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  • Rob Lowe Television Commercial

    DirecTV and actor Rob Lowe have recently collaborated on a series of commercials. The purpose of these commercials was to persuade people to get rid of cable, and sign up for DirecTV. Every commercial that was released pretty much followed the same format. I will be specifically analyzing the commercial titled, "Far Less Attractive Rob Lowe." The commercial begins by presenting the audience with Rob Lowe as his normal self. He is depicted as the handsome, successful, and confident man that a lot of people know him to be. The commercial then proceeds to show us his "less attractive" alter ego. His alter ego is depicted as unattractive, a failure, and socially awkward. The real Rob Lowe has DirecTV, but his alter ego has cable. After introducing these two…

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  • Television Commercial Analysis Essay

    Loc Truong Professor: Lindsey Ayotte "Television" Commercial Analysis Submission 25/04/2016 I believe any of us have ever watched a television commercial at least one time in life. Television commercial is a span of television programming produced and paid for by an organization, usually for marketing a product or service purpose. This essay is about the television commercial that left a vivid impression on me, “Here's to the Crazy Ones”. The spot was directed by Chiat\Day’s Jennifer Golub…

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  • Charmin Commercial Analysis

    For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper. Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the…

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  • The Effects Of Sexism In The Media

    saying that nowadays, many people do not notice the existence of sexism in society today because it is such a huge part of many things that are integral in our lives; such as television, music, magazines, the workplace, and politics. Though not everyone notices this form of sexism because to numerous citizens all across the country, sexism means women are not allowed to vote, women cannot go to school, women cannot work because they have to stay home with the children. And since this is no…

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  • Importance Of Media Analysis: Swipe Left To Delete

    Sitting in my first class or walking to my next class, I check my email application when the red notification number indicates that I have received new mail. And when I finally get home after work, climb into bed, I again check my email application to read and delete more emails. In addition to email, I often find myself on Facebook before class time or even during television commercials at home, scrolling through my news feed for headlines. Shared posts from friends that involve food,…

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  • Budweiser's 2015 'Lost Dog' Super Bowl Commercial Analysis

    Budweiser’s 2015 ‘Lost Dog’ Super Bowl Commercial Found here: The commercial took us through many vicissitudes. The reason I choose this commercial is that it is one of the few commercials that takes you through emotional difficulties. The true complexity of this advertisement brings us to a state of being to where we can all relate. The travesty of the dog running away takes the viewers heart and then brings them some joy when the dog is safely…

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  • The Negative Effects Of Media Changes Children's Mind

    of electronic media each day, with the greatest exposures being to music, television, and internet (2.6 [SD [= 2.2], 2.3 [SD = 1.51], and 2.3 hr [SD = 2.1] each day, respectively). They were exposed to an average of 1.2 hr (SD – 1.5) of non-electronic media each day, including 0.6 hr (SD = 1.1) of exposure to books and 0.6 hr (SD – 0.7) to that of magazines/newspapers” (726). The participants who were examined in the test experience more media hours each day which consist of listening to music,…

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  • So Rich Mild And Fresh Analysis

    In Steve Craig and Terry Moellinger’s article, ““So Rich, Mild, and Fresh”: A Critical Look at TV Cigarette Commercials, 1948-197,” they address the ways in which television commercials promoted the appeal of cigarette smoking to different groups as well as how cigarette companies responded to the rising fears about smoking-related cancer. To start, following World War II television captured the public’s attention as the next greatest technological advancement. Around the country, not only the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Internet Television

    Internet television started out in 2007 as websites like Netflix and Hulu were created to provide television shows for convenient watching. However, since then it has become increasing popular, making it possible to watch almost every show on demand and on the go. Internet television is has been taking the world by storm for the last seven years but is it going to take over television as we know it? Not only are shows from well-known broadcasting channels available on these platforms, but also…

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  • How Television Changed American Culture

    once said,“Television’s future is as expansive as the human mind can comprehend.” This is true considering the enormous advances that have been made in the television industry, since Philo Farnsworth first demonstrated it to the public in 1927. In 1945 it was estimated that there were less than 10,000 television sets in American households, which later rose to 52 million sets in 1960. Nowadays 96.7 percent of Americans have a television in their household, and the average American watches 5…

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