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2007) found that the frequency of placement has a positive impact on the evaluation of the brand in a TV show: the more frequent a brand is placed within a television show, the more favorable the attitudes toward that brand become. In a similar vein, Van Reijmersdal et al. (2007) showed that the image of brands placed in a TV show changed after two or more exposures. These results indicate that the brand attitudes should become more favorable with an increasing number of repetitions. This paper proposes that the effect of brand name repetition on brand attitude in song lyrics will vary depending on audiences’ attitude toward the artist.
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