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Help Wanted: The Advertising Industry

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

So many New Yorkers work in and around the advertising industry. Dow Jones reporter Ty McMahan takes a look at the state of Madison Avenue and how online advertising has changed the industry.

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Mike Corso

Loved today's show! Would love to connect with the professor from SNNY Purchase...send me your students--I have internship opportunities available!

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Feb. 17 2010 04:57 PM
kara silverman from nyc

Thanks Ty and Brian for talking about this industry! Yodle (one of the companies talked about on the show) is hiring. We're looking for a director of search engine marketing, product manager, recruiters, designers, developers, sales reps and more. If you heard the show and are looking for a job visit www.yodle.com/careers to see if we have a role that is right for you!

Feb. 17 2010 01:25 PM
Inquisigal from Brooklyn, NY

A blog about cold cuts????!!!!!

Feb. 17 2010 11:52 AM
licnyc

Please ask him about ad blocking. No one has an idea how prevalent it is.

Feb. 17 2010 11:45 AM
BL Moderator from Varick St. Studios

[[We welcome comments here, but encourage you to visit the Help Wanted facebook home page and add your thoughts there. Click on the link above.

Thanks,

-BL Show-]]

Feb. 17 2010 10:28 AM

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