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July 26, 1989 | LESLIE BERKMAN, Times Staff Writer
That envelope stuffed with discount coupons may be junk mail to you, but it's become a cost-effective way for a growing number of small businesses to get inside your home to peddle their products. It has also become a gold mine for Money Mailer, a Huntington Beach direct-mail firm that specializes in helping proprietors of small businesses band together to pitch their wares in one mailing. Money Mailer is one of a few national firms that specialize in what is called "cooperative" advertising.
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October 1, 2009 | Greg Braxton
Lisa Fung, who has overseen the Los Angeles Times' coverage of arts and culture for more than nine years, has been chosen to run its online entertainment operation. As online arts and entertainment editor, Fung will guide multimedia coverage including Calendar, the Envelope and Company Town. In addition to developing new online properties, she will oversee more than a dozen latimes.com blogs. "Lisa is as comfortable within the realm of social media as she is with Wagner, 'American Idol' and Warhol, perfectly preparing her for this challenging new position," Times Editor Russ Stanton said.
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February 23, 2007 | Meg James, Times Staff Writer
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC would like to thank General Motors, Bank of America, J.C. Penney and many others for shelling out $1.7 million for every 30-second spot they bought in Sunday's Oscar telecast. These advertisers also feel as if they've got a piece of the gold: The 79th annual Academy Awards will probably be one of the largest and most prestigious television events of the year, with an expected audience of more than 40 million viewers.
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February 23, 2007 | Meg James, Times Staff Writer
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC would like to thank General Motors, Bank of America, J.C. Penney and many others for shelling out $1.7 million for every 30-second spot they bought in Sunday's Oscar telecast. These advertisers also feel as if they've got a piece of the gold: The 79th annual Academy Awards will probably be one of the largest and most prestigious television events of the year, with an expected audience of more than 40 million viewers.
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October 1, 2009 | Greg Braxton
Lisa Fung, who has overseen the Los Angeles Times' coverage of arts and culture for more than nine years, has been chosen to run its online entertainment operation. As online arts and entertainment editor, Fung will guide multimedia coverage including Calendar, the Envelope and Company Town. In addition to developing new online properties, she will oversee more than a dozen latimes.com blogs. "Lisa is as comfortable within the realm of social media as she is with Wagner, 'American Idol' and Warhol, perfectly preparing her for this challenging new position," Times Editor Russ Stanton said.
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