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  • Did Chevrolet Have to Make America Cry With Its New Christmas Ad?

    12/22/2021 11:36:43 AM PST · by Kid Shelleen · 53 replies
    RedState.Com ^ | 12/16/2021 | Joe Cunningham |
    I am not sure who told Chevrolet that what we really needed this Christmas was to ugly cry over an ad they produced for the holidays, but whoever it was needs to go sit in the corner and think about what they’ve done. You may have seen the shortened version of this ad, titled “Holiday Ride,” on TV. But you don’t get the full emotional impact without seeing the extended four-minute version, which is a tear-jerker and hit me harder than listening to my child ask me why Mufasa wasn’t waking up.
  • BREAKING: Video showing shooting between Fatah and Hezbollah thugs at funeral in Lebanon

    12/12/2021 6:32:02 AM PST · by JerusalemOne · 21 replies
    NEWSRAEL ^ | Dec 12, 2021 | NEWSRAEL
    BREAKING: Video showing shooting between Fatah and Hezbollah thugs at funeral in Lebanon The Lebanese channel al-Nasra reports eight wounded as a result of gunfire between Hamas and Fatah members during the funeral of Hamas member Hamza Shahin in the al-Burj a-Shamali refugee camp in Lebanon. At the same time, this video of the shooting was published in Palestinian media. Get FREE News from Israel and the Middle East without MSM bias - NEWSRAEL in your App Store!
  • Conservatives and liberals feel differently about the products they purchase -- Here's how companies can use this to improve sales

    12/02/2021 6:58:16 PM PST · by aimhigh · 21 replies
    EurekaAlert ^ | 12/02/2021 | AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION
    Researchers from Catholic University of Portugal, Boston College, Korea University, University of Texas at San Antonio, and Rice University published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that identifies customers’ political ideology as an important driver of their satisfaction. The study, forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing, is titled “How Political Identity Shapes Customer Satisfaction” . . Customer satisfaction is of utmost importance to firms. It drives customer word-of-mouth, loyalty, and sales, which is why many firms spend millions or even billions of dollars innovating the customer experience. This new research identifies customers’ political ideology as an important driver...
  • Watson Video: Social Engineering in TV Commercials

    11/15/2021 8:38:22 AM PST · by rightwingintelligentsia · 56 replies
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | November 13, 2021 | Paul Joseph Watson
    In his latest must-see video, commentator Paul Joseph Watson deconstructs and eviscerates, as only he can, the blatant social justice messaging being propagated through today's TV advertising. (Video at link)
  • Ad men sacked to improve gender pay gap win sex discrimination claim

    08/17/2021 2:03:33 PM PDT · by simpson96 · 11 replies
    U.K. Guardian ^ | 7/25/2021 | Staff
    Two white male creative directors at a top London advertising agency have won a sex discrimination claim after a female director vowed to “obliterate” its Mad Men reputation of being full of straight, white men. Chas Bayfield and Dave Jenner, both in their 50s and renowned creative directors at the J Walter Thompson (JWT) agency, were among five men axed from the agency, which is part of WPP, because bosses “urgently” wanted to address its poor gender pay gap, a tribunal court ruled. The men were dismissed in November 2018, shortly after the firm revealed a median gender pay gap...
  • Glock 43X Black: Best Self-Defense Gun For Concealed Carry?

    04/21/2021 5:50:19 AM PDT · by Onthebrink · 23 replies
    19FortyFive ^ | 4/21/2021 | Caleb Larson
    Glock’s Slimlines offer shooters a thinner pistol frame, ideal for shooters with smaller hands or for situations when concealment is a must. This is achieved by using a thinner, 10-round standard magazine. Although a 10-round magazine certainly offers a lower capacity than some of Glock’s standard pistol sizes, it is nearly unparalleled for a subcompact pistol size. It is worth mentioning too that the 43X is chambered in 9x19mm. Although this is by no means the most powerful handgun cartridge on the market, combined with the 43X’s 10-round magazine capacity, it’s not a bad choice at all.
  • The Excellent Hornady ELD-X

    04/19/2021 6:09:31 AM PDT · by w1n1 · 6 replies
    Am Shooting Journal ^ | 4/19/2021 | P Massaro
    Hornady's low drag, expanding bullet 'delivers accuracy both at the bench and in the hunting fields.'The rain had just subsided, though the streams were too swollen to cross. In spite of the fact that temperatures had risen significantly – the previous morning was in the low single digits – the runoff created a natural barrier between us and the mule deer buck we had just glassed on the hillside at over 1,000 yards. So, with Plan A foiled, we regrouped and planted the seeds of what would become Plan B: glass the innumerable coulees, gullies and canyons in a frantic...
  • Uproar in Japan Over Valentino's Kimono-Belt 'Trampling' Ad Featuring Takuya Kimura's Daughter

    04/03/2021 3:10:01 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 23 replies
    AsiaOne ^ | APRIL 02, 2021 | Julian Ryall
    Japanese model Kiko seen in the discontinued ad campaign for Valentino’s Japan spring/summer 2021 collection. Photo: Weibo Photos for Valentino showing Japanese model Koki walking in high heels on a traditional obi kimono belt, and wearing shoes inside, have whipped up a storm of social media criticism amid accusations the luxury Italian fashion house was “trampling on” Japanese culture. The images, part of a promotional shoot for the Milan-headquartered company’s Japan spring/summer 2021 collection ‘Valentino Collezione Milano for Women’, show Koki sitting on an obi , which is traditionally made of the same material as a kimono and worn as...
  • AT&T actress Milana Vayntrub responds to online body shaming: 'You've lost the privilege of looking at it'

    03/25/2021 7:20:48 AM PDT · by C19fan · 77 replies
    Yahoo ^ | March 24, 2021 | Elsie Sole
    Milana Vayntrub — who stars in a long-running AT&T campaign— responded to another round of online sexual harassment following recent ads that air during the NCAA Tournament. The 34-year-old actress, who plays AT&T saleswoman "Lily Adams" in the media company's advertisements and who has acted in television shows like This Is Us and Days of Our Lives, tweeted on March 20: "Been getting a lot of 'Why are they placing her body like that in those ads?' Well, I direct the ads. I place myself like that. And it’s because of the thousands of unwelcome comments I receive about my...
  • Sushi Promo Sees Taiwanese Rush to Change Their Names to ‘Salmon’

    03/18/2021 6:15:37 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 7 replies
    FreeMalaysiaToday ^ | March 18, 2021
    A top Taiwanese official issued a plea today for people to stop changing their name to “salmon” after dozens made the unusual move to take advantage of a restaurant promotion. In a phenomenon that has been dubbed “Salmon Chaos” by local media, around 150 mostly young people flocked to government offices in recent days to officially register a change in their name. SNIP Under the two day promotion which ended today, any customer whose ID card contained “Gui Yu” – the Chinese characters for salmon – would be entitled to an all-you-can-eat sushi meal along with five friends. Taiwan allows...
  • Big Tech Censorship Is Now Hitting Completely Non-Political Businesses And Nonprofits

    03/04/2021 6:41:25 AM PST · by Kaslin · 8 replies
    The Federalist ^ | March 4, 2021 | Phillip Stutts
    Three stories about apolitical businesses and charities, like the many others before them, portend a scary future for using social media platforms to market one's cause or business.Three stories about apolitical businesses and charities, like the many others before them, portend a scary future for using social media platforms to market one's cause or business. The second story is even worse. It involves an incredible charity called the Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center (ECCAC), whose mission is to provide support for children who have been sexually or physically abused, neglected, or assaulted. What was ECCAC’S social media crime?Facebook categorizes ECCAC...
  • My Proposal to Restore Publisher Profitability

    02/20/2021 9:34:02 AM PST · by Brian Griffin · 11 replies
    02/20/2021 | Brian Griffin
    I read that Alphabet(Google) gets about 52% of Internet advertising revenue and Facebook about 28%. Such percentages, if so, are bad news to newspapers and other publishers. What I propose is that newspapers and other publishers build the ability to bypass the Internet giants and keep almost all the ad revenue that their hard work makes possible. This means directly gathering information on what their readers wish to buy. In return for a reader occasionally telling their newspaper what ads they would most like to see, the reader would be able to get to read articles, perhaps say five articles...
  • Conservative Coalition Launches Multimillion Dollar Ad Blitz to Expose Biden’s ‘Unity’ Farce

    02/18/2021 11:23:58 AM PST · by JV3MRC · 6 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | 2/18/2021 | Joseph Vazquez
    A coalition of three conservative groups launched a multimillion dollar ad campaign to expose to America why President Joe Biden’s inaugural call for “unity” was a leftist joke. The Judicial Crisis Network (JCN), Heritage Action for America and Americans for Public Trust released three ads revealing Biden’s gaslighting on “unity.” That theoretical call was undercut by the extreme liberal agenda of his policy and personnel choices. Politico reported that one of the ads highlight “the role ‘dark money’ played in electing Biden as well as shaping his Cabinet and policies.” The liberal outlet described the campaign as “biting.”
  • An Eagle-Eyed look at Vortex Strike Eagle Optics

    02/17/2021 8:09:08 AM PST · by w1n1 · 5 replies
    Am Shooting Journal ^ | 2/17/2021 | N Perna
    A SWAT Officer puts Vortex's 1×8 Low Variable Power Optic through its Paces at Two-Day Carbine Class. Holographic optics have come a long way in a very short time. They went mainstream in the late 1990s, and by the early 2000s were extremely popular with the military, law enforcement and civilian shooters. In the beginning there were a few major brands: Aimpoint, EO Tech, Trijicon. But the Global War on Terrorism turned holographic optics from “nice to have” into “must have,” as American troops were routinely outshooting their opponents armed primarily with iron sight weapons. In the field of magnified...
  • The 3 Worst Things About That Terrible Jeep Super Bowl Ad

    02/08/2021 6:09:39 AM PST · by Onthebrink · 137 replies
    Federalist ^ | 2/7/2021 | Mollie Hemmingway
    In a generally weak year for Super Bowl commercials, Jeep’s stood out for being particularly obnoxious and tone-deaf. Called “The Middle,” left-wing political activist and world-famous singer Bruce Springsteen narrated and starred in the ad about how the country has been divided, but now it has a bright future as the “ReUnited States of America.” While advertisements that appeal to virtues in order to increase sales and profits can work — see Toyota’s beautiful ad about the joy in adopting a child with special needs — this one fell flat and faced mockery and opposition from many viewers. Here are...
  • Advertisers Expected to Tackle Serious Issues in Super Bowl Spots (from Dec; now, they've backed off...because they are on the run)

    01/26/2021 7:28:45 PM PST · by DoodleBob · 81 replies
    Front Office Sports ^ | December 4, 2020 | Michael McCarthy
    Most Super Bowl commercials take a lighthearted approach, with cute kids, funny dogs, talking babies. Think of the adorable, pint-sized Darth Vader using the “force” to start up his dad’s Volkswagen Passat in 2011. Or two cute Dalmatian pups separated at birth for a Budweiser spot in 1999. But this February, sports marketing experts predict CBS Sports’ telecast of Super Bowl LV will feature more serious advertising messages that tackle topics like racial justice, white privilege, and the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. Nationwide protests inspired by the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police and the loss of...
  • Budweiser joins Coke, Pepsi brands in sitting out Super Bowl

    01/25/2021 8:30:07 AM PST · by mikelets456 · 50 replies
    MY Fox 8 ^ | MY Fox8
    NEW YORK (AP) — For the first time since 1983, when Anheuser-Busch used all of its ad time to introduce a beer called Bud Light, the beer giant isn’t advertising its iconic Budweiser brand during the Super Bowl. Instead, it’s donating the money it would have spent on the ad to coronavirus vaccination awareness efforts. Anheuser-Busch still has four minutes of advertising during the game for its other brands including Bud Light, Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade, Michelob Ultra and Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer. Those are some of its hottest sellers, particularly among younger viewers. But the decision to not do...
  • TV ads and US Demographics

    01/04/2021 9:47:49 AM PST · by econjack · 165 replies
    NA ^ | 1/4/2021 | econjack
    Do current TV ads reflect the current demographics in the US? If so, over half the US couples are bi-racial or gay. I guess I just haven't been paying attention to what's going on around me. Anyone else notice this, or am I just watching different ads?
  • 50 Years Ago: The Last Cigarette Ad Appears on Television

    01/02/2021 2:07:28 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 79 replies
    The end of televised cigarette ads changed everything from the entertainment industry to advertising itself. Tyler SageAt 11:50 PM on Jan. 1, 1971, the last television ad for cigarettes ran on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, signaling the end of an era and shifting the media world in ways that are still being felt today. You can see the minute-long spot below. It features Virginia Slims' controversial attempt to cash in on the women's liberation movement with the tag line "You've come a long way, baby." Tobacco has played a role in American life for almost as long as...
  • The Fabricated Organic Food Market

    12/08/2020 10:10:02 AM PST · by Pining_4_TX · 22 replies
    American Council on Science and Health ^ | 12/08/20 | David Lightsey, MS
    In short, the organic industry knows that unless they can effectively demonize conventionally grown produce by creating a consumer misconception of superior safety and health of organics, using blatantly false and deceptive marketing methods, then the foundation of the whole organic food industry and its ability to enhance sales would be impossible. Consumers would simply be unable to justify the additional cost of the produce or products based upon the facts. Over the next few weeks, we will consider organic vs. conventional food adapted from The Myths of Nutrition Science. We will consider five typical consumer misconceptions, which leads them...