Posts tagged "New York Times"
NYT NYM Wars

NYT NYM Wars

Nym-rods need not apply

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Private Oy: Facebook and the Super Snoopers (Part One)

Private Oy: Facebook and the Super Snoopers (Part One)

Mark Zuckerberg's excellent cookierama

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The New Edvertorial Fútbol

The New Edvertorial Fútbol

ESPN plays the branded content game

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Accent on Product Placement

Accent on Product Placement

The telenovela gets ad-itude

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The Price of Privacy Loss and the Cost of Privacy Protection

The Price of Privacy Loss and the Cost of Privacy Protection

It's the Data Do-Gooders vs. the Gossip No-Goodniks.

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Now Hiring: VP/Optometry for Media Mashups

Now Hiring: VP/Optometry for Media Mashups

Blurring the lines further between advertising and editorial

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The Sneak in Review

The Sneak in Review

Marketers want to pick your brain first, pocket second

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Call It Tracebook

Call It Tracebook

First there was last week’s kerfuffle over the Wall Street Journal piece headlined, “Facebook in Privacy Breach.” (Sneak ADtack take here.) CyberBible TechCrunch dismissed the report as the inmates running the asylum: So what’s the big deal? The big deal is that most people in tech, let alone the general population, have no idea what...

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NYT Embeds Stealth Ad in Blog

NYT Embeds Stealth Ad in Blog

New York Times Public Editor Arthur S. Brisbane spends his current column tsk-tsking the paper for this: READERS of The Choice, a blog by reporter Jacques Steinberg, encountered something unusual — and for some of them, something very disturbing — when they clicked on a link in the second paragraph of his Sept. 29 blog post. It was...

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NBC Goes Old School with Product Integration

NBC Goes Old School with Product Integration

Headline of a Friday New York Times piece: Sponsors Also Star in School Makeover Reality Show NBCs new reality program “School Pride” (Friday nights at 8, a.k.a. Death Valley), which showcases rehabs of rundown schools, is, according to the Times, “a microcosm of both the good side (authentic, if totally random, charity) and the bad...

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Stealth Advertising, Supreme Court Style II

One day it was NPR’s All Things Considered reporting Oregon Rep. Peter DeFazio’s (D-Sandbagged) search – to no avail – for the “mystery” group attacking him with an $86,000 (according to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer) ad campaign. The next day it was New York Times reporter Mike McIntire chasing – to no avail – the elusive group...

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