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Topic: Magazines

Ebony's Cracked Huxtables Cover Ignites a Mix of Praise and Outcry

Magazine examines Cosby allegations' impact on show's legacy

It's a testament to the power of Ebony's latest cover, posted yesterday, that its design has simultaneously sparked fierce outrage and wild applause. The magazine's November issue highlights black families,…

Brazilian Neutrogena Ad Lets You Wipe the Lipstick Right Off This Actress’s Face

Hands-on way to sell makeup removal product

Here's a nifty way to get the average magazine peruser to put a product sample to good use. Neutrogena and agency DM9DDB worked with Brazilian weekly Caras to create a special…

Spanish Soccer Magazine's Ludicrous Loop Ads Put Dancing in Terms Men Can Understand

What's your excuse?

Good news, soccer-obssesed dudes—it turns out if you can kick the ball, you can dance too, at least, as long as you also have a little help from a film…

The Media Honors Writing About Itself at The Mirror Awards

And Alterman has a near-altercation

     On Tuesday, The Plaza Hotel in New York played host to the fifth annual Mirror Awards, a well-catered lunch ceremony—white wine and salmon salad—put on by Syracuse University’s…

Update: The Mirror Award Winners

The winners of this year's Mirror Awards, honoring those that cover the media beat, were announced today at The Plaza in New York. In addition to the winners (in bold…

The Mirror Awards Finalists

The Mirror Awards, an annual ceremony honoring the reporters and editors “who hold a mirror to their own industry for the public’s benefit,” are today, and Adweek will be there,…

Swedish retailer drawing penises on its ads

When putting up outdoor ads, it's customary to install clean versions— and cede to the masses the furtive enjoyment of doodling penises all over them. DDB Stockholm alters the process…

Nissan Juke: better than a swimsuit model?

TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles, OMD, Nissan and Sports Illustrated have joined forces for "Model Search," in which eight swimsuit models are competing for a spot in the next SI swimsuit issue.…

'Wired' cyberstalking its British subscribers

As magazines strive to avoid imminent death by reinventing themselves, they've been enlivening the physical experience with everything from flavor strips in Rolling Stone to little panels of digital ink…

7 billion served in National Geographic spot

The human population of Earth will reach 7 billion in 2011. To mark the occasion, National Geographic magazine is set to publish a seven-part, year-long series on global population. Here's…

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