Google-owned online ad-placing service DoubleClick on Friday announced that the way has been cleared to include space at Facebook.
A US judge on Monday approved a deal in which Facebook will pay $20 million for using members "likes" as endorsements for ads.
Japanese broadcasters are refusing to air commercials for Panasonic's new "smart" television, the manufacturer said Monday, amid speculation they feel threatened by its combined TV-Internet function.
Facebook on Monday will tighten its review process to spare advertisers the embarrassment of having their ads pop-up on pages containing porn or violent imagery.
Kazakhstan singer Lido has become the new face of Nikon in Kazakhstan.
Yahoo! on Monday pulled back the curtain on a new line-up of online shows along with new ways it will pair advertising with content at its websites.
A T-shirt company has issued an apology for advertising tops with slogans such as "Keep Calm and Rape A Lot" and "Keep Calm and Kill Her", with its founder saying Wednesday the firm may go under.
Mobile advertising is soaring and growing in sophistication, industry analysts say, but the money is pouring into tablets at a much faster rate than their smaller smartphone rivals.
Facebook agreed Thursday to buy Atlas Advertiser Suite from Microsoft as part of an effort to boost ad revenues at the massive social network.
The New York Times Company said Thursday that its revenue from readers and subscribers overtook that of advertising for the first time in 2012, as the media group reported a boost in profits.
China has banned ads that encourage giving luxury gifts to authorities, state media said Thursday, the latest push against official extravagance since new leaders took charge vowing better governance.
Consumer efforts to protect personal data and remain "invisible" online is leading to a "data blackhole" that could adversely impact digital advertisers.
This Sunday, nearly 180 million Americans will settle in front of TV sets with beer and chicken wings and, over four hours, watch commercials interrupted by an American football game.
APEX Consult, PR-company from Astana, won the Best of Central Asia-2012 contest in the TV Ads Production category.
South Korean rapper Psy is going nuts.
Brad Pitt is set to become the first male face of Chanel No.5, a role previously filled by such fellow Hollywood luminaries as Marilyn Monroe and Nicole Kidman.
Coca-Cola has been available at private markets in North Korea for more than a decade even if the US soft drink maker has not opened business in the communist state.
Famous Kazakhstan experts have expressed their opinions on development of Kazakhstan's advertisement market.
According to our sales-house, the growth of the Internet-advertisement market in 2012 will make around 30-40 percent versus 2011: expert.
First Young Lions contest will be held in Kazakhstan for young professionals in advertising, marketing and communications.
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