<body> Public Ad Campaign: As Billboards, Public Phones Always Work-NYTimes
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Friday, August 17, 2007

As Billboards, Public Phones Always Work-NYTimes

NYC phone kiosks alone generated more than $62 million dollars last year of which the city saw a mere $13.7 million. In a strange twist of fate as the rest of the country seems to be loosing its public phones, NYC seems to be holding onto them and when installing new ones making sure they are equiped for advertising. This article highlights the real reasons NY is holding onto its public phone kiosks despite the proposed reasons given by the advertising agencies and city government.

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