Several figures in a chart showing revenue and ad page results for Asian publications for the first quarter of 1994 (AAI, July 18, Page I-14) were incorrect. Actually, Time had an 11% increase in revenues in the first quarter of 1994 to $5.62 million from the first quarter of 1993; ad pages for the Asian Wall Street Journal were up 59% to 296 in 1994 from 186 in 1993, and ad pages for the International Herald Tribune were up 7% to 45 pages in 1994 from 42 in 1993. Ad pages for Asian Business were 69.9 in 1994, down 12.8% from 80.2 in 1993, and ad pages for Business Week were down 61% to 21 in 1994 from 54 in 1993.
McKim Communications Ltd., the 100%-owned Winnipeg subsidiary of McKim Baker Lovick BBDO/Toronto, is the office that handles the Canadian government's anti-smoking campaign. The name of the subsidiary and location of the office were not included in the earlier story (AAI, July 18, P. I-6).
The agency that handled Italian pasta maker Barilla's pan-European account before DDB Needham Worldwide was TBWA Europe (AAI, Aug. 15, P. I-15). The full name of the previous agency was not included.