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    almost endless. Newspapers, television, billboards, social media, radio stations, and magazines are all choices that have the most affect for buyers. Newspaper ads have been around for many years. Newspaper ads tend to affect the older generations due to the fact that do not have a social media account. Language in newspaper ads differs from the language used for social media. Companies…

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    Clear and measureable goals are going to need to be made in regards to the local decision to ban all digital and traditional outdoor billboards. As a manager of a outdoor advertising agency this problem directly affect the business we do negatively. Using a rational decision-making model we can identifty that 1. The problem: The banning of all outdoor billboards (our main business), 2. The decision criteria: handling the five employees in regards to their actions, the decision made must be a…

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    Peta Billboard Image

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    This image is a picture of a billboard. On the billboard is an ad from PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), who is the largest animal rights organization in the world and focuses its attention on the safety animals. PETA is committed to the preventions of animals suffering in crowded, factory farms and slaughter houses. They have used this image with intention to trigger the emotions of parents. The image, on a billboard, contains a child on the left side of the ad who is no more…

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    Figure 5 Interested on Machine Vision Billboard As shown in Figure 5, 77% of the people from interviewee want to see interactive billboard at shopping mall and just 12% of the participants those who want to look up an interactive billboard beside the road. Figure 6 Safety and Privacy With regard customer’s safety and privacy, the result was totally unexpected because 64% of the respondents said that they feel safe even Machine Vision take their picture. In contrast, 23% of interviewee do not…

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    Billboard Research Paper

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    The eponymous US Billboard had transcended through time as one of the most credible music outfits to give us the hottest, trendiest and must-hear sounds and performances in the industry. It is safe to say that whatever it is that the Billboard is honoring, it’s definitely quite a humongous feat that all of us should pay attention to. Aside from the yearly recognition that the US Billboard is channeling to honor the cream of the crop and the tireless manner by which they categorize who we should…

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    Billboard Mental Health

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    Billboard dealt with things in a more serious manner as well, headlining, “Mental Health Experts Weigh In on Kanye West's Continued Hospitalization”. Although they used People magazine which I previously discussed as a source of information, Billboard still choose to dig deeper into the issue instead of scrambling through what appears on the surface. This magazine went as far enough to have “real mental health experts” weigh in on the situation in order to give their article more authenticity.…

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    Summary: Donating

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    When implementing visual effects it makes things seem more real, giving the illusion that you, yourself are personally giving to that person in need. There aren 't really any major improvements I would make besides making the billboards globa. It is only located in Europe specifically in Germany. If they make the billboards in North America, South America, and so on Misereor would get more help than they asked for. Also some people don’t want to pay $2 to donate they should have an option on…

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    Chick Fil A Ad Analysis

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    In today’s society, various companies’ advertisements are displayed multiple times around the country in magazines, newspapers, and on billboards in order to gain the audience’s attention. After doing so, most times the audience is visually attracted and immediately crave or feel that they must have that certain product. Restaurants and fast food chains use advertisements to appeal to their customers and make them crave or want a certain product. A good example of this would be Chick-fil-A.…

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    When looking at sales papers, magazines, websites, billboards and other ads, the people that are posing as models are actually viewed as objects. The reason behind the statement is that the model are posing for whatever the advertisers are trying to sell and not too much focus on the people in the picture. Kilbourne stated that “Women’s bodies – and men’s bodies too these days – are dismembered, packaged and used to sell everything from chainsaws to chewing gum, champagne to shampoo” (258).…

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    In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, the society is negatively affected by the excessively long billboards as they allow people to continue living rushed lives rather than forcing them to slow down for once and take in their surroundings which allows the reader to learn of Bradbury’s personal beliefs and is emphasized when Montag and Clarisse discuss the unnoticed oddity of their lives. After several nights of apprehensive feelings on his walk home from his shift at the firehouse, Montag…

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