Monday, February 05, 2007

The Seattle Times: Latest news wires from the Associated Press

Seattle Times reports a 2 million dollar payment by Turner and the NY based Interference Inc for their publicity campaign last week which brought Boston to a halt.

More than three dozen blinking electronic signs with a boxy cartoon character giving an obscene hand gesture were found Wednesday in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. The signs, part of a publicity campaign for Cartoon Network's "Aqua Teen Hunger Force," also appeared in nine other big U.S. cities in recent weeks, with little interest.
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