covering Westchester and Rockland counties in suburban New York City, used public information to publish an interactive online map with the names and addresses of NYC-area handgun permit holders.SEE ALSO: Minnesota law already ... More >>
One day after Jim Graves hit the airwaves with his first TV ad, Michele Bachmann counter-punched with a new ad of her own.SEE ALSO:-- Bachmann and Jim Graves now neck and neck as Michele's favorability tanks-- Controversial Stillwater bridge project approved by U.S. House-- Michele Bachmann is makin ... More >>
After a disappointing holiday season, Target dropped its lead ad agency. Fresh off news that Santa gave Target a lump of goal this Christmas, the company is making changes. Target has dropped Portland-based Wieden and Kennedy, the company's lead advertising agency for the past six years.
Schapiro Group data wasn't questioned by mainstream media
Longtime comedian speaks to City Pages before his Mystic gig
Hormel's funny, polished new ads are totally Super Bowl worthy. And Pepperoni Minis? Maybe not so much.
Betty White got tackled, human dolphins chomped on peanuts and popcorn, and T-Pain got Auto-Tuned in this year's Super Bowl ads. Check out our favorite food-related spots.
We sort through some top food and drink ads from the last decade. Check out our Top 5.
Is it the end of an era? Pepsi opts not to advertise during the Super Bowl.
Join the conversation with T.D. Mischke on today's 'In The Stream' live from 2 p.m.- 3:30
Inquiring minds want to know how far daily newspapers will go to satisfy the demands of major advertisers.
Chalk one up for the First Amendment... and, we suppose, online creepers.
Each posting will now cost $10, a five dollar increase, and be reviewed manually.
Liberal group Americans United for Change is trying to put the pressure on Gov. Tim Pawlenty to certify Al Franken as the winner.
We might not have any actual news in the never-ending fight for Minnesota's U.S. Senate race until next week when Norm Coleman actually files an appeal, but the partisan hacks will continue to milk this over-dramatic issue for all it's worth.
Use Chrome? Google could claim rights to use your work.
Two titans of local Spanish radio duke it out in court
A racy hamburger commercial is too much for the nation's plagiarizing moralists.
Medtronic is spending $100 million to jumpstart lagging defibrillator sales
KSTP refuses ad that criticizes the media for reporting bad news about Iraq
Donna Gimbut, principal owner of Living Out Media Group and Three Dollar Bill, has filed for federal bankruptcy protection. The Minneapolis-based companies published gay and lesbian services directories in at least six cities around the country, as well as Living OUT, a local bi-weekly newspaper.
Three Dollar Bill promised ads in GLBT publications. Then the publisher apparently vanished.
Record profits from political ads have critics crying foul
Political advertising of and for the underground
This year's British Television Advertising Awards promotes a new identity
John Forde's scrappy television show talks back to America's advertisers
Mainstream advertisers start to eye queer dollars
How a Minneapolis consulting trio discovered the "iconogasm," and other tales from the trendspotting business.
What Does Sarah Pettit's Firing Mean for the Nation's Largest Gay Magazine?
Table for Two at the Tower of Babel: In print and radio ads, Leeann Chin's "Yeung Chao" fried rice becomes a more Minnesotan "Young Jewel."
In public citizen Ron Schara, the great outdoors meets the almighty dollar. Guess which wins.