Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face Why insert a brand into the production, when you can insert production into the brand? Critic Andrew Wallenstein reviews two branding-inspired webisode series, which are actually quite funny.
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Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face

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Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face

Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face

Webisodes Turn Product Placement On Its Face

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Product placement is omnipresent. Now there is a new form of the practice, put to use in a new Webisode series. Instead of inserting the brand into the production, these new series essentially insert the production into the brand. Critic Andrew Wallenstein reviews how fictional plots play out inside the real-life companies being promoted.