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Advertising Age has launched a weekly international electronic newsletter – Ad Age Global - from January 14, 2010. Published every Thursday, Ad Age Global carries news and information about the latest developments in advertising, media and marketing outside the US. The exchange4media Group is Advertising Age’s exclusive partner in India.

The English-language newsletter covers everything – from in-depth CMO interviews to the latest viral campaign to go global, from Ad Age correspondents and contributors around the world. Ad Age also welcomes comments and contributions from readers to the ongoing global conversation.

Ad Age Global joins the company’s other electronic newsletters, including the Ad Age Daily news roundup, daily MediaWorks, the twice-weekly Ad Age Digital, and weekly English-language Ad Age China. In addition, news is posted daily on,while Advertising Age magazine is published weekly.

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