RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Online Advertising

A collection of news and information related to Online Advertising published by this site and its partners.

Top Online Advertising Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Black Friday 2013: 7 things you should definitely be buying

    Black Friday 2013: 7 things you should definitely be buying
    It’s as much a part of Thanksgiving tradition as watching football and skipping the cranberry sauce: that moment when you pull back from the table, turn on the news and laugh at people huddled outside stores under blankets, waiting for Black Friday¬†...
  • Chocolate Candies Poised To Clash On Super Bowl Ad Field

    Amid the tackles, blocks and hits, the Super Bowl may also be the setting for some sweet competition. For the first time in years, two different candy advertisers will take the field when Fox broadcasts Super Bowl XLVIII February 2nd from New Jersey's...
  • 'Alpha House' Ranks as Amazon Video's No. 1 TV Series with Freeview

    Perhaps proving only that you can't beat free, Amazon Studio's first entry into originals, political satire "Alpha House," has ranked as the top TV series on the e-retailer's paid and subscription video services since the second and third episodes debuted...
  • Egg war? California law sparks tensions, threats in farm bill talks

    Egg war? California law sparks tensions, threats in farm bill talks
    WASHINGTON -- California’s egg law has emerged as a contentious issue in congressional negotiations over a farm bill. The Humane Society has funded a $100,000 ad campaign to defeat federal legislation that would prevent California from requiring...
  • RTL Stays on Top of Its Game, Raises Profits in First Half of Year

    On Nov. 25, at a gala ceremony in New York, Anke Schaferkordt, co-CEO of RTL Group and CEO of RTL Germany, will receive the Intl. Emmy Directorate Award from the Intl. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Schaferkordt is grateful for the award, but...
  • Microsoft selling 'Scroogled' merchandise to attack Google

    Microsoft selling 'Scroogled' merchandise to attack Google
    Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Microsoft has added a new section to its online store dedicated solely to merchandise that bashes Google. The Redmond, Wash., tech giant has been going after Google all year with a marketing campaign...
  • Twitter Can Now Target Any Ad to TV Fans

    Twitter has enhanced its ability to let advertisers reach users tweeting about TV, announcing a new tool that serves "promoted tweets" to anyone talking about a specific program. This summer, the social company rolled out a TV ad-targeting product for U....
  • Savvy Shopper advice: Black Friday starts now

    Savvy Shopper advice: Black Friday starts now
    Get your game face on, folks. Contrary to what the calendar may say, Black Friday is not a week from today. It's now. Of course, all of the doorbuster deals and early store openings will take place over Thanksgiving weekend, but you have a shot at...
  • Toy maker pulls Beastie Boys ad, says 'we don't want to fight'

    Toy maker pulls Beastie Boys ad, says 'we don't want to fight'
    Bay Area toy maker GoldieBlox said Wednesday that its intention is to be "friends" with the Beastie Boys and that it meant no harm in creating a parody version of the act's mid-'80s hit "Girls" for an online commercial. The music has been pulled from...
  • Property damage by utilities aggravates customers

    Property damage by utilities aggravates customers
    Brie Daugherty doesn't object to the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. replacing a gas line in her Arbutus neighborhood. It's the flooded basement — courtesy of a sewer line broken by a BGE contractor — that bothers her. "Obviously the...
  • Comcast, Nielsen Unveil Plan To Get More Ad Money From Video On Demand

    More couch potatoes have turned to the TV-watching behavior known as "catch-up viewing." Now, in an effort that could expand the ways advertisers pay for TV, Comcast wants to wring more cash from the process. While using video-on-demand to try a show...