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In "Brewing new ties with gay consumers" (April 8, P. 13), Louis London Advertising & Sales Promotion, Milwaukee, is Miller Brewing Co.'s agency for gay-specific Lite beer print advertising.

In Transactions (March 25, P. 14), the Rice-A-Roni commercial cited in "New on the Market" was created by Young & Rubicam, San Francisco.

In "Cable out to feed news junkies" (March 25, P. 30), cable channel fX said it does not intend to change to an all-sports format as reported in the article.

In "Hollywood sites match up on Web" (March 25, P. 38), Hollywood OnLine's correct Web address is http://www.hollywood.com.

In "RoadKill" (March 18, P. 20), PSINet, and not its Pipeline brand, was the advertiser in a direct mail piece that printed an erroneous 800-number.

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