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Good Question: How Did Super Bowl Ads Get So Big?This year, 30-second commercials for the Super Bowl will cost around $5.5 million.
New Ad Technology Begs Question: Is Big Brother Selling You Out?With today's billboards, you can literally be a target on the road. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Clinton Steps Up Ad Campaign In MinnesotaThe Democratic contenders for the presidential nomination are taking their fight to Minnesota's airwaves.
Sanders Increases Ad Spending As Iowa Caucus NearsBernie Sanders has been putting up major advertising cash to seize momentum heading into the Democratic presidential primaries — outspending his rival Hillary Clinton just as voters are beginning to pay attention to the race.
Twin Cities Advertising Legend Pat Fallon DiesThe founder of the Minneapolis ad agency Fallon has passed away. The agency announced the death of Pat Fallon Friday on the homepage of the company's website.
A Minn. Toddler’s Story Is Changing The Advertising IndustryA Stillwater toddler with Down syndrome made quite an impression when she appeared in a Target ad last December. Izzy Bradley was chosen after the retailer put out a call for children with disabilities to take part in a photo shoot. The ad and the news coverage about Izzy went viral, and now many more retailers are looking for kids like her.
Podcast Page! 1-14-15 The WCCO Morning News With Dave LeeA hump day version of the WCCO Morning News. Click the link above to hear the highlights.
Walker Art Center Hosts British Advertising AwardsThis holiday season, the Walker Art Center carries on its 28-year tradition as host to the British Arrows Awards.
PODCAST PAGE: 10-24-14 The WCCO Morning News With Dave Lee!Click the link above to listen to Dave Lee's Podcasts from Friday!
Reality Check: NRCC Ad Against 8th District Congressman Rick NolanMinnesota 8th District Congressman Rick Nolan is the target of a barrage of Republican advertising with a tough, emotional edge. The ads from the Republican Congressional Committee make the claim that the Democratic Congressman is soft on terrorists.
Tourism Push Plays Up 'Only In Minnesota' GetawaysSay goodbye to "More to Explore." Minnesota tourism promoters are ushering in a new slogan that focuses on "Only in Minnesota" experiences as part of their largest-ever advertising campaign.