Five first place awards were among the recognition
News Gazette staff
Oklahoma Gazette earned eight honors, including five first-place awards, at the Oklahoma Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, held Feb. 4 at the Reed Center in Midwest City.
CFN Gazette staff
The late comedian Bill Hicks once called people in advertising “Satan’s
little helpers.” While that catchy phrase isn’t explicitly noted in a
Feb. 13 Washington Post story about Oklahoma City-based Ackerman
McQueen, it does sort of loom over the article’s examination of how the
high-profile firm has shaped some bizarre ad campaigns for the National
Documentary Rod Lott
For someone who claims to be so uncomfortable in front of the camera, Bert Stern never shuts up in Original Madman,
the documentary about him. And I'm sure glad he didn't, as the story of
his life is a must-absorb for anyone interested in film, fashion,
photography, art, design, advertising, popular culture, counterculture
... oh, hell, let's say American history in general.