On this page:
- "Advertising media" is a book by Ed Brennen.
- "Advertising media" a.k.a. "Advertising media sourcebook" is a book by Arnold Barban & Donald W Jugenheimer.
- read more about Advertising media sourcebook
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Advertising media
Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):
Thus, advertising media is a vehicle or device that carries the message of the advertiser to ...
Advertising and Promotion (2010)
An Integrated Marketing Communications Approach by Chris Hackley
'Engagement' advertising media is a term used to describe advertising which is woven into the media consumption experience, as with, for example, product placement (discussed in Chapter 6) or internet advertising (discussed in Chapter 10).
Brooms, Brushes and Handles (1915)
Everything that makes for more publicity is considered as advertising and of course conspicuously outstanding among the advertising media is that of buying and using space in periodical publications. Periodical publications include ...
Engineering and Contracting (1908)
by Halbert Powers Gillette
Selecting advertising media is a good F. A. SMITH, ' J 6. Keying by asking the reader to send deal like digging molluscs. You can't tell AIYn0rNnCRRPTRK Prmidbht for catalogs designated by letters or num- by the looks of the shell what meat ...
Selecting advertising media is a good deal like digging molluscs. You can't tell by the looks of the shell what meat is inside. Pry thc'shell open and the contents may be mere sand. Keying an advertise— ment is the prying open of the shell.
by Director of the Program in Semiotics and Communication Theory Marcel Danesi, PH.D., Marcel Danesi
org advertising impressions number of times that an advertisement actually reaches an intended audience, that is, the total number of views by all audience members advertising media communication channels that ...
by Robert E Stevens, David L Loudon, Kenneth E. Clow, Donald Baack
Thetraditional advertising media are television, radio, magazines, newspapers, billboards, and, more recently, the Internet.In addition, there are alternative media that companies can use to deliver advertising messages. The most important ...
by Robert L. Heath
Advertising media planning (7th ed.). Chicago: McGraw-Hill. Marchand, R. (1998) . Creating the corporate soul: The rise of public relations and corporate imagery in big business. Berkeley: University of California Press. Miller, B. M. (2012).
by Frank William. Jefkins
media exposure analysis: measuring and interpreting exposure of respondents to different kinds of advertising media.
by Christine Ammer, Dean S. Ammer
The principal advertising media are newspapers (both national and local, and including classified advertising), radio and television (network and local), magazines, trade publications (particularly those directed to business, industry, and ...
by William Safire
Hughes wrote in an advertising magazine: “ The advertising media to which reference will be made... are newspapers, journals, magazines and such-like printed publications.” J. S. Huxley took a benign view ...
by T. E. Daniel-Kagbare
Advertising Media 1. Electronic Media: Television, Radio, Cinemas, Internet. Advantages: Electronic media can be used to target literate and illiterate audience. Television appeals to both visual and hearing senses. Disadvantages: copies ...
Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Advertising media
Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:
Share this page
Go to the wordplay of Advertising media for some fun with words!