• Traditional: Tools and Resources
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  • Media Soapbox
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  • Magazines: From Mayday to Payday
    How a few crucial fixes can make for stronger magazines and, in turn, easier picks for print buyers.
  • Celebratingthe New Year with Horizon Media
    No longer the small, independent media buying firm, 2002 proved it could compete against anyone.
  • Traditional: Reports From the Media Frontiers
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  • Media for the New World
    When Good Celebrities Go Bad
  • Can Advertisers Still Score With Super Bowl Ads?
    Two-thirds of America will be watching the premiere TV event of the year — should your ad be there?
  • Behind the Numbers: Digital Marketing Insight
    Online reach and frequency — important, yet still so complicated.
  • Traditional: Tools and Resources
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  • Today's Advertising Research. Click Here Please.
    The Internet is finally finding widespread use among advertisers, not as an ad medium — yet — but as a market research tool.
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