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VIEWS;CORRECTIONS

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The voice over for a new campaign for Philips Electronics is "Incredible Sounds tested on humans." In the U.S., Philips uses the brand name Magnavox for sound and studio products. The company plans a gradual change to Philips Magnavox next year.

In a story about two Procter & Gamble products, the names of advertising agencies were inadvertently linked with the wrong client. Bounty's agency is Michael Conrad & Leo Burnett, Frankfurt. Pringles' agency is Mellors, Reay & Partners, London.

In the World Brands special report, a chart of McCann-Erickson's Asian offices and clients was omitted. The chart is printed on Page I-21 of this issue.

Also, clients in Vietnam were inadvertently omitted from the chart for Grey Advertising. Grey's Vietnam clients are: British American Tobacco, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Danone, the International Olympic Committee, Procter & Gamble and SmithKline Beecham.

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