History ProductPlacement / LiveActionTV

11th Feb '16 7:51:20 PM staticat09
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** Worse still, the obvious Amazon.com product placement ''on'' an Apple laptop. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJCAYS_i5Ls You'd swear it was a commercial.]]
18th Jan '16 10:54:08 AM TheRarispy
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* ''Series/AngieTribeca'': ** The pilot has a {{running gag}} in which every single time Angie and Jay get into or out of their car, a giant "www.(Ford logo).com" shows up in the lower third. Then it starts showing up when they're getting into another, non-Ford car. Then it just randomly shows up while they're in the office. ** In "The Famous Ventriloquist Did It," Tanner and Jay spend a good minute talking about how a Snickers candy bar really satisfies.
16th Jan '16 11:35:04 PM dsneybuf
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* ''[[Theatre/TheWiz The Wiz Live!]]'': Addaperle the Good Witch of the North informs Dorothy that Apple produced her Magic Slate (which in the original book of ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', was just an unbranded chalk slate). However, audiences don't see an Apple logo on the slate, due to it having a cover color-coordinated with Addaperle's dress.
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* ''[[Theatre/TheWiz The Wiz Live!]]'': Addaperle the Good Witch of the North informs Dorothy that Apple produced her Magic Slate (which the musical upgraded from an unbranded chalk slate, used by the Good Witch in the original book of ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', was just to an unbranded chalk slate).electronic tablet). However, audiences don't see an Apple logo on the slate, due to it having a cover color-coordinated with Addaperle's dress.
14th Jan '16 7:09:04 AM dsneybuf
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* ''[[Theatre/TheWiz The Wiz Live!]]'': Addaperle the Good Witch of the North informs Dorothy that Apple produced her Magic Slate (which in the original book of ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', was just an unbranded chalk slate). However, audiences don't see an Apple logo on the slate, due to it having a cover color-coordinated with Addaperle's dress.
1st Jan '16 6:45:35 PM nombretomado
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** The most extreme examples of ''{{Smallville}}'''s glut of product placements include a melodramatic locker room scene before the BigGame where the camera lingers on Clark's Old Spice Red Zone deodorant in "Jinx", the Angel of Vengeance's use of Acuvue contact lenses when supersuited up in "Vengeance" (to which Chloe painfully states "Acuvue to the rescue!"), and a ProductPromotionParade in "Noir" where Jimmy Olsen plays Chloe a goodbye playlist by hooking up his Apple iPod to her Toyota Yaris before snapping a farewell photo of them using his Nikon Coolpix camera. It's a testament to the durability of product placements that I was able to recall all of these from memory. Ugh.
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** The most extreme examples of ''{{Smallville}}'''s their glut of product placements include a melodramatic locker room scene before the BigGame where the camera lingers on Clark's Old Spice Red Zone deodorant in "Jinx", the Angel of Vengeance's use of Acuvue contact lenses when supersuited up in "Vengeance" (to which Chloe painfully states "Acuvue to the rescue!"), and a ProductPromotionParade in "Noir" where Jimmy Olsen plays Chloe a goodbye playlist by hooking up his Apple iPod to her Toyota Yaris before snapping a farewell photo of them using his Nikon Coolpix camera. It's a testament to the durability of product placements that I was able to recall all of these from memory. Ugh.
30th Dec '15 7:50:43 AM sinndogg
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** The Red Bull placement in the second episode of Season 4 was downright {{Anvilicious}}, to the point where you could argue that Dexter's sleep deprivation subplot was actually written as a vehicle for it.
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** The Red Bull placement placements in the second episode of Season 4 was downright {{Anvilicious}}, to the point where you could argue that Dexter's sleep deprivation subplot was actually written as a vehicle were borderline-{{Anvilicious}}, even for it.a show that's no stranger to this trope.
30th Dec '15 7:47:02 AM sinndogg
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the Red Bull placement in the second episode is notorious for its lack of subtlety.
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the The Red Bull placement in the second episode is notorious of Season 4 was downright {{Anvilicious}}, to the point where you could argue that Dexter's sleep deprivation subplot was actually written as a vehicle for its lack of subtlety.it.
30th Dec '15 3:52:10 AM sinndogg
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the Red Bull placement in episode 2 is notorious for its lack of subtlety.
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the Red Bull placement in the second episode 2 is notorious for its lack of subtlety.
30th Dec '15 3:51:29 AM sinndogg
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the Red Bull placement in episode 2 is probably the most obvious. Dexter spends a couple of scenes drinking the stuff to deal with sleep deprivation, and the camera makes a point of fixating on some of his empty cans in a few shots.
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the Red Bull placement in episode 2 is probably the most obvious. Dexter spends a couple notorious for its lack of scenes drinking the stuff to deal with sleep deprivation, and the camera makes a point of fixating on some of his empty cans in a few shots.subtlety.
30th Dec '15 3:48:11 AM sinndogg
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the most obvious has to be the Red Bull placement in the second episode, where Dexter drinks several cans while in a sleep-deprived state. There's a few shots where the camera makes a point of fixating on one of his empty cans for a second or two.
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** Season 4 is [[http://brandsandfilms.com/2010/09/brands-for-serial-killers/ rife with product placements]], but the most obvious has to be the Red Bull placement in episode 2 is probably the second episode, where most obvious. Dexter drinks several cans while in spends a sleep-deprived state. There's a few shots where couple of scenes drinking the stuff to deal with sleep deprivation, and the camera makes a point of fixating on one some of his empty cans for in a second or two.few shots.
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