The Boston Red Sox could be called the Teflon baseball team, at least in terms of corporate sponsorships.
Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and his chief Democratic rival, Elizabeth Warren, have vowed to fight attack ads on television, radio and the Internet, but in their emailed appeals to supporters, the two routinely portray each other in the harshest light possible.
The MBTA is considering selling audio ads on its buses that would be triggered by GPS.
I’m curious if drug advertisers have to mention the possible adverse side affects of taking a particular medication. If yes, who requires that to be done? If I am snacking in front of the TV, I really don’t enjoy hearing some of the things that might happen if I take a medication (vomiting, etc.). – Linda, Woburn
A new tactic in the war on tobacco.
Characterizing their stalling as “politics at its worst,” President Barack Obama says Republicans should quit blocking a bill to limit the amount of money corporations and unions can spend on campaign advertising. “This is common […]