The History of Advertising in Quite a Few Objects

History of advertising: No 171: Busch Stadium
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History of advertising: No 171: Busch Stadium

Advertisers paying big money for naming rights to sports stadiums in Britain has become so prolific that it's hard to believe the practice is more than a century old.

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History of advertising: No 170: Joan Crawford's Pepsi sign
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History of advertising: No 169: Ed Artzt's speech notes
History of advertising: No 168: The first D&AD black Pencil
History of advertising: No 167: Jay Conrad Levinson's Guerrilla Marketing
History of advertising: No 166: Subservient Chicken
History of advertising: No 165: Michael Ovitz's CAA
History of advertising: No 164: PT Barnum
History of advertising: No 163: Campbell's marbles
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History of advertising: No 162: Freberg, Ltd (But Not Very)
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History of advertising: No 161: A Starch Test score sheet
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History of advertising: No 160: The first radio commercials
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History of advertising: No 159: Ray Rubicam's Steinway ads
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History of advertising: No 158: Claude Hopkins' Scientific Advertising
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History of advertising: No 157: Campaign's first edition
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History of advertising: No 156: Printers' Ink
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History of advertising: No 155: Soho
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History of advertising: No 154: Volvo's Bear Foot monster truck
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History of advertising: No 153: Marshall McLuhan's global village
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History of advertising: No 152: Jim's Inn
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History of advertising: No 151: Ford's 'whites only' ad

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