It only took a few decades, but health professionals are now calling on advertisers to stop photoshopping models into oblivion.

Source:
http://www.good.is/post/american-medical-association-officially-condemns-photoshopping/?utm_content=headline&utm_medium=hp_carousel&utm_source=slide_2

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Yabba dabba do, Seth MacFarlane will finally achieve his dream! The mastermind behind Family Guy will reboot the classic animated series The Flintstones for Fox.
Fox execs made the announcement at the networks presentation today in New York.

The show will go in production this fall for a 2013 launch. One of the first things I ever drew was Fred Flintstone, MacFarlane told advertisers. As for his re-imagination, he said the show has to k

Source:
http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/05/16/fox-developing-reboot-of-the-flintstones/

U.S. ad spending was down for the sixth straight quarter, despite signs that the decline is slowing, according to preliminary figures released today by The Nielsen Company.

All told, advertisers spent an estimated $117 billion on U.S. media in 2009, down 9% from 2008.

Source:
http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/consumer/u-s-ad-spend-falls-nine-percent-in-2009-nielsen-says

Thats the word this morning from spokesperson Sue Mallino, who confirmed to Media Matters that it pulled its ads off the Fox News program.

Mallino would not comment on whether the move was made in response to Beck’s claim that Obama is a “racist” an allegation that sparked a campaign by ColorofChange.org to get advertisers to stop supporting Beck.

Source:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/08/17/gmac-financial-services-c_n_261148.html

Three companies who run ads during Glenn Beck — NexisLexis-owned Lawyers.com, Proctor & Gamble and Progressive Insurance — today distanced themselves from Beck.

LexisNexis has pulled its advertising from Beck and says it has no plans to advertise on the program in the future.

Source:
http://mediamatters.org/blog/200908060011

It’s a fact, Twitter is going to have to make big money sooner or later but a recent study shows that the advertising world still has no idea what to make of the monster.

Source:
http://www.adweek.com/aw/content_display/news/agency/e3i00860fac3d23b30ef2c201a22fc40dfa

The Super Bowl is on track to remain one big, glitzy bash even in these tough economic times.
That’s not to say some advertisers aren’t nervous about buying expensive ad slots as business falters.

Get the low-down here:
http://www2.tbo.com/content/2009/jan/18/super-bowl-remains-big-bash-ads-toned-down/news-breaking/