New B&N TV Spots Air

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With an eye on Internet bookseller Amazon.com, Weiss, Whitten, Stagliano’s first work for Barnes & Noble focuses on the client’s Web site, BarnesandNoble.com.
The first of two TV spots begins with a bang and a shot of Earth surrounded by asteroids. As the planet recedes into the distance, white letters unscramble to spell: “BarnesandNoble.com.”
The 15-second spot, which broke nationally on PBS’ Charlie Rose show last week, is accompanied by string music and a male voice that proclaims: “Anywhere, anytime, any book BarnesandNoble.com–where

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