|Do you find the saturation of advertising in the media excessive?
Dear Lord, yes. I can't stand watching tv now because of it.
Just a little.
Yes. Overwhelming to watch TV anymore.
I don't mind the form, it's the content and direction.
Yes, it drives me insane.
You've hit the nail on the head: It's excessive because it's saturated! Almost to a point where it's counter-productive. People are just turning off. We can't process it all and are throwing our hands up nonplussed! The media have to work harder and harder to keep our interest. It has reached a point of diminishing returns.
I find multiple pop ups on one website to be irritating. I find the loudness of commercials to be excessive. In our economic structure, culture has to pay for itself by way of advertising, but it's getting to the point that advertising and culture are the same thing. This can be interesting, in some cases, and not in others. I guess "yes" is the simple answer, but since advertising ultimately pays for me to express myself, what can I say? I wish advertising were more artful, because it can be.
It really depends on what you expose yourself too. The most disturbing aspects of advertising to me over the past few years is the number of anorexic models ...
Short answer: yes. It depends on what is being advertised and how it is advertised. Sometimes it further immerses me into the media. Often times it feels incredibly forced. It drives me wild every time I watch a movie with a Youtube reference.
just assume it is all advertising and forget about it.
No. I want to know about things I might like, or are a step forward technologically. It's just too bad most of the products are so lame, advertising should be catered to the viewer.
Absolutely. You are not getting the scoop, the ads are getting the scoop on you.
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