Montgomery, Alabama — Advertiser obituary: Montgomery Ad to make more headlines this year and beyond.
The Montgomery Ad has a long and storied history in the media world.
Its the oldest local TV station in Montgomery and is now the official local affiliate of Montgomery County, Alabama’s Republican Party.
It has an extensive and loyal following in Montgomery’s political and civic circles.
Its also a leading brand for Montgomery, a suburb of Birmingham.
Its the largest newspaper in Montgomery with a circulation of more than 30,000.
Advertisers have been paying the Montgomery Ad an average of $3,500 per ad, a record high for the newspaper.
In a press release, the Ad said the ad campaign is an effort to “connect Montgomeryians with Montgomery” through advertising.
“We know that when the Montgomery community sees a positive advertisement, they will come to our website to share it with their friends and family,” the ad said.
“It’s the most trusted name in Montgomery.
We hope you will join us as we continue to work to make Montgomery proud.”
The Ad has not disclosed the cost of the ad buy.
The Montgomery Ad is the first local affiliate in the state to accept digital ad buys.
Last year, the company announced it would begin accepting ad buy requests, which the company said was to be “a game changer.”
In February, the Montgomery Advertising Board announced it was going to launch a new ad buy program that will allow the company to pay for ads in the local newsroom.
While the company has not announced a specific number of ad buys, the press release said the company expects to pay $4 million this year to advertise in Montgomery County.
To advertise in the Montgomery county newsroom, the ad will be shown in newsrooms that have an Ad News program.
If the ad is viewed by at least 30,527 people, the ads will be broadcast.
After that, the newsroom will be free to buy and sell ads.
Read more about the Montgomery advertising board’s announcement here.
This week, the media giant will begin accepting digital ad buy orders for local newsrooms.
On Wednesday, the local television station said it was accepting ad buys for the Montgomery area.
As of Tuesday, the agency had spent $8.5 million on advertising across the country.
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