Effective Advertising Decisions in Television Sports Programs
This study examines the compatibility of televised sports programs and integrated advertising based on audience attention, attitude toward commercials, and awareness of sponsorships. A 2003 national survey suggests that sports fans tend to be more susceptible toward the marketing messages than non-fans watching either continuous or discontinuous sports.
KeywordsConsumer Research Advertising Message Sport Program Advertising Effectiveness Persuasion Knowledge
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