July 2006
Campaign;7/28/2006, Issue 30, p48
Trade Publication
The article news briefs related to the advertising industry. Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair has threatened mandatory controls on the promotion of junk food to children and curbs on alcohol advertising. Unilever PLC has completed its direct and digital UK roster. Unilever has grasped how below-the-line channels built relationships between its brands and customers.


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