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Q. I bought an air cooler in a home shopping program for € 49.90. On television, this product has been advertised as being very effective in cooling the area around it. However, when I went to get it, the salesperson told me that I had to be careful how I …

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Pet Food ‘Champion’: Seventh Circuit Confirms Rejection of False Advertising Lawsuit Against Pet Food Company | Proskauer – Advertising law

We recently blogged about Champion Petfoods’ success in a Minnesota court case alleging it misrepresented the quality of its dog food and ingredients. Well, Champion Petfoods has returned to defend his title in another case involving almost identical allegations, this time in the Seventh Circuit. The Seventh Circuit recently upheld …

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Rounds introduces meat labeling law to fight false advertising

New Rounds introduces meat labeling law to fight false advertising August 6, 2021 By Meghan Grebner Filed Under: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Policy, Agricultural Regulation, Agrotourism, Animal Agriculture, Beef, Cattle, Economy, Food, Forest Products, Cattle, Cattle, Meat Processing Plants, News, South Dakota, USDA A bipartisan group of senators, led by Mike …

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AMC Networks US ad revenue jumps 13% – The Hollywood Reporter

AMC Networks said on Friday that its advertising revenue in the United States increased in the second quarter and said it has seen continued growth in the number of streaming subscribers. Domestic advertising revenue rose 13% to $ 212 million “due to higher prices and ad-supported streaming growth, partially offset …

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Fox Corp. Closes the year on a good note, exceeding the fourth quarter estimates on the advertising rebound – Deadline

Fox Corp. closed its fiscal year with a strong fourth quarter performance, beating Wall Street’s revenue and profit guidance. The TV and streaming company has thrived on a rebound in advertising from the depths of Covid-19 a year ago. Total revenue climbed 20% to $ 2.89 billion and earnings per …

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Discovery Beats Wall Street’s Second Quarter Estimates on Advertising Rebound; Streaming Business reaches 18 million subscribers – deadline

Advertising rebounded strongly in the second quarter, allowing Discovery Communications to easily beat Wall Street estimates. Total revenue increased 21% from the previous year quarter to $ 3.06 billion, with earnings per share reaching $ 1.01. Analysts were forecasting sales of $ 2.97 billion and earnings of 85 cents. Advertising …

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Canadian Businesses Stick to Tokyo Olympics Advertising Plans Amid COVID-19 Concerns

Canadian companies are sticking to their plans to promote their brands on coverage of the Tokyo Olympics despite growing fears that it will become a mainstream event. Lintao Zhang / Getty Images Masked athletes, empty sites, no fans: An Olympics like no other has kicked off in Tokyo, but for …

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Nielsen publishes its best advertising report for the first half of 2021

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail The latest data published by Nielsen Ad Intel explores investing in key media in Australia in the first six months of 2021. Over the past year, advertisers have shifted their budgets and tailored their messages to accommodate the change in consumer behavior due to …

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Publicity for utility merger proposal costs over $ 1 million »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. SANTA FE – Public Service Company of New Mexico invested more than $ 1 million in advertising from March through June to sell its proposed Avangrid merger to the …

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Reed Smith Adds Data Privacy, Chicago Advertising Pro

Reed Smith LLP office in Manhattan, New York. REUTERS / Andrew Kelly Robert Newman co-led the data privacy teams at Loeb & Loeb and Winston & Strawn Focus on consumer brands facing privacy and marketing issues The names of companies and law firms shown above are generated automatically based on …

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