I noticed both of those things, but never though that the cube was sponsored, but now it makes more sense. As long as they dont get too obtrusive I dont really mind the product placements if it keeps good shows getting made.
The Sprint logo was on the large mocked-up phone in the Japanese office. In a world of channel changing and DVRs, advertising is reverting back to its roots in sponsorships and product placements/integrations. Funny think is that logos and brand names get blocked out so that clients don't sue the movie studios and TV networks for using them without permission. Then those same brands pay other TV networks and movie studios to display those same products.
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moose wrote:I noticed both of those things, but never though that the cube was sponsored, but now it makes more sense. As long as they dont get too obtrusive I dont really mind the product placements if it keeps good shows getting made.
The only thing that made it stick out is the camera shots when they were pulling up in it. If it was a 1980 Toyota Carolla, the shot would probably be worlds different. Nothing as blatant as Nissan Versa! though.
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