• News Publishers, Gator Settle Suit (IAR)
    Terms of the settlement are not disclosed, but the parties agree to end their battle over Gator's pop-up ads.
  • Dell Ad's Steven Arrested in NY for Marijuana (Reuters)
    Actor Benjamin Curtis, the well-known Dell Computer Corp. pitchman "Steven" who says on television, "Dude, yer gettin' a Dell," was arrested for possessing marijuana in New York, officials said on Monday.
  • New Glossies Unveiled at NY's Fashion Week (Reuters)
    Four glossy publications aimed at fashion industry insiders will debut this week on the coattails of New York's Fashion Week -- one of the latest signs that ad spending is regaining strength and that the drought of new magazine titles may be over.
  • FTC to Host Spam Forum (IAR)
    Agency plans to address proliferation of unsolicited commercial e-mail and current and proposed junk e-mail legislation.
  • NBA Rookie Yao Ming, Apple of Advertisers' Eyes (Reuters)
    It's hard to get much bigger when you're already 7 feet 5 inches tall, but rookie basketball star Yao Ming is on the verge of joining the select ranks of globally recognizable celebrity endorsers.
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