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Report: Apple set to add four new ad agencies alongside TBWA

04/09, 7:52pm

New hires won't impact existing relationships, unrelated to 2012 dispute

According to venerable industry trade magazine Ad Age, Apple is again expanding and diversifying its advertising firms and staff. The iPhone maker is said to be adding as many as four digital-advertising agencies to its roster, presumably in an effort to beef up its mobile and online advertising efforts. Apple will continue its longstanding relationship with TBWA/Media Arts Lab as its main partner, despite some now well-publicized spats in late 2012 and early 2013.

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FTC plans to change online ad rules

05/27, 8:05pm

FTC invites comment for changes to online ad rules

The FTC has invited public comment on ways in which eleven-year old advertising guidelines can be better translated to the Internet. Specifically, FOC staff are updating the “Dot Com Disclosures: Information About Online Advertising” rules. The FTC believes that during that eleven-year period, online advertising has evolved including the emergence of what it refers to as the “App economy”, “pop-up” ads and the emergence of advertising through social networking. These developments, it argues, warrant a review of the current guidelines.

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Googe, Yahoo revise search ad deal to appease DOJ

11/04, 12:45am

Revised Google-Yahoo deal

Google and Yahoo have backed down off their previous alliance proposal in order to clear potential issues from the Dept of Justice Department and other companies such as Microsoft. Amidst growing executive uncertainty at Yahoo, the new report indicates that a revised version of the companies' original search agreement was submitted over the weekend to avoid a potential lawsuit by regulators. The Wall Street Journal report says that the revised agreement limits the amount of revenue Yahoo! can earn from the deal and also shortens the term of agreement substantially.

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Yahoo to run Google Adsense; Gchat/YIM link up

06/12, 7:40pm

Yahoo goes Google Adsense

Building on its text-advertising dominance, Google on Thursday said that it has reached an agreement to allow Yahoo to serve Google's Adsense search and contextual advertising as well as allow enable users on Gchat and Yahoo! Messenger to communicate without between the networks. Under the predicted non-exclusive 10-year agreement, Yahoo! has the option to display Google ads alongside its own natural search results in the U.S. and Canada and Yahoo! can serve contextually targeted ads on its U.S. and Canadian web properties as well as on its current publisher partner sites. Yahoo, however, is free to enter into similar agreements with other advertising providers and use Google's advertising on as many or as few of its search results and content pages as it chooses.

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