Advertising imitates reality

07/30/2004 | NYTimes.com

Advertisers increasingly are taking cues from reality programming in designing spots, marking a change from the stylized ads that had held sway. Some in the industry say the move toward more realistic ads is fueled by a greater need to connect with customers, but others disagree, saying advertising is merely reflecting popular culture.

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