Survivor: Mad Ave

Follis, John
April 2001
Adweek Midwest Edition;04/30/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p11
Trade Publication
Deals with the success of the television (TV) program `Survivor.' Lessons from the TV show that can be applied to the advertising business; Merchandising possibilities of the TV show.


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