breaking news

February 2009
New Media Age;2/25/2009, p03
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the new media industry in Great Britain. Travel firm TUI has launched advertising across its portfolio of Web sites such as Thomson, First Choice and Holidays Uncovered. A digital and direct campaign has been launched by Waitrose to push its social networking site MyWaitrose.


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