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Unformatted text preview: 3-12Magazine CoversoIn 2005: 41% of all magazine covers entertainment or celebrity relatedoIn 2006: 44% of all magazine covers entertainment or celebrity relatedCombined Circulation sales revenueoPeople: $532 millionoUS Weekly: $252 millionoIn Touch Weekly: $128 millionRate baseoHow many viewers will see what is in the magazine. This is for the advertisers. oEx. People picking up the magazines.oStarting to plateau after the rise.oRate bases are down in '07Who started the celebrity magazines?oPeople Magazine•Actually has "real" contentPaparazzi follows people around. Everywhere. Trend setters look for common things among celebrities, create trendsWhy do people like this pure shit?oThey want to compare themselves to the celebrities, see themselves in themoThey want to see the relationshipsCelebrity Gossip sitesoPerezhilton.com•Sites that allows bloggers and people that comment to cut down celebrities (yay)3-17Guest SpeakerImagesoImages are what directs our daily lifeoWhat is an image?•Something we see, oImages change with each perspectiveoDude went to the Grammy's •Amy Winehouse didn’t come because of passport problems but showed up on the satellite to the Grammy's•Natasha Bedingfield was there in person and people were going ape-shitoThere are many iconic images that stick in our minds that we will never forget.•They tend to have a personal feeling to us, hit us at heartoWhy do images last?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course JOUR 1000 taught by Professor Brianbrooks during the Spring '07 term at Missouri (Mizzou).
- Spring '07