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Audio, surplus goods sites break new ad campaigns

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HearMe, which offers real-time Net audio technology, today breaks a $5 million-plus campaign, including TV, radio and print, from Doremus, San Francisco. Ads follow the story of a monk who breaks a vow of silence to speak on the Web. Separately, Doremus, New York, client iSolve.com breaks print ads April 24 in business publications as part of a $20 million campaign. The surplus goods site broke cable and spot TV spots April 10 with the tagline, "Buy, sell or barter."

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