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Jane L. Levere

Jane L. Levere is a freelance journalist based in New York City.

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What Does the Future Hold for Newsstands in a Post-Pandemic World?


Magazines, he added, will continue to be “traffic generators” at grocery stores and at newsstands at train stations and airports, by word of social media.

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How a Jerry Seinfeld Op-Ed Became a 6-Story Billboard on the Upper East Side

Out of Home

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s widely discussed New York Times op-ed rebutting those who think New York is “dead” continues to get noticed months after it was published—not on social media, but [...]

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After Bankruptcy, Neiman Marcus Hopes for Holiday ‘Magic’ in All-Digital Campaign

Fashion & Apparel

The luxury retailer's new campaign is the first for newly appointed CMO Darren McColl.

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Times Square Ads Help Artists Share the Love for NYC’s Essential Workers

Life in Quarantine

Images of support will also run on donated ad space across the city.

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With New Zealand Ad Deal, NYC Tourism Extends Partnerships to All Regions of the Globe

Travel & Transportation

Foreign visitors are the New York City's biggest spenders, staying more than 6 nights on average.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Channels Holiday Magic to Show How Items Come to Life at Night


Anomaly crafts the brand's first CGI-powered spot, inspired by Night at the Museum.

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Sandy Hook Promise Darkly Flips the Cheery Back-to-School Ad in New Gun Violence PSA

Ad of the Day

BBDO spot says the only real 'essential' is knowing the signs.

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Leave Your Mark on Bombay Sapphire’s Crowdsourced Art Project by Guiding a Robot Arm

Marketing Innovation

BBDO New York brings experiential creativity to the masses with PaintedByEveryone.com .

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IHG and Ogilvy Celebrate Moments of Connection for Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express

Brand Marketing

The inclusive global campaign will launch in the U.S. and U.K.

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Kids Often Get Into Danger, But Vaccines Keep Danger Out of Kids, Says New UNICEF Campaign

Brand Marketing

Parents deserve fewer things to worry about, says this light-hearted work from RPA.