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Ad-Free Issue of September Vogue Is an Engineering Marvel, but It Will Cost You

Fashionably fuzzy math

For anyone who avoided picking up this year's September issue of Vogue because it would cause back trouble to carry around, here's another option—an ad-free version is for sale on…

Buy the Guardian and Observer, or Your Weekend Will Be a Complete Disaster

BBH ads get more blunt

BBH London expands its "We Own the Weekend" campaign for the Guardian and Observer's Saturday and Sunday newspapers with a pair of dark-humored spots that focus on the "Tech Monthly"…

Racy Ad Claims Newspaper's New Website Is Better Than Sex (NSFW?)

Spot draws fire from women's groups

Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz has ruffled some bedspreads with this truly odd (and probably NSFW, though it's not really explicit) commercial positioning its new website as way more exciting than boring…

AP Invests In Company Specializing In User-Generated Video Content

News agency uses UGC for major stories on a daily basis

The Associated Press is deepening its commitment to surfacing user generated content (UGC) with a six-figure investment in Bambuser, a Stockholm-based company that enables people around to the world to…

Meet the Press Strikes Second-Screen Sponsorship With Shell on Zeebox

App will offer exclusive content

This summer, Meet the Press viewers using the second-screen app Zeebox will be presented with exclusive content sponsored by Shell, including photos from the Sunday talk show and surveys centered…

Solar Panel Inside Nivea Print Ad Generates Power to Charge Your Cellphone

Draftfcb basks in the sun

A print ad that uses solar power to charge cellphones? At long last, mankind's prayers have been answered! Giovanni + Draftfcb in São Paulo, Brazil, developed the ad, which includes…

Dove Magazine Ad Uses Carbon Paper to Show How Abusive Words Don't Fade

Building children's self-esteem

The Dove Self Esteem Project and agency Torke+CC in Lisbon, Portugal, placed an ad (and a pen) in a parenting magazine and asked adults to write down the worst thing…

Microsoft Ad Turns Forbes Print Magazines Into T-Mobile WiFi Hotspots

2-3 hours of free connectivity

Microsoft stuffed a functional WiFi router into a limited number of the most recent issue of Forbes, perhaps inspired by Entertainment Weekly's use of tiny LCD screens in one of…

Incredible Cover of Boston Magazine Made of Shoes Worn in the Marathon

Another great design born of tragedy

The stunning May cover of Boston magazine features a photo of shoes worn in this year's Boston Marathon, arranged in a heart shape. "We will finish the race," says the…

The New York Times Defends Putting Ad With Bloodied Man Next to Bombing Coverage

Too soon?

The New York Times took some heat from readers on Monday for allowing an online ad showing a bloodied man lying on the ground to appear next to coverage of…

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