There hasn't been quite as strange a teaser for a Super Bowl ad as this thing from Cars.com. What can this possibly presage?
Web video review of the 2010 Lincoln MKZ.
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Three newspaper chains have joined online ad network Classified Ventures. With the addition of Central Newspapers Incorporated, the Gannett Company, and the McClatchy Company, the network now has the resources of 135 newspapers and reaches 42 states with its auto, apartment, and real estate listings, the firm said. Classified Ventures operates Apartments.com and Cars.com.
Knight Ridder, which publishes 31 daily newspapers, is joining forces with three other newspaper chains that put classified ads for cars at Cars.com and homes at Home Hunter on the Net. The companies, which also include the Times Mirror Company, the Tribune Company, and the Washington Post Company, said they are using their alliance to develop the "deepest and broadest" sites in the competitive categories.