pack shot

pack shot

n
(Marketing) (in television advertising) a close-up of the product being advertised, usually so that the viewer can register its logo and packaging
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Nevertheless, when a piece of content is literally constructed on the basis of specific time slots for side- by-side comparison, torture tests, family drama and pack shot, the result can only be an offspring of Frankenstein.
Pack shot wide from distance for the hosts as the game entered its closing stages with both sides having made their full allocation of substitutions.
Marlon Pack shot wide for the hosts early on when given time and space 20 yards out, but it was one of few moments of excitement.
The Ducks had to overcome 20 turnovers - one off their season high - while the Wolf Pack shot just 28.
The firm said: "We want to make it absolutely clear that Marmite did not give the BNP permission to use a pack shot of our product in their broadcast.
In a statement, the firm said: "We want to make it absolutely clear that Marmite did not give the BNP permission to use a pack shot of our product in their broadcast.
The Wolf Pack shot a Northridge Gym-record 61 free throws, making 38.
The Advertising Standards Authority stepped in after a customer complained that a poster featuring a pack shot of the Cadbury's Caramel McFlurry was misleading.
Kaid Mohamed, one of five new signings on show for the visitors, blasted over the bar after a strong run and Marlon Pack shot wide as Cheltenham tried to find away back into the game.
Key Stat: Nevada outrebounded Ducks 40-32 (including 20-12 advantage on offensive boards) but Wolf Pack shot just 29 percent from field (15-of-51) and were 0-for-9 from three-point line.
Our efforts didn't much resemble the pack shot, but we agreed they tasted pretty good.