Dealmaking Strategies & Techniques for Industry Professionals
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Our media options have increased and evolved more in the last decade then over the last century. This evolution affects all aspects of our lives and, more specifically, has forever altered how consumers interact with the brands vying for their attention on all types of media outlets. In todays world, a brand cannot just preserve the status quo but must be positioned correctly within a tumultuous world of options for both advertisers and consumers. One of the big questions for a brand manager is whether to place the brand inside content thats created exclusively with the brand in mind? This is the idea behind Branded Entertainment (BE). It is not product placement but a concept where brands and solid, entertaining content become truly intertwined.This book provides a thorough and practical understanding of the BE business. It explains the roles and thought process of all parties involved in a potential deal: the brands, the networks, the content producers, and the ad/marketing agencies. Branded Entertainment outlines the many different scenarios that could surface in these arrangements depending on who leads a deal and who accepts production costs. It summarizes the dos and donts of this business and gives the reader a checklist of things to keep in mind when at the deal table.Key Features:Demystifies the concept of Branded Entertainment and separates what truly belongs in a BE deal and what does notProvides a context and rules for BE deals which have not been defined in the current media business environmentOutlines deal parameters and considerations for brands, networks, ad agencies, and content producers (both in-house and independents)Describes the team that should be built by each party so the sides reach profitable agreements that meet the goals of all the players
|Sold By||J. Ross Publishing|
|ISBNs||1604277556, 1604270942, 9781604270945, 9781604277555|
|Number of Pages||256|