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AD AGE NAMES PUBLISHING EXECUTIVES OF THE YEAR

By: Greg Lindsay on October 17, 2005

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Meredith Corp. Chief Operating Officer Stephen Lacy and publishing group President Jack Griffin have been named Advertising Age's publishing executives of the year.

Vegas Part 5: Same Old, Same Old on the Strip

By: Greg Lindsay on May 26, 2006

LAS VEGAS (AdAge.com) -- By my fifth day in Las Vegas, I was not, despite Hunter S. Thompson's example, a sleep-deprived, drug-addled freak. If anything, I was actually a little bored. What I really saw during my time here was an infectious degree of sameness. The last decade's luxe lust may have built the city into an adult playpen, but for anyone from New York or Los Angeles or San Francisco, the net effect has been to bring Las Vegas more up to par with those cities while sweeping away all of its sandy grit. For example, not only could I find the same luxury brands in the Forum Shops that I could in New York, I could also find them again half a mile up the Strip in the Fashion Show Mall.

A MARKETING REPORTER'S JOURNEY INTO AIRWORLD

By: Greg Lindsay on September 12, 2005

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Advertising Age editor-at-large Greg Lindsay kicks off three weeks of reporting from inside "Airworld" with this dispatch. His reports...

AIRWORLD PART 8: LOW FARE WARS

By: Greg Lindsay on September 21, 2005

ATLANTA (AdAge.com) -- Today was just another day in Airworld. I rolled out of bed (next to gate E18), jumped in the shower (at the Delta Crown Room Club), checked e-mail and somehow still managed to set off late for the office (at gate C20), where I was due to meet AirTran's director of marketing.

AIRWORLD PART 10: BIRTH OF THE BOUTIQUE AIRLINE ERA

By: Greg Lindsay on September 23, 2005

LONDON (AdAge.com) -- As my Virgin Atlantic flight delivered me into the European pod of Airworld, I couldn't help but reflect on how the marketing of such international travel is being revolutionized.

AIRWORLD PART 12: BRAND BENEFITS OF A NON-PLACE

By: Greg Lindsay on September 27, 2005

PARIS (AdAge.com) -- As far as passengers are concerned, airports have neither a real past nor a future, just a continual present that reliably offers a consistent set of choices -- flight schedules, duty free, fast food -- day after day after day. Airworld is, in a sense, a single, giant franchised operation.