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In the history of American advertising, print has played a vital and interesting role.
Print advertising has been around as long as any medium, surviving the advent of radio, television, and internet, maintaining its steady influence all the while. There’s something truly iconic about a well-crafted print ad, and the agencies and brands that have done it well over the years have seen immense benefits as a result.
When you think of Santa Claus, we’re willing to bet that words like “jolly,” “bearded,” and “rosy-cheeked” come to mind. After all, that’s the image of Santa many of us — regardless of age — have grown to know and love, right?
The mall Santa that our parents forced us to take an annual photo with (despite the trauma it caused). The Santa we watched Tim Allen transform into in the first installment of The Santa Clause trilogy. And the Santa we’ve seen used in countless holiday advertisements — from Coca-Cola to Kodak.
Nike recently announced that it has signed a “lifetime” deal with LeBron James, who has been a brand spokesperson for the company for the past 12 years. The deal, the first of its kind for the brand and possibly the “largest single-athlete guarantee in company history,” is reported to be worth at least $60 million per year.
Whenever I’m watching a movie and I see a case of really obvious product placement, I can’t help but roll my eyes.
But product placement is everywhere, from the famous Mini Cooper car chase in the 2003 film The Italian Job to the cans of Mountain Dew rewarded to the winning team on CBS’s television series, Survivor.