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* In "Playing in advertising's big event" (Jan. 17, P. 4), Motorola later said it will run two :30s in the first quarter and four :30s in the pre-game show between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

* In "Retail Media introduces TV net for liquor stores" (Jan. 17, p. 6), the quote attributed to John Burcham should have been attributed to John Frierson.

* In "FYI" (Jan. 10, P. 46), Warner Bros. said it incorrectly included Kraft Food's Kraft Singles among the list of tie-in partners for the home video release of the studio's 1999 holiday movie, "Pokemon: The First Movie."

* In "Philips powers digital line with $100 mil in ads" (Jan. 10, P. 2), a quote from E-Gear Editor in Chief Mike McGann should have read: "Nothing they [Philips Electronics] do is all that innovative. They haven't had an innovative product since the CD-R."

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