the four letters assigned by the comunications comission to identify a paticular broad cast television station
the way in wich two or more people resolve their disputes
a large bisnuess courperation that ownsa variety of diffrent types of companies
video recorded for earlier news casts about the same or similar subject
a way a television program tells its story
the efforts by television outlets to reach a spacific demographic or psychographic groupe
statistics about people grouped by their intrests, habbits, attitudes and values.
violence that servs a role in a storys plot
a slang expression for television news anchormen
the truck used by a television news crew doing reporting away from the studio
tries to presuade you to buy a product sometimes by promising to give you something els like a discount or coupon
uses theis people to grab our attetion
we rely on theis people to give us advice on things we dont know ourselvs
used to sell us products that claim to fix the problem
it grabs our attetion and its a powerful presuatuin techneique
the language of ads is full of intensifyers
often used to sell everyday products
used within an advocacy message or a message its self
shown people testifying about values or quality of a product, or endorsing an idea
uses segimenyle imiges so stimulate feelings of pleasure comfort and delight
can be effected simply by appearing firm, bold, strong and confident
bland or abstract terms used instead of clearer more graphic words
draws huge conclutions on the basis of a few small facts
loves to flatter us
links a person or idea to a negitive symbol
believe to think they are better tan old things/ old ideas
many advitizers involve a time when life was simpler and quality was suppositivly better

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