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Topic 8 DQ 2 At what point does entertainment end and marketing begin? Why did you draw the line there? Class, These questions are hard to come up with references. The information provided below is my own thoughts of 45 years of living. So, my reference will be me and me interviewing myself. These are my thoughts. We have commercials on TV, Radio, Movie’s, or the internet. They are all designed to entertain us for a brief moment-in-time to get us to like a product or service. While we are being delighted, a company is marketing at the same time. They are trying to get us to buy something. Look at Sonic. We have to grown men acting like a couple of school girls. To some people, this may be entertaining, but to me, it’s a turn off I got to sonic less now because of these two. (I get it. They are getting paid to act this way. But I don’t dig it.) We can look at Capital One Credit Cards with Jennifer Garner. Or every time we go to the movie’s or watch a VHS/ DVD, and we have to watch 2-4 trailers of upcoming movies to the theater or being released on VHS/DVD.
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