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Self promotion: Pole position in Media Brand Management


Siegert, G (2008). Self promotion: Pole position in Media Brand Management. JIBS Research Reports, (1):11-26.

Abstract

Strong brands are necessary in media because technology has increased the number of content providers and made it possible for many more competitors to seek the attention and loyalty of audiences and advertisers. Brands are crucial in separating media companies and their products from those of competitors, in creating continuity of quality and service across extended product lines, and in helping develop strong bonds with consumers.

This book discusses communicative tactics and the building of media brand equity, focuses on strategic aspects and brands as vehicles for business expansion, and investigates issues of media brands on advertising markets.

The book contributes to the wider understanding of brand-related issues facing both practitioners and academics. Brand management has become an important managerial task and researchers are challenged to uncover the implications of this for media firms, consumers, and society at large.

Strong brands are necessary in media because technology has increased the number of content providers and made it possible for many more competitors to seek the attention and loyalty of audiences and advertisers. Brands are crucial in separating media companies and their products from those of competitors, in creating continuity of quality and service across extended product lines, and in helping develop strong bonds with consumers.

This book discusses communicative tactics and the building of media brand equity, focuses on strategic aspects and brands as vehicles for business expansion, and investigates issues of media brands on advertising markets.

The book contributes to the wider understanding of brand-related issues facing both practitioners and academics. Brand management has become an important managerial task and researchers are challenged to uncover the implications of this for media firms, consumers, and society at large.

Additional indexing

Item Type:Journal Article, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research
Dewey Decimal Classification:700 Arts
Language:English
Date:2008
Deposited On:30 Dec 2008 17:32
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 12:36
Publisher:JIBS MMTC
Series Name:JIBS Research Reports
ISSN:1403-0462
ISBN:91-89164-82-2
Official URL:http://www.ihh.hj.se/mmt/media_brands_and_branding.html

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