Analyzing Creditability critical thinking 205 sunday november 22 2009

Analyzing Creditability critical thinking 205 sunday november 22 2009

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Analyzing Creditability Critical Thinking 205 Analyzing Creditability University of Phoenix Mark Watson November 22, 2009 Wendy Leatherwood It would appear that both the Commercial and the Interview performed by Larry King would have been paid for by the creator’s network and the franchise company themselves. There was an absence of sponsorship advertisements which might have indicated that a third party was involved with the launching of each media tool. The Larry King interview did not seem to have a slant in it. It was an interview between two people that consisted of direct questions from Larry King specific to the topic, with no other opinions other than the response of Rudy Giuliani. Larry King himself did not form any opinion or offer a response that would indicate a slant from a secondary source. No other view points or opinions were indicated from other sources apart from the two involved in the conversation. The Wendy’s advertisement did have a secondary opinion from customers in their advertisement.
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One of the advertisements was a combination of the customers opinion on there product, as well as Wendy’s creators opinion on there product. The Wendy’s commercial reflects that society like fresh products rather than one’s that are
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT COM130 taught by Professor Pearlman during the Winter '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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