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Topic: Travel

Ad of the Day: How One Travel Agency Fell in Love With a Giant Beached Sausage

Hey, it could happen

If you want to see a contender for the year's most bizarre ad, here's one about a bunch of people stroking a giant sausage on a beach. McCann Mexico created the…

Lonely Planet Will Launch Its First U.S. Magazine as Interest in International Travel Grows

New publication hits newsstands this fall

This fall, travel guide publisher Lonely Planet will become the latest entrant in the travel magazine space with the U.S. launch of Lonely Planet Magazine. Edited by Lauren Finney, who…

Ad of the Day: Sex Is Everywhere You Look in Lusty British Travel Spot

One smutty visual joke after another

Adam&eveDDB goes the unsubtle stock-footage route in this Valentine's Day ad for travel site LastMinute.com, cramming scads of naughty visual metaphors into one fast-moving montage dubbed "Sexy Delights of Europe." Our,…

Q&A: Under New EIC Joyce Chang, Self Magazine Mixes Fitness With Fashion

Relaunch targets the SoulCycle-Instagram generation

Specs Who Joyce Chang New gig Editor in chief, Self Old gig Executive editor, Cosmopolitan Age 38 You've increased the amount of fashion editorial in Self, and especially high-end fashion. Are you concerned about the…

Emirates Is the World's Most Glamorous Airline

The American-bound carrier has rivals feeling turbulence

By now, we’ve all seen the ads and read the glowing magazine profiles about the world’s most luxurious airline, Dubai-based Emirates: the flat beds in private quarters, the lobster and…

Marriott Launches Global Creative and Content Marketing Studio

Aims to be the go-to brand publisher for travel entertainment

Following the trend of marketers becoming publishers, Marriott International is launching a global creative and content marketing studio to handle internal work for its portfolio of 18 travel-related brands. "We view…

Ad of the Day: Shatner Croons 'Bohemian Rhapsody' in Spellbinding British Travel Ad

Teddy bear tale from the director of 'Meet the Superhumans'

When William Shatner released his first album, The Transformed Man, in 1968, he practically invented the genre of overly dramatic lyrical recitations to music. Of course, it wasn't well received,…

Is the Airbus A380 This Generation's Concorde?

The big plane that's a big flop

When Airbus loaded one of its super-jumbo A380s with Wall Street analysts and flew it over New York two weeks ago, it was only the latest piece of evidence that…

Red Roof Inn Discovers Electrical Outlets Are the Most Popular Hotel Room Amenity

Flat-screen TVs? Meh

It’s no easy thing for a budget hotel chain to refashion itself as a cool place to crash—especially not when the oldest properties date back to 1972. But while it…

Cruise Ships Now Depend on Parents Bringing the Kids Along

Disney helped change the industry

In the summer of 1951, a passenger aboard the RMS Queen Elizabeth had plenty of things to do. There was shuffleboard, deck tennis, books to borrow from the library. The…

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