Commercial

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Commercial

1. Describing a company or other organization that produces, transports, or sells a commodity.

2. An advertisement, especially one broadcast on television. See also: Marketing.
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During the SAG-AFTRA commercial contracts negotiations three years ago, a joint committee comprised of SAG, AFTRA and representatives from the advertising industry was appointed to investigate methods and technologies to monitor the use of television and radio commercials.
Borrowing techniques taught by Norman McLaren, it raised the bar on Canadian commercials.
LANCASTER - What began as a class project has turned into a national commercial for teenagers in a media and leadership class at Paraclete High School.
However, neither commercial appeared to have a significant impact on public perceptions of President Bush's handling of Social Security reform.
19, 1978, SAG and AFTRA went on strike over the commercials contract.
0 include faster navigation, the addition of new and larger templates, greatly enhanced customization ability, the ability to create commercials in one format then automatically transfer them to alternate layouts, the option to create individual commercials as "finished templates" and then save them for future editing and re-use, the ability to personalize the commercials with each recipients name, and the addition of both a Sound and Image library, allowing users to change sounds and images at will by either selecting from eWorldMedia's stock photography and music selections, or upload their own.
For broadcast commercials, actors now get nearly $500 the first time an ad is aired, roughly $120 the second time, and less each time thereafter, which can add up to thousands of dollars.
PDI/DreamWorks (formerly PDI), the animation and visual effects affiliate of DreamWorks SKG, today announced the reorganization of its Commercial Division to more effectively meet the needs of its current and future advertising and commercial production clients and appointed a new management team, Mary Maffei and Julie Haddon, to lead the unit.
All good things must end, and now TV Land's commercials are mostly of the current variety.
PDI's Commercial & Feature Effects Division produces CG imagery for commercials and motion pictures for a variety of clients.
Directors specializing in films and television have become far more willing to work on commercials.
A total of 234 volunteers, chosen at random, charted their second-by-second reactions to the national Olympic commercials using hand-held meters to register how much they liked or disliked a commercial.