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* Re: "Other Ways to Play the Game" chart (AA, Jan. 29), the chart included an incorrect figure for 2006's network pre- and post-game Super Bowl ad revenue because of an error by TNS Media Intelligence. TNS said the correct figure was $38.1 million (not $78.1 million). That means total ad revenue was $242.8 million (not $282.8 million); network in-game as a percent of the total was 67% (not 57%).

* In "P&G Abandons $20 Million Program With Wal-Mart" (AA, Jan. 22) a subheadline said the "Speaking of Women's Health" program was a casualty of P&G's new trade-marketing system. A P&G spokeswoman said the decision not to sponsor the program was not related to the trade system and was made before it was implemented.

* Re: "Swedes Swoop in to Save Time4" (AA, Jan. 29). Time4's president is Tom Beusse.

* In a correction Jan. 22, the private-equity firm TSG Consumer Partners was incorrectly referred to as TSG Consumer Markets.
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