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  Wikipedia: Billboard magazine
Its "Hot 100" survey ranks the top 100 pop songs and is frequently used as the standard measure for ranking singles in the United States.
Some other notable Billboard records include Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's 1995 song "One Sweet Day," which is the longest-lasting number one on the Hot 100 (16 weeks) and consequently the most popular song, in general, in American history.
For example, the three acts are the three with the most top five, top ten, and top twenty Hot 100 songs in Billboard history.
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 Billboard magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Its most famous chart, the "Hot 100" survey, ranks the top 100 songs regardless of genre and is frequently used as the standard measure for ranking songs in the United States.
When founded in 1894, Billboard magazine was originally concerned with carnival entertainment, but music coverage grew to the point that its earlier subjects were spun off into a separate journal in the 1950s.
Billboard also has charts for the following music styles: country, bluegrass, jazz, classical, R and B, rap, electronic, latin, christian music and even for ringtones for cell phones.
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 Billboard charts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It lists the forty most-played songs on modern rock radio, most of which are alternative rock songs.
Billboard Comprehensive Albums is a weekly albums chart produced by Billboard magazine that ranks the biggest selling albums in the United States regardless of the product's age or method of sales.
Top Heatseekers is a weekly albums chart introduced by Billboard magazine in 1993 whose purpose is to highlight sales by new and developing musical recording artists.
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 Brand - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A brand is therefore one of the most valuable elements in an advertising theme, as it demonstrates what the brand owner is able to offer in the marketplace.
Brand equity measures the total value of the brand to the brand owner, and reflects the extent of brand franchise.
Brands in the field of marketing originated in the 19th century with the advent of packaged goods.
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 Wikipedia: List of most frequently mentioned brands in the Billboard Top 20
The following is a list of most frequently mentioned brands in the Top 20 songs from the Billboard Hot 100™ for 2003.
This list was produced by Lucian James, a brand management consultant, as part of his American Brandstand project [1]:
Of the 111 songs in the Billboard Top 20, 43 had brands in the lyrics.
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 Billboard magazine - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Its most famous chart, the "Billboard Hot 100", ranks the top 100 songs regardless of genre and is frequently used as the standard measure for ranking songs in the United States.
Billboard also has charts for the following music styles: rock, country, dance, bluegrass, jazz, classical, RandB, rap, electronic, pop, latin, christian music, comedy albums, and even for ringtones for cell phones.
At the end of each year, Billboard tallies the results of all of its charts, and the top single/album/artist(s) in each of those charts is awarded in the form of the annual Billboard Music Awards, held in December.
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 Consumerism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Consumerism is the tendency of people to identify strongly with products or services they consume, especially those with commercial brand names and obvious status-enhancing appeal, e.g.
It is a pejorative term which most people deny, having some more specific excuse or rationale for consumption than the idea that they're "compelled to consume".
The older term "conspicuous consumption" spread to describe this in the United States in the 1960s, but was soon linked to larger debates about media theory, culture jamming, and its corollary productivism.
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 List of most frequently mentioned brands in the Billboard Top 20 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This list of brands was produced by Lucian James, a brand management consultant, as part of his American Brandstand project [1].
Only one brand was mentioned in a Top 20 non hip-hop song (Levi Strauss in "With You" by Jessica Simpson).
Brands were mentioned in more pop songs, such as Gwen Stefani's "Rich Girl", which mentioned high fashion brands including Vivienne Westwood and Galliano, and Mariah Carey's "It's Like That" and "Shake It Off", which mentioned brand names including Bacardi, Calgon and Louis Vuitton.
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 Brand
When a brand has accumulated a mass of positive sentiment among consumers, marketers say that its owner has acquired brand equity.
Originally the word brand meant anything hot or burning, such as a fire-brand, a burning stick; by the European Middle Ages it commonly identified the process of burning a mark into a stock animal with a thick hide, such as a cow, so as to identify ownership.
In the American West, a branding iron consisted of an iron rod with a seal-like mark which rancherss heated in a fire.
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 Agenda - Associated Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In fact, brand names were mentioned 1,129 times in the 106 songs that appeared in the top 20 of the Billboard singles chart, according to a study released Thursday by brand strategy firm Agenda Inc.
The phenomenon is largely due to the ascendance of hip-hop to the top of the pop charts.
A brand received a point each week a song in which it was mentioned landed in the top 20.
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 AEJMC Archives -- September 2002, week 1 (#111)
Newer brands of plastic, Lumarith and Lustron, emerged in the late 1930s/ early 1940s, but had problems of their own: Though lighter and less brittle than bakelite, these plastics had a tendency to shrink, especially when exposed to heat (from a rectifier tube or even sunlight).
Promos for the Family Most of the spots in the kitchen radio campaign, however, were aimed at the purchasing audience: family members (especially "hubby") who would actually buy the kitchen radio for mother.
The top 40 format was born, but would not have been as successful had audiences not already embraced radio outside the living-room.
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 Brand
A brand takes the form of a symbolic construct created by a marketer to represent a collection of information about a product or group of products.
Brands originated with the 19th-century advent of packaged goods.
The book claims that corporations' brands serve as structures for corporations to hide behind, and that such global problems as sweatshop labor and environmental degredation have been permitted and exacerbated by branding.
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 List of most frequently mentioned brands in the Billboard Top 20   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This list was produced by Lucian a brand management consultant as part of his American project [1] (http://www.agendainc.com/brand.html) :
Of the 111 songs in the Billboard 20 43 had brands in the lyrics.
Some critics have speculated that it will revealed that artists were paid to include brands in their songs.
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 B-side oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The frequency response of vinyl records may be degraded by frequent playback if the cartridge is set to track too heavily, or the stylus is not compliant enough to trace the high frequency grooves accurately.
Most of the internal conflicts that had developed in earlier decades like women's rights, civil rights, imperialism, and war were relatively suppressed or neglected during this time as a returning world from the brink hoped to see a more consistent way of life as opposed to liberalism and radicalism of the 1930s and 1940s.
Revolutions per minute (abbreviated rpm, RPM or r/min) is a unit of frequency, commonly used to measure rotational speed, in particular in the case of rotation around a fixed axis.
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 Punctual Energy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Top of page Conclusions Whether in its (london properties) pure form or mixed with other chemicals, ozone can be harmful to health.
Billboard signs were (singles matchmaker) shredded and flailing in the wind.
The most frequently used (cleaning carpets) practice is repeating.
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 Consumerism Encyclopedia Articles @ OfficialTexts.com (Official Texts)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Marx argued that the capitalist economy leads to the fetishization of goods and services, and the devaluing of the intrinsic worth of a good or service, replaced by a focus on its price in the market.
Some believe that relationships with a product or brand name are substitutes for the healthy human relationships lacking in dysfunctional modern societies.
The term and concept of "conspicuous consumption" originated at the turn of the 20th century in the writings of economist Thorstein Veblen.
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 Wikinfo | Billboard magazine
Billboard is an American magazine devoted to the music industry.
October 3, 2003 marked the first time since its inception that the Billboard Top 10 artists were exclusively fl individuals or groups with a majority of fl members.
Images, some of which are used under the doctrine of Fair use or used with permission, may not be available.
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Although most of our students do not usually operate at this stage, they are near enough to it that they understand it.
Here is a list of ideas that were gathered from some research conducted with truck drivers and their wives concerning their relationships.
Most adolescent boys are intensely sexual during the years around puberty (usually between 11 and 15 years old), when their bodies start changing and their hormones are flowing in new ways.
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Most of the time when I make a website for a client or a friend they don't bring everything that is needed to get the website up and running.
Most, like Linotype and Monotype, have only a minority of their fonts in TrueType format Given the current state of the tools, it would take a concerted effort of many years to convert all the major vendors' font libraries to TrueType.
It was the pineapple that came to literally crown the most important feasts: often held aloft on special pedestals as the pinnacle of the table's central food mound.
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People have paid for their brand names to be in movies and in television and in books.
Agenda Inc., a San Francisco company that advises clients on the interaction between brands and culture, publishes an annual list of the brands most often mentioned on songs in the Billboard Top 20.
The most frequently mentioned brands last year were Cadillac, (70 times) Hennessey (69), Mercedes (63), Rolls-Royce (62), and Gucci (49).
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 Brand, logo, and other visual elements such as images or symbols, symbolic embodiment, Concepts
Brand, logo, and other visual elements such as images or symbols, symbolic embodiment, Concepts
McDonald's, represented by the Golden Arches, is one of the world's most famous brands.In marketing, a brand is the symbolic embodiment of all the information connected with a product or service.
In recent years, new approaches to marketing strategy have emerged, such as reason-based strategy [1], which emphasizes differentiation through a tangible reason to choose a company or product over the competition.
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 Branding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Golden Arches, is one of the world's most famous brands
Because of this, a brand can form an important element of an advertising theme: it serves as a quick way to show and tell consumers what a supplier has offered to the
monochrom attempted to evaluate the actual power of commercial brands by making people draw famous logos from memory.
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 Brand - Gurupedia
This symbolic construct typically consists of a name, identifying mark, logo, visual images or symbols, or mental concepts which distinguishes the
Brands originated with the 19th-century advent of packaged
American West, a branding iron consisted of an iron rod with a seal-like mark which ranchers heated in a fire.
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 Newsgroup Article alt.fashion:442321   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In Britain the term is usually shortened to "bling", and is associated with chav culture.
The term could also be derived from a contraction of the brand name Breitling, a brand of Swiss watches known for expensive, over-the-top, flashy design and products.
They charge that the phenomenon promotes consumerism and materialism, and strengthens false racist arguments that young African American men are incapable of higher or more virtuous or spiritual goals than material gain, reinforing the nigger rich stereotype.
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 Bling means cha-ching | The San Diego Union-Tribune
James is president of Agenda, a company that produces the American Brandstand list, which tabulates brand mentions in songs on Billboard magazine's top-20 charts.
He said the list is a key barometer of brand relevance to youth culture.
But the Escalade achieved mentions in hip-hop hits and incidental product placements on the TV show "MTV Cribs," in which music celebrities show off their household luxury goods.
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 List of most frequently mentioned brands in the Billboard Top 20   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Only one of those, Good Charlotte's Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, was not connected to hip hop or R&B;.
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 Some brands welcome rap's attention, others reticent | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Mercedes-Benz – the most-mentioned brand in last year's top songs – says the car's popularity in hip-hop circles certainly didn't hurt sales growth over the last dozen years.
Bentley Motors and Louis Vuitton – also among the most name-checked brands in music – were more reticent on the subject.
Lucian James, an executive with a branding agency that tracks mentions of products in Billboard's Top 20, warned that in a fast-changing marketplace luxury brands must capture new customers while maintaining traditional customers.
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 Bling Bling Did You Mean bling_bling_5116   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
They charge that the phenomenon promotes consumerism and materialism, and strengthens false racist arguments that young African American men are incapable of higher or more virtuous or spiritual goals than material gain.
Several Cadillac Escalade billboards and magazine advertisments used the phrase "Bling Bling" to promote the expensive vehicle.
Bling is also the name of 2004's new thrill ride at Blackpool Pleasure Beach in Blackpool, England.
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