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* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration (in their closing characters) to the various real-life providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being perused by characters in discovery scenes.

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* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration (in in their closing characters) credits to the various real-life providers of the ubiquitous libraries of real law books seen in the background of offices and being perused by characters in discovery scenes.


** Syndicated prints of the show use a bumper that goes like this: "Promotional Consideration for The Fairly Oddparents is provided by the following".



* Doubly parodied in WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}; the CouchGag at the beginning of a couple of shows had sponsors of Molten Boron (with the {{jingle}} 'Nobody doesn't like molten boron!') and Torgo's Executive Powder), and in-universe, the Omicronians' ritual eating of Leela in ''The Problem with Popplers'' was brought to you by Fishy Joe's new ''extreme'' walrus juice. (Ride the walrus!)

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* Doubly parodied in WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}; ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''; the CouchGag at the beginning of a couple of shows had sponsors of Molten Boron (with the {{jingle}} 'Nobody doesn't like molten boron!') and Torgo's Executive Powder), and in-universe, the Omicronians' ritual eating of Leela in ''The Problem with Popplers'' was brought to you by Fishy Joe's new ''extreme'' walrus juice. (Ride the walrus!)



* Many British game shows, such as Deal Or No Deal, give away holidays from icelolly.com, and aren't afraid of telling you about it.

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* Many British game shows, such as Deal ''Deal Or No Deal, Deal'', give away holidays from icelolly.com, and aren't afraid of telling you about it.


* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration (in their closing characters) to the various real-life providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being pursued by characters in discovery scenes.

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* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration (in their closing characters) to the various real-life providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being pursued perused by characters in discovery scenes.


* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration to the various providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being pursued by characters in discovery scenes.

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* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration (in their closing characters) to the various real-life providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being pursued by characters in discovery scenes.

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* All of {{Creator/Dick Wolf}}'s series, along with other law series such as ''Series/AllyMcBeal'', give promotional consideration to the various providers of the ubiquitous libraries of law books seen in the background of offices and being pursued by characters in discovery scenes.


* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''

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* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight''''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', which goes with the large variety of prizes offered: each show ends with a long scroll of companies that have provided items to the show. In the past, they also used the services of the below-mentioned Spiegel and Michael C. Fina catalog companies.


In a GameShow, the contribution is often prize money or goods (Game show fans often refer to them as "fee plugs"). In a Talk Show, contributions usually come in the form of hotel accommodations for the guests, or clothing for the host. Outside of genre considerations, many producers choose to pay accessibility (such as UsefulNotes/DescriptiveAudio) expenses for the program (either paying for or reimbursement of).

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In a GameShow, the contribution is often prize money or goods (Game show fans often refer to them as "fee plugs"). In a Talk Show, contributions usually come in the form of hotel accommodations for the guests, or clothing for the host. Outside of genre considerations, many producers choose to pay accessibility (such as UsefulNotes/DescriptiveAudio) UsefulNotes/AudioDescription) expenses for the program (either paying for or reimbursement of).


A subtrope of ProductPlacement, this is the practice by manufacturers and retailers of providing prize money or goods to the producers of a GameShow in exchange for being mentioned during the program. (Game show fans often refer to them as "fee plugs".)

It also turns up in Talk Shows, wherein the sponsors' contributions usually come in the form of hotel accommodations for the guests or clothing for the host and allow the sponsor to air a ten-second ad for their program, a form never offered in regular television advertising. Also used in a separate form where the ClosedCaptioning expenses for a program are paid for by a sponsor in exchange for a short ad, with Hot Pockets the main purveyor of this type of ad and sponsorship (appropriate for a product that only takes two minutes to cook).

Also done with syndicated dramas and sitcoms such as ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', even though the closed captioning is already done; at this point the promotional consideration is just a GeniusBonus for the syndicator to get a few more bucks.

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A subtrope of ProductPlacement, this is the practice by manufacturers and retailers of providing prize money or goods a direct contribution to the producers of a GameShow show in exchange for being mentioned during the program. program.

In a GameShow, the contribution is often prize money or goods
(Game show fans often refer to them as "fee plugs".)

It also turns up in
plugs"). In a Talk Shows, wherein the sponsors' Show, contributions usually come in the form of hotel accommodations for the guests guests, or clothing for the host and allow the sponsor host. Outside of genre considerations, many producers choose to air a ten-second ad for their program, a form never offered in regular television advertising. Also used in a separate form where the ClosedCaptioning pay accessibility (such as UsefulNotes/DescriptiveAudio) expenses for a the program are paid (either paying for by a sponsor in exchange for a short ad, with Hot Pockets the main purveyor of this type of ad and sponsorship (appropriate for a product that only takes two minutes to cook).

Also done with syndicated dramas and sitcoms such as ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', even though the closed captioning is already done; at this point the promotional consideration is just a GeniusBonus for the syndicator to get a few more bucks.
or reimbursement of).



!!ClosedCaptioning and other consideration for "Promotional Consideration" provided by:

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!!ClosedCaptioning !!UsefulNotes/ClosedCaptioning and other consideration considerations for "Promotional Consideration" are provided by:


* Parodied in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'', where {{Atlus}} and ArcSystemWorks (the publisher and developer of the game, respectively) are considered the sponsors of the "show."

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* Parodied in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'', where {{Atlus}} Creator/{{Atlus}} and ArcSystemWorks Creator/ArcSystemWorks (the publisher and developer of the game, respectively) are considered the sponsors of the "show."


* ''TheOprahWinfreyShow''

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* ''TheOprahWinfreyShow''''Series/TheOprahWinfreyShow''


A subtrope of ProductPlacement, this is the practice by manufacturers and retailers of providing prize money or goods to the producers of a GameShow in exchange for being mentioned during the program.

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A subtrope of ProductPlacement, this is the practice by manufacturers and retailers of providing prize money or goods to the producers of a GameShow in exchange for being mentioned during the program.
program. (Game show fans often refer to them as "fee plugs".)


* ''Series/KidsIncorporated'' had such bumpers during its earliest seasons - a rarity among scripted shows. An example can be found (after an OnTheNext bumper) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zocXgsct2nM here]].

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* ''Series/KidsIncorporated'' had such bumpers during its earliest seasons - a rarity among scripted shows. An example can be found (after an OnTheNext bumper) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zocXgsct2nM here]].here.]]


Also done with syndicated dramas and sitcoms such as ''TheBigBangTheory'', even though the closed captioning is already done; at this point the promotional consideration is just a GeniusBonus for the syndicator to get a few more bucks.

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Also done with syndicated dramas and sitcoms such as ''TheBigBangTheory'', ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', even though the closed captioning is already done; at this point the promotional consideration is just a GeniusBonus for the syndicator to get a few more bucks.



!!ClosedCaptioning and other consideration for "Promotional Considerations" provided by:

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!!ClosedCaptioning and other consideration for "Promotional Considerations" Consideration" provided by:


!!Promotional Consideration for this page has been provided by:

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!!Promotional Consideration !!ClosedCaptioning and other consideration for this page has been "Promotional Considerations" provided by:

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* Wrestling-themed clothing brand SPLX sponsored the inaugural Super Strong Style 16 tournament for Wrestling/{{Progress Wrestling}} in 2015. Several wrestlers who’ve wrestled for Progress are SPLX-sponsored athletes – Zack Sabre Jr, Dave Mastiff, Adam Cole and Prince Devitt.

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