August 1990
Advertising Age;8/6/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 32, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs in the advertising industry in the United States as of August 6, 1990. Agi Clark, chairman of Brouillard/LGFE will resign from the company. National Broadcasting Co. and Gannett are negotiating with Admax to become advertisers and programming suppliers on Admax's in-store television network being launched in October. Owen Lipstein is expected to announce that he is selling a 50 percent stake in his troubled New American Magazine Co. to a Japanese media company.


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