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10th Dec '15 4:51:44 PM Lirodon
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* Some major sporting events (primarily the Olympics and [[UsefulNotes/TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]]) require venues with naming rights sponsors to be referred to under generic names (or in some cases, former names) during and within all media relating to the event, as the naming rights sponsor does not have sponsorship rights to the event itself. As an example, during the 2006 World Cup, most sponsored venues were re-named "FIFA World Cup Stadium ''[city name]'' (the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg instead used its historic name of Frankenstadion), and during the 2012 Olympics, the O2 Arena in London was unceremoniously renamed North Greenwich Arena.
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* Some major sporting events (primarily the Olympics and [[UsefulNotes/TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]]) require venues with naming rights sponsors to be referred to under generic names (or in some cases, former names) during and within all media relating to the event, as the naming rights sponsor does not have sponsorship rights to the event itself. As an example, during the 2006 World Cup, most sponsored venues were re-named "FIFA World Cup Stadium ''[city name]'' name]''" (the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg instead used its historic name of Frankenstadion), and during the 2012 Olympics, the O2 Arena in London was unceremoniously renamed North Greenwich Arena.Arena, and Sports Direct Arena (much to the satisfaction of critics of the very unpopular sponsorship) reverted to St. James Park.
7th Dec '15 9:58:21 AM dsneybuf
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* In the ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novels, [[TeenGenius Kuroki, Uesugi and Kozuka]] went into [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaisei_Academy Kaisei Academy]], one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. Their school is no longer named in the anime, only referred to as "the elite private school." Strangely, Wakatake and Aya's schools also get this treatment in the anime despite being fictional in the first place.
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* In the ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novels, [[TeenGenius Kuroki, Uesugi and Kozuka]] went into [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaisei_Academy Kaisei Academy]], one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. Their school is no longer named in the anime, only referred to as "the elite private school." Strangely, Wakatake and Aya's schools also get this treatment in the anime despite being fictional in the first place.

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* In the ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novels, [[TeenGenius Kuroki, Uesugi and Kozuka]] went into [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaisei_Academy Kaisei Academy]], one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. Their school is no longer named in the anime, only referred to as "the elite private school." Strangely, Wakatake and Aya's schools also get this treatment in the anime despite being fictional in the first place.
6th Dec '15 12:17:13 AM SamCurt
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* In the ''Literature/TanteiTeamKZJikenNote'' novels, [[TeenGenius Kuroki, Uesugi and Kozuka]] went into [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaisei_Academy Kaisei Academy]], one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. Their school is no longer named in the anime, only referred to as "the elite private school." Strangely, Wakatake and Aya's schools also get this treatment in the anime despite being fictional in the first place.
29th Nov '15 10:45:54 PM mlsmithca
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It says quite clearly on the page for And The Fandom Rejoiced not to link to it. It is for in-universe examples and links from the descriptions at the beginning of related trope pages only.
** The worst was Camp Snoopy when it became Park at MOA. The Snoopy-related theming was quickly removed after Cedar Fair stopped running the park, which led to some rides having Peanuts artwork quickly painted over. The sports bar had just the statues removed leaving a ball hanging in mid-air. The park has since become ''Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Universe''
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** The worst was Camp Snoopy when it became Park at MOA. The Snoopy-related theming was quickly removed after Cedar Fair stopped running the park, which led to some rides having Peanuts artwork quickly painted over. The sports bar had just the statues removed leaving a ball hanging in mid-air. The park has since become ''Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} Universe''Universe''.

* Some major sporting events (primarily the Olympics and [[TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]]) require venues with naming rights sponsors to be referred to under generic names (or in some cases, former names, which [[AndTheFandomRejoiced may result in rejoice from fans who liked the old name better]]) during and within all media relating to the event, as the naming rights sponsor does not have sponsorship rights to the event itself. As an example, during the 2006 World Cup, most sponsored venues were re-named "FIFA World Cup Stadium ''[city name]'' (the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg instead used its historic name of Frankenstadion), and during the 2012 Olympics, the 02 Arena in London was unceremoniously renamed North Greenwich Arena.
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* Some major sporting events (primarily the Olympics and [[TheWorldCup [[UsefulNotes/TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]]) require venues with naming rights sponsors to be referred to under generic names (or in some cases, former names, which [[AndTheFandomRejoiced may result in rejoice from fans who liked the old name better]]) names) during and within all media relating to the event, as the naming rights sponsor does not have sponsorship rights to the event itself. As an example, during the 2006 World Cup, most sponsored venues were re-named "FIFA World Cup Stadium ''[city name]'' (the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg instead used its historic name of Frankenstadion), and during the 2012 Olympics, the 02 O2 Arena in London was unceremoniously renamed North Greenwich Arena.
29th Nov '15 9:51:05 PM Lirodon
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* When Germany hosted the [[TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]] in 2006, many of the stadia used for the tournament had to be officially referred to by the generic name of "FIFA World Cup Stadium [name of the city]", because many of the modern stadia in Germany are sponsored, but FIFA does not allow sponsorship if it's not by their own sponsors (e.g. Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Castrol). So the Allianz Arena became FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich, for example. The only exception was the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg, which was simply referred to by its old name, Frankenstadion.
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* When Germany hosted Some major sporting events (primarily the Olympics and [[TheWorldCup FIFA World Cup]] in 2006, many of the stadia used for the tournament had Cup]]) require venues with naming rights sponsors to be officially referred to by the under generic names (or in some cases, former names, which [[AndTheFandomRejoiced may result in rejoice from fans who liked the old name of better]]) during and within all media relating to the event, as the naming rights sponsor does not have sponsorship rights to the event itself. As an example, during the 2006 World Cup, most sponsored venues were re-named "FIFA World Cup Stadium [name of the city]", because many of the modern stadia in Germany are sponsored, but FIFA does not allow sponsorship if it's not by their own sponsors (e.g. Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Castrol). So the Allianz Arena became FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich, for example. The only exception was the ''[city name]'' (the [=EasyCredit=] Stadium in Nuremberg, which Nuremberg instead used its historic name of Frankenstadion), and during the 2012 Olympics, the 02 Arena in London was simply referred to by its old name, Frankenstadion.unceremoniously renamed North Greenwich Arena.
29th Nov '15 9:28:19 PM Lirodon
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* For its UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} coverage, Creator/{{ESPN}} has a policy which basically states that companies can't get free promotion by simply holding the naming rights to a race, they also have to pay ESPN. If you don't, they'll use a generic title like "NASCAR Sprint Cup series at ''[location]'', telecast presented by [=GoDaddy.com=]". And this applies ''everywhere'', on all graphics, voiceovers, even the ticker. Though, [[TropesAreNotBad at least]] this practice also censored the ridiculous, long-winded sponsor title the Brickyard 400 got in 2013, ''Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard, powered by [=BigMachineRecords.com=]'' (They just called it "Brickyard 400, presented by Cracker Barrel")
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* For its UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} coverage, Creator/{{ESPN}} has had a policy which basically states that companies can't couldn't get free promotion by simply holding the naming rights to a race, they also have had to pay ESPN. If you don't, they'll didn't, they refused to use the "official" name and used a generic title like with their own sponsor instead (such as "NASCAR Sprint Cup series at ''[location]'', telecast presented by [=GoDaddy.com=]".com=]"). And this applies ''everywhere'', on all graphics, voiceovers, even the ticker. Though, [[TropesAreNotBad at least]] this practice also censored the ridiculous, long-winded sponsor title the Brickyard 400 got in 2013, ''Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard, powered by [=BigMachineRecords.com=]'' (They just called it "Brickyard 400, presented by Cracker Barrel")
13th Oct '15 5:54:06 AM dsneybuf
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant'' had a scene in the script in which the Giant's disembodied hand watches ''[[Series/WaltDisneyPresents Disneyland]]'', with a spiel for Tomorrowland appearing before Hogarth turns off the TV. Creator/{{Disney}} wouldn't let Creator/WarnerBros show a clip of one of their shows, so the animators replaced it with a Maypo commercial. The ReCut Signature Edition replaces the commercial with the Tomorrowland spiel.
17th Sep '15 10:07:21 AM dsneybuf
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* Logo plastering can also occur when distribution rights for a movie [[StudioHop pass on to a different studio]]. (eg, Current releases of ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' bear the Creator/WarnerBros shield instead of the Creator/{{Paramount}} mountain.)
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* Logo plastering can also occur when distribution rights for a movie [[StudioHop [[ChannelHop pass on to a different studio]]. (eg, Current releases of ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' bear the Creator/WarnerBros shield instead of the Creator/{{Paramount}} mountain.)
5th Sep '15 4:31:18 PM nombretomado
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* For its {{NASCAR}} coverage, Creator/{{ESPN}} has a policy which basically states that companies can't get free promotion by simply holding the naming rights to a race, they also have to pay ESPN. If you don't, they'll use a generic title like "NASCAR Sprint Cup series at ''[location]'', telecast presented by [=GoDaddy.com=]". And this applies ''everywhere'', on all graphics, voiceovers, even the ticker. Though, [[TropesAreNotBad at least]] this practice also censored the ridiculous, long-winded sponsor title the Brickyard 400 got in 2013, ''Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard, powered by [=BigMachineRecords.com=]'' (They just called it "Brickyard 400, presented by Cracker Barrel")
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* For its {{NASCAR}} UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} coverage, Creator/{{ESPN}} has a policy which basically states that companies can't get free promotion by simply holding the naming rights to a race, they also have to pay ESPN. If you don't, they'll use a generic title like "NASCAR Sprint Cup series at ''[location]'', telecast presented by [=GoDaddy.com=]". And this applies ''everywhere'', on all graphics, voiceovers, even the ticker. Though, [[TropesAreNotBad at least]] this practice also censored the ridiculous, long-winded sponsor title the Brickyard 400 got in 2013, ''Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard, powered by [=BigMachineRecords.com=]'' (They just called it "Brickyard 400, presented by Cracker Barrel")
5th Aug '15 6:20:19 PM TompaDompa
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* British Airways has received criticism for how, in its in-flight version of the ''Film/JamesBond'' flick ''Film/CasinoRoyale'', they have edited out the cameo of rival Richard Branson and obscured the tail-fin of one of Branson's Virgin Atlantic planes.
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* British Airways has received criticism for how, in its in-flight version of the ''Film/JamesBond'' flick ''Film/CasinoRoyale'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', they have edited out the cameo of rival Richard Branson and obscured the tail-fin of one of Branson's Virgin Atlantic planes.
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