Topic / Advertising

New Microsoft Ad #2 – It gets even weirder

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After Stewart posting the first Microsoft ad featuring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld – there happens to be another one, launched today. This new one features them connecting with “real people”, to show that Microsoft has connected with over a billion people. Video is below:

Google, NBC Uni partner up to sell TV ads on cable channels

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NBC Universal has partnered up with Google on a mult-year partnerhsip that will see Google selling advertising space on some of its cable properties. The deal, set to come in effect in the coming months, will cover advertising for Sci Fi, Oxygen, MSNBC, CNBC, Sleuth and Chiller – with more channels may be added in the future. This new deal is set to use the existing deal with the DISH […]

DoJ probes Google/Yahoo ad partnership

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The US Department of Justice has hired its old anti-trust boss Sandy Litvack to head up its probe into Google’s advertising practises. Litvack served as the head of the antitrust division under President Jimmy Carter before leaving in early 1981; he is now working as a partner at a private law firm. It is unknown if the probe will investigate anything beyond Google’s advertising partnership with Yahoo, as it is […]

DoJ to investigate partnership between Google and Yahoo

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The Department of Justice in the US is now opening a formal investigation into the partnership between Google and Yahoo, the first and second place leaders in search. The investigation comes after the DoJ is fearing that it would reduce competition in the online advertising market. It is currently preparing demands for information from executives at both companies and rival advertising firms. There was initially a two-week test run, but […]

CNET Networks and Yahoo in new partnership

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While both CNET Networks and Yahoo are facing threats on their companies, both companies have announced a partnership which will provide content to Yahoo sites and will cross-sell advertising. The new venture will bring about $100 million in revenue for the next three years for CNET Networks, who publishes CNET, GameSpot, TV.com and many other properties in the US and internationally. It is set to launch in the third quarter. […]

Get A Mac, but cheaper…

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Searching Apple’s Store today and I found a way to get Apple’s iPods and Macs cheaper. Though they are the old versions, the Macs are still good. Like this MacBook 13.3 inch that’s Black with it’s latest product… Refurbished MacBook Black Today’s MacBook Black There is not much difference, just the hard drive and the processor speeds; but the refurbished one still looks good. The Price for the refurbished one […]

ABC Advertising causes frenzy

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The ABC [Australian Broadcasting Corporation] has stirred up the Friends of the ABC, as they have condemned a plan to advertise online. The ABC currently cannot advertise in Television or Radio; put a loophole has emerged under the law as Internet advertising had not existed. The plans included advertising in external sites, like their Countdown site. This plan was in response in a lack of Government funding. SBS, the other […]


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