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Seriously, When Did ‘Based On’ Turn Into ‘Based Off Of’?

From our Syn Tax on Bad Grammar desk Well the hardworking staff was blithely perusing the relentless Brian Stelter’s CNN Reliable Sources newsletter let night when we came across this: Really? Based off of? The hardwincing staff has endured this example of American … Continue reading

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The Sneak in Review: The Future of Native Advertising Is . . .

Once around the park, James, and don’t spare the sources! It’s all-native-all-the-time in the ad biz nowadays, with everyone – marketers and news media alike – jumping on the ads-in-sheep’s-clothing bandwagon. Exhibit Umpteen (via MediaPost’s Online Publishing Insider): 2013 will be … Continue reading

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Chipotle Chips Away at Advertising/Entertainment Separation

It’s the latest episode in advertainment. Chipotle Mexican Grill will soon release Farmed and Dangerous,  a “four-part comedy series on the TV-streaming service Hulu that takes a satirical look at industrial-scale farming,” according to a New York Times report.   “Farmed and Dangerous,” billed … Continue reading

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Opening Pandora’s (Political) Box

First it was Hulu offering political candidates a digital platform. Now it’s digital-music service Pandora. Via the Wall Street Journal: Pandora Tells Candidates It Can Help Locate Voters Pandora will unveil Friday a new targeted ad product aimed at political … Continue reading

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Hulubaloo Over Political Ads

One trend that’s emerging during this election cycle is the rise in web video ads and the delay in traditional TV advertising. That’s been most apparent in the GOP presidential primaries, where only Ron Paul (R-89 Seconds) has run extensive … Continue reading

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Hulubaloo Over Online Tracking

The Wall Street Journal, which has been on the issue of computer privacy like Brown on Williamson, has revealed the next level of online tracking: Latest in Web Tracking: Stealthy ‘Supercookies’ Major websites such as MSN.com and Hulu.com have been tracking people’s … Continue reading

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