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FTC Rates Children’s Ability to Distinguish Digital Ads from Surrounding Content

On August 23, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it would continue to seek further public comment on how children are increasingly affected by digital advertising and marketing messages “that can blur the line between advertisements and entertainment”. Marketers are increasingly reaching children through digital media, including integrating advertising …

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Russia claims victory in 4 sham referendums on Ukraine, paving way for annexation of dwindling Ukrainian assets

Russia announced on Tuesday evening that four Ukrainian regions it partially controls had voted overwhelmingly to join Russia. These predetermined results have been dismissed by Ukraine and Western nations as illegal sham referendums, thin pretexts for the outright theft of 15% of Ukrainian territory. Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected …

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Home Office spends £90,000 on 3 months of social media adverts to ‘deter’ Channel migrants – but numbers are skyrocketing

The government spent almost £90,000 on three months of social media adverts aimed at deterring Channel crossings, but figures hit new records in the period. Migrants from northern France and Belgium are being targeted by sponsored posts on Facebook and Instagram, which contain messages in multiple languages, including “you could …

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New York mayor plans to build tent city for migrant influx

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced plans to set up large tents as temporary shelter for the influx of relocated migrants the city is struggling to accommodate, The Associated Press reports. The proposed tent city is one of many options city officials are considering to house the approximately …

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Ipswich: A railway pensioner spotted a job offer at Ipswich Star

Published: 4:00 PM September 22, 2022 It all started with a job offer in the Ipswich Star, but for one railway worker it was the start of a 35-year career in the industry. Andrew Murton spotted an advert in the Ipswich Star, when it was the Evening Star, for a …

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Ads for Gordon Ramsay’s gin banned due to honey claims

Ads for celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s gin have been banned for making unauthorized claims about the alcohol ingredient honey. Ramsay’s Gin Instagram and Facebook posts, seen in March, said the honey berries that made up its “botanical foundations” were grown in fields a few miles from the Eden Mill distillery …

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The face of Dior advertising is a Saudi actress

A new ad for Dior’s latest fragrance, Gris Dior, was launched last week and Aseel Omran stars in it. This new fragrance is part of “La Collection Privée” by Dior. Aseel Omran is a Saudi actress who has also partnered with L’Oreal and Bulgari in the past, in addition to …

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Haarlem becomes the first city in the world to ban meat advertisements

Haarlem announced plans to ban all public advertisements of meat products in the city, making it the first city in the world to introduce such a rule. The municipality of Haarlem will ban meat advertisements from 2024 Earlier this month, the municipality confirmed that from 2024 no advertisements for meat …

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Meta woos mobile publishers with incentivized app ads

Facebook owner is launching rewarded interstitial ads, giving publishers a new way to generate revenue. Meta says its solution will improve user experience Meta is expanding its advertising offering with a new skippable incentive advertising category available through its audience network. The new format allows developers to reward players in-game …

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Stock market today: Dow sinks 1,276 points after alarming CPI report

Shares were crushed on Tuesday as the latest inflation update showed consumer prices remained high in August – dashing hopes that price pressures had peaked. Looking at the numbers, the Labor Department said this morning that its Consumer Price Index (CPI), which tracks what consumers pay for goods and services, …

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Russia strikes major power station in Kharkiv, causing massive power outages, after Ukrainian forces rout

“Russian terrorists remain terrorists” 01:28 September 12, 2022 Ukrainian forces “inflicted a major operational defeat on Russia, recapturing almost all of Kharkiv Oblast in a swift counter-offensive” which, in the space of just over a week, pushed Russian troops on the run out of 1,160 square miles of previously occupied …

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Ted Cruz plans to run for president even if Trump runs

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) would not have ruled out the possibility of mounting a presidential campaign in 2024, even if former President Donald Trump decides to run again. He recently campaigned unofficially in New Hampshire, interacting with crowds and posing for photos while headlining a rally for Karoline Leavitt, Republican …

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Governor Bello Signs Outdoor Advertising Regulations and Three Other Bills

Kogi State Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello on Tuesday signed a law providing for the regulation of outdoor structure for displaying signage and advertising bill and three others. The Act also enacted a Bill providing for the establishment of Kogi State Sanitation and Waste Management Board Act 2022, an Act providing …

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Streaming giant Netflix plans to roll out ads in Australia as early as November

Netflix plans to introduce ads to the platform in Australia as early as this year as it tries to revitalize its sagging profits. The global streaming service has struggled to see revenue growth after a million subscribers left the platform in the last quarter, with ads set to appear on …

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Why San Francisco Was Flooded With Ads From Illinois

A look around the Caltrain station is bound to be confusing: you’ve arrived in San Francisco, but the ads only talk about… Illinois? Over the past five months, banners, posters on the walls and pillars shrouded in a blue hue – all branded with the state of Illinois – have …

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NYC sex trafficker lured ‘hundreds’ of victims by placing fake waitress job ads online

According to FBI investigators, “hundreds” of women were allegedly exploited by a New York woman over the past ten years, leading to her arrest and charges of sex trafficking. On August 12, Ysenni Gomez, 39, was taken into custody and charged with trafficking women in the Bronx and neighboring Westchester …

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Warning: RMDs can trigger massive surcharges for health insurance tests

Editor’s note: This is part three of a seven-part series. It dives deeper into how high income from Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) can cost retirees hundreds of thousands of dollars in Medicare supplements. If you missed the introductory article, you might find it useful to start here. No one wants …

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Blackpool’s thrilling draw with Bristol City was ‘great advertisement’ for the Championship according to Nigel Pearson

Read more Read more Blackpool the artists as Theo Corbeanu saves a deserved draw against Br… Theo Corbeanu netted a spectacular last-gasp equalizer to save Blackpool from a deserved draw with Bristol City. The Seasiders appeared to be heading for a home defeat after squandering the lead twice to trail …

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Creepy ads popped up in California communities after Uvalde school tragedy

Major California cities have seen ominous ads telling people not to “migrate to Texas” in response to the Uvalde school tragedy. At the intersection of Folsom and 7th Street in San Francisco, a billboard was visible that FoxPoint Media advertising had rented, while several were visible in Los Angeles. The …

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Sonic Frontiers Story Trailer Officially Confirms November Release

Image: SEGA Update #2 [Tue 23rd Aug, 2022 19:55 BST]: Just in time! Well, maybe a little late after Sega accidentally shared their announcement earlier today. But hey, at least we officially know when Sonic Frontiers will finally be released! Sonic made an appearance at this year’s Gamescom Opening Night …

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Pizza Hut launches actionable audio ad

Say It Now, the adtech voice assistant company, has partnered with Pizza Hut, the pizza restaurant chain with 18,000 restaurants in over 100 countries, and Navigate Digital, the performance marketing agency, to create a new smart speaker ad campaign that allows customers to claim a discount through voice assistant Alexa. …

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Newton Aycliffe’s wife appears in new Tombola TV advert

A County Durham woman is delighted to have been chosen to feature in the new TV advert for Britain’s biggest bingo site. Newton Aycliffe’s Nicola Jones is one of 25 Bingo Tombola players seen in the new advert which is due to appear on screens across the country from Monday. …

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Trump supporters have received more than 100 fundraising emails since the Mar-a-Lago search

Former President Donald Trump’s political action committee has been working overtime since the FBI’s Aug. 8 raid on Mar-a-Lago, bringing in larger contributions from new donors, two people familiar with the matter said. The Washington Post. FBI agents executed a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida residence, as part of …

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90s footballers everywhere 1992 Sky Sports Premier League advert! 🏆

To provide the best experiences, LiveTube uses technologies such as cookies to store and/or access device information. Consent to these technologies will allow us to process data such as browsing behavior or unique identifiers on this site. Failure to consent or withdraw consent may adversely affect certain features and functions. …

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Ads at major sporting events: do they matter?

Meta: Major sporting events around the world are one of the most lucrative opportunities for a company to get its brand noticed by a large audience in such a short time. Find out here why ads are so important at such events. Advertising at major sporting events is extremely important …

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Trump increased his current legal danger by signing a 2018 law on handling classified documents

“If Donald Trump gets arrested by the guy Donald Trump named for breaking a law Donald Trump enacted, I’ll start going to church,” said Media Matters research director Craig Harrington, who doesn’t is obviously not a regular practitioner. tweeted Wednesday. Harrington was referring to Monday’s FBI raid of the former …

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Janice Longone, columnist of American culinary history, has died

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Janice Bluestein Longone, credited with collecting thousands of items chronicling America’s culinary history, including cookbooks, menus, advertisements and newspapers, died at age 89. Longone died on Wednesday, according to Nie Family Funeral Home in Ann Arbor. The cause and place of death have not been …

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3 arrested for luring more than 50 people to fake social media ads

Delhi Police on Wednesday apprehended three suspected fraudsters for deceiving people into offering electronic items or hardware at discounted rates through social media advertisements. North West Delhi Police cyber personnel have solved a case of cheating and registered a case under section 420 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) against …

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ASIC places stop order on PDS and ads

ASIC has issued an interim stop order restraining Fawkner Property Ltd (Fawkner) to issue or transfer interests in Private Property Trust No. 20 (trading as Essential Services Trust No. 20) (the Funds), due to misleading or misleading statements in the Fund’s marketing and communications. Fawkner is the entity responsible for …

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Play Store blocks fullscreen ads and VPN hijacking

Google has new regulations for Play Store developers. Apps cannot bypass Google’s Flag SECURE feature from November 1, 2022 through July 31, 2023. Full-screen ads, VPNs and fake apps will be banned from September 30, 2022. Google has announced new rules for Android developers using the Play Store. Google has …

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Fashion companies Boohoo and Asos face investigations over possible ‘greenwashing’ advertising claims

Britain’s competition regulator will investigate whether fashion brands Asos, Boohoo and George at Asda are misleading shoppers with their environmental claims as it scrutinizes retailers for evidence of ‘greenwashing’. The investigation comes as regulators step up scrutiny of companies that may be overstating their green credentials in a bid to …

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Leave It to Beaver star Tony Dow dies at 77

Actor Tony Dow, best known for playing Wally Cleaver on the classic TV show Leave it to the beaver, died Wednesday of complications from liver cancer, his manager Frank Bilotta announced. He was 77 years old. Dow died at his home in Topanga, Calif., while receiving hospice care. His death …

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Greg Abbott’s anti-abortion stance attacked in powerful satirical ad

A satirical political ad targeting Texas Governor Greg Abbott for his anti-abortion stance has gone viral on social media. Mothers vs. Greg Abbott PAC posted the a d on Twitter Monday, where it has since amassed more than 2 million views. It begins with a nervous couple waiting in a …

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Is a recession looming? Why History Says Don’t Panic

As we all started to emerge from the pandemic in 2021, Americans started spending more after being stuck at home. Holiday shopping was up, jobless numbers were down, and it’s safe to say that many of us were optimistic about our finances heading into 2022. However, things have started to …

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Confused about a Roth because of the 5-year rule? Here’s why you shouldn’t be

Recommend a Roth conversion to certain people, and you might encounter a touch of financial skepticism. “What if I need my money all of a sudden?” they ask. “Won’t I be banned for five years?” The short answer is no, your money will not be banned for five years. However, …

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Where are the stars of classic 80s TV adverts now – Cadbury girl Flake’s shock career move to hunk Levi’s tragic fate

The 1980s were a classic era for commercials, with Man From Del Monte among the most memorable. Earlier this month, it was announced that Brian Jackson, the actor who played the suave fruit buyer in a white suit who picked out only the best, had sadly passed away at the …

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Meet the young entrepreneurs opening Newcastle’s biggest film studio shooting music videos on Quayside

A group of young entrepreneurs are preparing to open a huge film and photography studio in Newcastle city centre. The four friends, who operate their businesses as Caviar Studios and Social Syrup, film music videos for up-and-coming artists and advertising content for major Northeast brands. Now the ambitious team have …

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Biden promises ‘strong executive action’ after Manchin blows up climate deal

President Biden said Friday he would take “strong executive action” to “address the climate crisis and strengthen our domestic clean energy industry.” The statement came a day after Sen. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) pulled out of a climate deal that had been in the works for more than a year and …

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Nigeria’s Internet Ad Revenue to Hit $133 Million by 2023

Total internet advertising revenue in Nigeria is expected to increase from $73 million in 2018 to $133 million in 2023. Internet advertising, also known as online marketing or online advertising or web advertising, is a form marketing and advertising company that uses the Internet to deliver promotional marketing messages to …

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SofiaDate ads offering the chance to meet “lonely” Ukrainian women are banned

Dating ads offering the chance to meet ‘lonely’ Ukrainian women are banned because the watchdog says they ‘highlight vulnerability and link it to sexual attractiveness’ Ads to meet ‘lonely’ Ukrainian women have been banned by the advertising authority SofiaDate launched ads as a scheme to get the public to host …

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JPMorgan Chase kicks off second-quarter earnings season

The second quarter earnings season kicks off this week with several large financial companies, including JPMorgan Chase (JPM, $114.67) – ready to fetch. Other notable names on the revenue calendar include the airline Delta Airlines (DAL, $29.94) and insurance giant UnitedHealth Group (UNH, $524.45). “For the second quarter of 2022, …

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Natalie Cummins, CEO of Zenith: Moving Forward, Flexible | Advertising

BProperly colored prints cover the walls of a boardroom at Zenith UK’s London headquarters, left behind by preparation for the previous week’s pitch, which saw the news agency go head-to-head against two rivals to win the market of a fast food customer. Now the wait is long, laughs its managing …

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Stock market today: S&P jumps for a fourth consecutive gain

The S&P500 matched its longest winning streak of the year on Thursday as data continued to suggest the Federal Reserve could soon get some respite. The Department of Labor reported that 234,000 Americans applied for unemployment benefits in the week ending July 2, up 4,000 from the previous week, and …

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KLM airline accused of greenwashing adverts that encourage ‘responsible’ flights in the Netherlands

Environmental groups are suing the Dutch subsidiary of Air France KLM over an advertising campaign they say violates EU consumer law by misleading the public about how sustainable its flights are. Dutch activists Fossielvrij NL, backed by environmental law charity ClientEarth and Reclame Fossielvrij, filed the first lawsuit alleging greenwashing …

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Shetland and Orkney have left out the British government’s advertising campaign

The British government was trained in geography after failing to include Orkney and Shetland in an international advertising campaign. Northern Isles MP Alistair Carmichael wrote to Cabinet Office minister Steve Barclay to bring the ‘insulting’ exclusion to his attention. The adverts, seen at various locations including international airports, exclude Orkney …

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Stop requiring a degree in job ads, says Nadhim Zahawi | Politics | New

He will urge companies to rethink the way they advertise vacancies and warn they risk turning away skilled workers with other qualifications. In a speech focused on education and skills, Mr Zahawi is expected to ask companies to think twice before declaring that a position is only suitable for graduates. …

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DfE tells universities adverts must be honest with prospective students about graduate outcomes – FE News

Universities are receiving new advertising guidelines to end misleading claims that lure prospective students into dead-end courses. The plans aim to give students real choice about where to study and will clearly identify courses with high dropout rates and poor graduate outcomes. DfE advises that Announcements to give prospective students …

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Howard Stern says he ‘will probably have to run for president’ after Roe decision

The reversal by the Supreme Court of Roe vs. Wade Howard Stern looks at an offer from the White House. The shock athlete revealed on his radio show this week that he is considering running for president, largely so he can pack the Supreme Court after the constitutional right to …

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2022-2029 Mobile Ads Services Market Overview | Key Players – Google, EvaDav, Facebook, Vungle, Unity Ads, ironSource, MoPub, AppLovin, AT&T (AppNexus), AdColony, InMobi – Indian Defense News

The Mobile Ad Delivery The market is globally one of the leading markets involving the development of innovative techniques and an extremely categorized industry. After a thorough investigation conducted on the Mobile Advertising Services market industries, the market report provides detailed information, based on the export and import related …

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Comfort in retirement: how to avoid running out of money

We are all living longer these days and these life expectancy figures are only going to increase. Since people live for three or four decades in retirement, it’s essential that you have enough money to enjoy all of your retirement days. What do you do if you run out of …

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Britney’s candy ad to Khloe Kardashian

What do Britney Spears, Kerry Katona and Katy Perry have in common? They are all stars of crusty celebrity food commercials. When a fantastic opportunity arises, just grab it. These five celebrities have taken full advantage of making money from brand endorsements. Looking back, the ads are a little weird; …

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Reps summon heads of NAFDAC, FCCPC over ‘ineffective’ toiletries’

The House of Representatives has summoned NAFDAC Director General Mojisola Adeyeye and Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Executive Vice President Babatunde Irukera. Officials must appear before the House Commerce Committee to justify the presence of harpic and hypo, and other non-effective cleaning disinfectants on the market or otherwise. This …

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Britain outlines plans to better regulate ‘buy now, pay later’ companies

Signage of Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulator is seen at its headquarters in London, Britain March 10, 2022. REUTERS/Toby Melville Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) – Britain plans to ensure “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) companies carry out accessibility checks, gain …

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‘provide proper bus information before allowing announcements’ | News from Trichy

Trichy: Members of the public have questioned the purpose of placing advertisements on thoroughfares and bus stops in a manner that compromises public safety. Commuters have urged the local body to prioritize providing public transport information at bus stops rather than settling for low revenue from advertisements.“Most bus stops do …

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Marriage: when would you prefer not to?

Since the legalization of gay marriage in 2015, same-sex couples have the same rights as their opposite-sex counterparts when it comes to linking their financial lives. All couples can now take advantage of tax benefits for married partners, easily pass property from one spouse to the other, and receive spousal …

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Biden slams ‘lies’ about ‘reckless spending’ in speech to AFL-CIO

President Biden waved his pro-union in good faith and denounced Republican criticism of his spending policy during a speech on Tuesday to the quadrennial convention of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations in Philadelphia. According to its website, the AFL-CIO is a federation of 57 unions …

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A modest bipartisan gun package in the Senate appears to have enough GOP support to pass

A group of 10 Republican and 10 Democratic senators approved a package of gun laws on Sunday, suggesting that once the framework agreement is codified into law, it will have enough Republican support to overcome a likely filibuster of the GOP. The modest change package stems from bipartisan talks that …

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By focusing on children, the government limits misleading advertising; prohibits alternative advertisements

An advertisement for junk food, including crisps, soft drinks and other snacks and beverages must not be advertised during a children’s program or on a channel intended exclusively for children, according to new guidelines notified by the Center to Combat misleading advertisements. The Misleading Advertising Prevention and Misleading Advertising Approvals …

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‘Osinbajo 875, Tinubu 571’ – how an unknown research body missed the APC primary

On Monday, Nigerians woke up to advertisements in the Daily Trust and THISDAY, among other newspapers, announcing that Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was set to win the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential ticket with 857 delegate votes. A previously unknown organization called the Democratic Research Initiative (DRI) said it surveyed …

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Shot issues official apology for objectionable Deo ads after center’s letter to YouTube and Twitter

The Deo Layer’r Shot brand has officially issued an apology after facing massive backlash on all fronts over its highly offensive and objectionable advertisements that allegedly encouraged rape. Right after two advertisements for the product went live, the brand began to come under fire for using such problematic content to …

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Let’s use the crypto craze as a springboard to better financial literacy

From Super Bowl ads to major city mayors accepting crypto payments, it’s become impossible to ignore the rise of cryptocurrencies, digital assets hailed by some as the future of finance. According to a recent NBC News poll, one in five Americans have traded, invested, or used cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies, decentralized financial …

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Stacey Solomon recreates Diet Coke commercial as she passes out in front of a guy at the pool

Mum-of-four Stacey Solomon has been regularly documenting renovations to her stunning £1.2million Pickle Cottage – the venue of her wedding to Joe Swash this summer – since moving into her Essex home in March 2021 Stacey Solomon jokingly recreated the Diet Coke ad with her pool guy ( Photo: Instagram) …

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Star Wars Defends Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Moses Ingram Against Racist Attacks

The star wars franchise calls racist hatred against another of its prospects. The official star wars Twitter account Tuesday voiced his support for Moses Ingram, who plays Jedi hunter Reva Sevander in the new Disney+ show Obi Wan Kenobi. “If anyone intends to make her feel unwelcome in any way, …

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UBA among the best in marketing and ad spend in 2021

Kennedy Uzoka May 29 (THEWILL) – African global bank, United Bank for Africa Plc, was among the top depository banks (DMBs) in marketing and advertising spend, according to data from the 2021 annual reports of listed financial services companies. on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NGX). The benefits of the large …

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Weeds don’t grow here: No marijuana ads on billboards at Allegiant Stadium; Nevada’s cannabis regulations could be the reason

By Alan Snel of LVSportsBiz.com Las Vegas’ Lamar Advertising has been advised not to advertise cannabis products on digital billboards at Allegiant Stadium, LVSportsBiz.com has learned. Lamar Advertising, which says on its website that it operates nine billboards around the perimeter of the stadium and along “highways to and from …

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Former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar sentenced to 12 years in prison for child pornography

Former reality TV star Josh Duggar has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison after being found guilty of child pornography. A judge on Wednesday sentenced Duggar, who starred on the TLC series 19 children and counting, to 12.5 years in prison. His lawyers have requested a five-year …

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Meta will reveal how political ads work on Facebook

Meta took to its website to announce that it will bring more transparency to ads on social, electoral and political issues. In a new update posted on its website, Meta states that it will soon share data on the aforementioned categories of advertisements and how these advertisements are targeted to …

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Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency, EFCC, arrests advertising executive for ‘offensive campaign ads’ with its logo in Enugu

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested an outdoor advertising executive for political advertisements that appeared on two billboards in Enugu bearing the name and logo of the Commission. Following credible intelligence received by members of the commission’s Enugu command, it arrested a Baron Nnamdi, the designer, printer …

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This Taco Bell Mexican Pizza Ad Has a Random Kingdom Hearts Reference

A Taco Bell commercial for the return of its Mexican pizza makes a random reference to Kingdom Hearts. Recently, there has been a slight increase in references to Kingdom Hearts in several forms of media. Surprisingly, most of them come from Disney itself, which didn’t happen very often until 2022. …

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Giving your ads the royal treatment

As the bunting begins to appear across the country, the British public is looking forward to celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (or at the very least a four-day weekend). So it’s inevitable that brands will think about Jubilee-themed advertising and we can expect creative monarch-based ads in the coming days. …

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US Updates Foreign Terrorism Blacklist, Removes 5 Extremist Groups

The US State Department plans to remove five extremist groups from its list of foreign terrorist organizations, NPR reported on Monday. The groups were once considered serious threats after killing “hundreds, if not thousands” of people in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, but are now “all considered missing”, writes …

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Delaying ban on junk food ads erodes obesity strategy, says Jamie Oliver

The Government’s decision to delay a ban on two-for-one deals on unhealthy and fattening foods has been criticized by health campaigners including Jamie Oliver, who have called it a ‘wasted opportunity’ which undermines the efforts of the countries to fight obesity. The celebrity chef said a ban on TV junk …

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Cristiano Ronaldo teams up with lookalikes to film Nike advert as Manchester United star returns from vacation

Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo – and two lookalikes – were pictured on a Cheshire pitch on Thursday afternoon. Ronaldo left Manchester on holiday this week but has now returned from that trip and was pictured arriving to film an advert for sportswear giant and CR7 sponsor Nike. The 37-year-old was …

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Effective anti-vaping ads can have the biggest impact on teens

Effective anti-vaping ads aimed at teens have the greatest impact when they emphasize the negative consequences and harms of vaping e-cigarettes, use negative imagery, and avoid memes, hashtags, and other communication styles. “adolescent-centric,” according to a first-of-its-kind study by researchers at UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. Researchers have also found …

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With newspaper ads, Western multinationals congratulate Hong Kong’s new leader, John Lee

The “big four” accountancy firms, KPMG, Deloitte, EY and PwC, were among the Western multinationals running the announcements, as were urban carrier Cathay Pacific and conglomerates Swire and Jardine Matheson. John Lee celebrates after declaring his victory in the Hong Kong Chief Executive election in Hong Kong. PA Hong Kong, …

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Federal judge dismisses Trump lawsuit against Twitter

U.S. District Court Judge James Donato on Friday dismissed former President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against Twitter, though Trump’s lawyers have the option of filing an amended lawsuit by May 27. fox business reported. Trump sued Twitter for banning him from the platform after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and sought …

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FDA restricts Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine due to blood clot risk

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday limited the number of people who can receive the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, citing concerns about a rare and serious blood clotting disease. The vaccine has emergency use authorization, for adults 18 and older, and the FDA said in a statement that …

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Former DHS Chief Chad Wolf Delayed and Changed Intelligence Report on Russian Interference in 2020 Election, According to IG

Former Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf inappropriately interfered with a 2020 intelligence assessment that Russia was trying to interfere in the 2020 election, delaying and making changes to the report that ” appear to be based in part on political considerations,” according to a report by the department’s inspector …

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Ukraine says it destroyed Russian command center in Izyum, killing 200 but narrowly missing Russia’s top general

Ukrainian officials said an attack on a key Russian command center in the eastern town of Izyum on Saturday night killed around 200 Russian soldiers, including Major General Andrei Simonov, but narrowly missed the head of state. -major of the Russian army, Gen Valery Gerasimov, who had just completed a …

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