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The beginning of Commercial Radio

The start of commercial radio in the USA. Taken from the film 'Empire of the Air'.

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Sky Billboards (1935) - Advertising by Sky Writing

Chevrolet take to the air to create a sky writing advertisement, and in the process this educational film explains how the planes pilot creates the words, an...

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The Ad & The Ego 1/4 - A powerful documentary about the power of advertising

I enjoy your site and I am happy that I follow it.  I wanted to share this documentary in case you have not seen it.  Keep up the great work on your site!

Ken


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Ken Morrison's comment, September 4, 2012 6:03 PM
Thank you for the rescoop. I really like this video. I was very happy when I found it again after several years.
Ken
bobrosas's comment, September 4, 2012 10:42 PM
you're very welcome Ken, this is an important document. Thank you for posting
Ken Morrison's comment, September 18, 2012 12:32 AM
Hi Josie
Thank you for the rescoop.
Ken
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Seven Reasons You Should Consider Podcasting In iTunes | Internet Marketing Speed

Seven Reasons You Should Consider Podcasting In iTunes | Internet Marketing Speed | poops | Scoop.it

Podcasting is very easy to do
If you can talk and if you have some basic recording equipment you are almost there. You need to submit your podcast to iTunes once using a free plug-in (I recommend blubrry) and then it will automatically upload every time you publish.


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The (Court-Ordered) Unmasking of the Lone Ranger - Mental Floss

The (Court-Ordered) Unmasking of the Lone Ranger - Mental Floss | poops | Scoop.it
The (Court-Ordered) Unmasking of the Lone RangerMany actors try to distance themselves from their iconic characters, but not Clayton Moore. That is, until a court order forced him to remove his famous mask.

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How-To Create a Podcast Feed Optimized for iTunes

How-To Create a Podcast Feed Optimized for iTunes | poops | Scoop.it

This video takes you through the process of using a free service, Feedburner, to create an iTunes compliant feed. Along with providing some tips on SEO for the iTunes search engine to help others find your podcast more easily.


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How to Grow a Blog and Following With Podcasting

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Pat Flynn tells the story behind his successful online business and shares the importance of podcasting for his business.

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The Resurrection Of Podcasting

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Does anyone listen to podcasts anymore? Does anyone even care? This past week, I published episode #321 of my weekly audio podcast (Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast). Each week I have a conversation with someone interesting...


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Girlie Pens, Again? Why Ordinary Things Go Pink By Lisa Hix

Girlie Pens, Again? Why Ordinary Things Go Pink By Lisa Hix | poops | Scoop.it

"Score one for the Internet. Not long after Bic launched its new line of “Bic for Her” ballpoint pens—boasting an “elegant design” that “features a thin barrel to fit a women’s hand”—women and men alike hopped on Amazon.com to bombard the product page with hilarious and brilliantly snarky reviews.

Thanks to the women’s movement, consumers today often are quick to poke holes in such absurdly gendered products. But this wasn’t always the case. In fact, less than 50 years ago, many Americans believed that women did, in fact, need everyday objects to be more elegant, delicate, and pink."


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In 1965, Salvador Dalí designed a bizarre line of women's swimwear

In 1965, Salvador Dalí designed a bizarre line of women's swimwear | poops | Scoop.it

In 1965, Salvador Dalí designed a bizarre line of women’s swimwear – certainly fails on his resolution to be “against revolution” and “for tradition.” 


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