Hogsett releases first campaign ad in mayoral race against Shreve
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s 30-second video ad focuses on the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Opponent Jefferson Shreve has not yet advertised during the general election cycle, but will within the next week, his campaign told IBJ.Read More
TV spending adds up to nearly $12M in tight 5th District race
According to a report of media buys obtained by the IBJ, nearly $7 million has been spent collectively by Democrat Christina Hale’s campaign and organizations trying to get her elected over Republican candidate Victoria Spartz since August. About $4.9 million has collectively been spent by Spartz’s campaign and organizations hoping to elect her to the seat.Read More
U.S. Senate GOP candidate John Rust released radio and television ads this week depicting opponent Jim Banks as a D.C. swamp insider. And Third District Congressman Banks wasted no time firing back.
U.S. District Judge Hector Gonzalez said the plaintiff failed to prove that a reasonable customer would be misled by the ads.
Fixing billboard did not result in Noblesville sign being ‘relocated,’ Indiana Supreme Court affirms
A Noblesville ordinance’s language for sign relocation was ambiguous with its usage of “relocate” and “move,” the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed Monday.
Brad Chambers’ campaign said the one-minute video was backed by a seven-figure ad buy across the state. It came just 21 days after he entered the race.
Food ads have long made their subjects look bigger, juicier and crispier. Some consumers say those mouthwatering ads cross the line into deception, and that’s leading to a growing number of lawsuits.
Eric Doden, the Fort Wayne developer running for governor, is throwing $2 million behind the first television and digital advertising buy in the 2024 gubernatorial race, his campaign announced Tuesday.
The suit accuses Taco Bell of “unfair and materially misleading advertising” and is seeking upward of $5 million from the chain for alleged violations of law banning unfair and deceptive trade practices.
The Federal Trade Commission proposed a new rule Friday that would ban paying for reviews, suppressing honest reviews, selling fake social media engagement and more.
Emmis was the lead investor in Anzu, an Israel-based company that has developed technology that allows companies to insert targeted ads into video games in a nonintrusive way.
The campaign commercial, created by Bullhorn Communications, will run on Indianapolis television stations from July 3 until July 16 and cost the campaign $603,000.
Some radio station owners and advertisers contend that losing access to the car dashboard will indeed be a death blow to many of the nation’s 4,185 AM stations.
The lawsuit alleges that Google holds a virtual monopoly in online advertising that works to the detriment of consumers.
Google on Monday filed a motion to dismiss a Department of Justice lawsuit that aims to break up its alleged monopoly in online advertising, the company’s first salvo in a case widely seen as a test of the Biden administration’s ability to rein in the tech industry.
The question for the court has to do with whether the manufacturer infringed on Jack Daniel’s trademarks with its bottle-shaped chew toy or whether the product is just a “playful dog-toy parody.”
Shreve, a wealthy businessman and former City-County Councilor, is spending more than $220,000 on the TV spot that started airing last weekend.
Indianapolis businessman Jefferson Shreve, a Republican, appears to be the first of this year’s Indianapolis mayoral candidates to begin advertising.
A new report concludes major brands are exaggerating how ambitious their efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions are—in effect misleading consumers, investors and governments.