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Noun1.informercial - a television commercial presented in the form of a short documentary
commercial, commercial message - a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
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The National Bureau of Investigation has also filed graft raps before the Ombudsman against Salazar in connection with the rigged contract for the ERC informercial project.
"Social media isn't like that old informercial saying, 'Just set it and forget it.' It's really the exact opposite.
While touring keeps many entertainers busy, the big money in the music business still clearly resides in the grand venues like Staples Center or 4,000-seaters like the Axis in Las Vegas or, even more important, in brand tie-ins like Lady Gaga's informercial for snack chips.
It's subversive -- or not really subversive (it's still a Lego informercial) but at least it wants to be subversive, which is probably the next best thing.
The long-form informercial advises consumers about the clinically proven benefits of Tanda Pearl and the importance of a healthy, white smile.
Powin said that its CPP takes advantage of its relationships with select Chinese banks and TV informercial outlets.
There's More!, a history and expose of the informercial industry.
Poesie as inadvertent autobiography, like a blog a "advertent" informercial. Interesting position, perhaps now, given the return of the disgraced beak of the "I", in regard to earlier rejection of Olson, Ginsberg, and O'Hara by the core faculty LPers, but now as though "projected" onto the new Grand Piano project.
In today's news from newspaper campaign blogs: gunsmith forced to resign from his own company after endorsing Obama, Electronic Retailing Association responds to Tucker Bounds after Obama informercial, and uses humiliation to get the vote out.