- Radioland. // AdMedia;Mar2002, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p73
Lists top radio spenders in New Zealand as of January 2002. The Warehouse; McDonald's Restaurants; Farmers.
- RADIOWATCH. Kemp, Gail // Marketing (00253650);6/13/2002, p8
Presents a list of radio commercials in Great Britain. Promotion of World Cup-themed advertising by Coca-Cola, McDonald's and MasterCard; Features of the promotional campaigns of the three companies; Number of audience generated from radio commercials.
- McDonald's sparks ire of terrier community. // Meat Trades Journal;2/17/2012, p32
The article reports on the response of the pit bull terrier-owning community to the radio commercial of fast food chain McDonald's Corp. which claimed that eating its McChicken Bites was less risky than petting a stray pit bull and other activities.
- The 10 Best radio ads. // Campaign;12/17/2001, Issue 52, p29
Lists the ten best radio advertisements in Great Britain. Concept of the advertisement of McDonald's Corp.; Theme of the campaign of an Internet company; Idea of the Nike Inc. commercial.
- McDonald's testing 3 other Arch Deluxes. // Advertising Age;5/27/1996, Vol. 67 Issue 22, p2
The article focuses on McDonald's Corp.'s testing of three Arch Deluxe sandwiches Fish Deluxe, Crispy Chicken Deluxe and Grilled Chicken Deluxe as a follow-up to the recently launched Arch Deluxe hamburger. The company used radio spots to support the test.
- The turning point. Ketchum, Richard M. // American Heritage;Oct97, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p102
Details the surrender of British Army at Saratoga, New York, formerly known as Schuylerville on October 17, 1777. Individual responsible for the British's defeat; Memorial for the heroes.
- The Army's invasion of UK motorsport. // Motor Sport News: The Voice of British Motorsport;11/14/2012, Issue 2847, p23
The author discusses the involvement of the British Army in motorsports in Great Britain.
- Webshot. // AdMedia;Aug99, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p43
Praises the Web site of the British Army. Chance to make decisions in simulated life and death situations in the section called `The Army Challenge'; Role of the Web site in complementing a television advertising campaign and in building a brand.
- Anglo-Sikh war maps discovered in Irish castle. // Asian Pacific Post;11/24/2011, p4
This article reports on the discovery of maps used by the British Army in the Anglo-Sikh wars of 1845 in a castle in Ireland.