Sunday, April 19, 2009

Call for Judgment: Josh Sappin’ My Royalties

Reached a quorum of nine votes against. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 20 Apr 2009 12:56:03 UTC

In popular movies, anything simply referenced gains intense popularity. ET, for instance, famously boosted sales of Reeses Pieces greatly. The 2006 comedy ‘Night at the Museum’, which took place in the American Museum of Natural History, is credited for increasing visitors to the museum by 20% during the holiday season. This is called product placement. It also works for music. Songs and bands can be popularized by movies. It can also improve consumer awareness of the product, which is also encouragement.

Therefore, if this CfJ passes, the following action shall be taken:

Allow Gnauga to claim five royalties for his declared Subliminal Advertising.

Comments

Gnauga:

19-04-2009 18:13:51 UTC

for

Qwazukee:

19-04-2009 20:01:29 UTC

against Not everything is subliminal advertising. With the loose definition used by Gnauga, nearly every scene uses some kind of subliminal advertising (including every scene with an actor that ever appeared in anything involving a product, every scene with theme music, etc.). Sensibly, this definition should not prevail. That is my opinion.

ais523:

19-04-2009 21:19:27 UTC

against There’s a difference between subliminal advertising and product placement. Product placement may be a form of advertising; but it hardly counts as subliminal.

Klisz:

19-04-2009 21:39:00 UTC

against  per ais523

Kevan: he/him

19-04-2009 21:56:25 UTC

against

Gnauga:

19-04-2009 22:48:03 UTC

The manner in which I do so is of my choosing, is it not? So long as it’s observable and promotes a real-world product, the only real constraint is you guys.

Wakukee:

19-04-2009 23:03:14 UTC

against If mine is no good due to links, so is your’s (since it was linked).

Gnauga:

19-04-2009 23:15:33 UTC

1) That’s no way to go about it, Waks. by your logic, if this passes, your advertising is good too.

2) Yours is no good because it’s not in the content of the scene. It’s in the name of the scripter, which is not contained in any part of the scene.

Darknight: he/him

19-04-2009 23:47:40 UTC

against

Qwazukee:

20-04-2009 00:49:32 UTC

Allispaul should be idle.

Josh: he/him

20-04-2009 04:26:22 UTC

against The key term is “encourages”. Simply putting something there and hoping that someone runs with it is not an encouragement.

Devenger:

20-04-2009 17:57:00 UTC

spah sappin’ mah sentry

against

Influenza:

20-04-2009 19:41:37 UTC

against