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Controversy for conversation?

Image Source: Colonial Williamsburg via YouTube Using images related to the deaths of 2,977 Americans to sell vacations is going to upset people. That was the reaction to a Super Bowl advertisement the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation ran in New York, Philadelphia and … Continue reading

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A Celebrity Has to Know Their Limitations: Pros and Cons of Using Celebs in Communications

Another Super Bowl, another round of controversy. While past hubbubs were over Groupon ads and Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction”, this year’s honors go to Chrysler’s “Halftime in America” and M.I.A’s middle finger. While AdAge says the spot is popular with … Continue reading

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