- Winter draws on. Drife, James Owen // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);10/31/98, Vol. 317 Issue 7167, p1261
Discusses the incorporation of British humour on advertising billboards. Information on the advertising industry; Views on the advertisements; Implication on people.
- POST SCRIPTS. Lazarus, Philip; Miksch, W. F.; Kircher, Ralf // Saturday Evening Post;8/18/1945, Vol. 218 Issue 7, p30
The article presents several anecdotes related to various topics. They include an advertisement that one of the authors thinks can get a person down, a result of a medical research which suggest that the intake of vitamin B1 can prevent mosquito bites, and the impact of a guitar on a person's life.
- The Next Trend. Skenazy, Lenore // Advertising Age;10/15/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 43, p38
This section presents humorous stories and comments dealing with the trends in the U.S. advertising industry.
- Message. // New Yorker;8/22/1959, Vol. 35 Issue 27, p24
The article presents an anecdote about a partner in an advertising agency in New York City. This partner went out to inspect a set of bigger offices, which a renting agent had referred. The offices were in a building on Madison Avenue. They were previously occupied by a television quiz show. On...
- You're having a laugh, aren't you? Curtis, James // Marketing (00253650);8/10/2005, p28
This article discusses the importance of humor in advertising. Nothing breaks down barriers like a shared joke. The "Love and Hate" concept is also a creative platform, which works across many executions and media channels. Matt Law, account director for the company says that Tribal DDB, which...
- Ikea: Couches Aren't Just For Potatoes. Takaki, Millie // SHOOT;4/16/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 15, p11
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- What Else? Sands, Rose // Saturday Evening Post;Nov1975, Vol. 247 Issue 8, p75
Presents a humorous anecdote about an advertisement for missing objects.
- Problems � Problems � Problems. // Education Digest;Jan1957, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p28
The article presents anecdotes about education in the United States. An erroneous job advertisement was posted on the bulletin board in the department of education at Butler University. Two parents were discussing the possibilities of having their 10-year-old son attend classes in sex education...
- Insurance agents' patter becomes casualty in Pru ads. Garfield, Bob // Advertising Age;10/15/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 43, p74
This article presents humorous stories about insurance advertisements in the U.S.