Sex ads continue slow migration

23 Nov 2010
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. -- A 1.6 percent increase in prostitution-advertising revenue during October indicates a continuing migration of sex ads, but at a slower pace since Craigslist shut down its erotic services section in the United States. Prostitution-ad revenue in 23 U.S. cities rose to nearly $2.6 million in October, an annual rate of $31.16 million, according to estimates by the AIM Group

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Mark Whittaker

Mark Whittaker joined the AIM Group as sales director in March 2009. His career in newspapers spans 30 years as a reporter, editor and online manager. He spent seven years as online managing editor and online director for and the Tribune-Review Publishing Co. in Pittsburgh, and later worked as interactive media director for Beaver Newspapers Inc. in suburban Pittsburgh. At Beaver Newspapers, he was responsible for day-to-day advertising, design and operation of the company’s Web sites, supervising a staff of eight. At Tribune-Review, he oversaw about 20 Web sites, including ad sales, coordination between the Web sites and affiliated newspapers, and negotiating partnership agreements. He is based near Pittsburgh.