Category Archives: advertising

POLITICAL NEWS: Part 2 of 3

Lipstick on a pig? A toad?  (My last blog, Stuck on the Tar Baby, takes a look at what it means in the worlds of journalism and public-relations to frame $2 billion in “free” press coverage in today’s presidential campaign. … Continue reading

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Advertising’s Ubiquity

The word of the day in our propaganda class is ubiquity. Advertising, we learned, is ubiquitous. Borrowed from the Latin, by way of the French, ubique refers to “everywhere.” Students understand advertising completely, offering examples from the logos on football … Continue reading

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Clooney’ s cash cow

Still: it’s about the money Amsterdam still has the feel of a sweet, old city. Nice, when you consider the commercial ubiquity of traveling to foreign lands. If you travel to Rome you can chomp chicken at KFC and if … Continue reading

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