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NELLY - MAY 2014
EUROPE - AVAILABLE FOR CONCERT & CLUB SHOWS
 
AVAILABLE FOR CONCERT & CLUB SHOWS
Thursday 5/8/2014 London
Friday 5/9/2014 Tallinn
Saturday 5/10/2014 - Germany
Sunday 5/11/2014 
Monday 5/12/2014 Moscow
Tuesday 5/13/2014 - Dubai
Wednesday 5/14/2014 - Dubai
Saturday 5/17/2014 - Portugal
 
Theater capacity venues 50k + (8 travel) for 40-45min track show. 
Club Shows upon availability.
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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 00:00

"Party Down South" Cast Available!

Timing is everything!!!
Get ready to Book Walt, Lauren, Lyle, Mattie, Murray, Taylor, Ryan and Tiffany
 
On top of the Final episode of PARTY DOWN SOUTH on CMT being the highest rated reality show ever on the Network, it was also the highest rated show on cable on Thursday night.
 
 

 

The Hollywood entertainment industry and celebrity status has had a global impact on advertising and consumption since its emergence in the early 20th century. However, the advent of the Internet and social media has transformed popular culture. With YouTube having exceeded two billion views a day in May 2010 (Timeline 2010), more than one billion people active on Facebook since October 2012 (Newsroom: Timeline 2012), and social network advertising revenues estimated to reach $10 billion globally by 2013 (Social Network Ad Revenues to Reach $10 Billion Worldwide in 2013 2011), it is clear that there has been a paradigm shift in the way people communicate and how they are entertained. These changes are having huge effects on the advertising industry and celebrity industry.

 

Case studies of Hollywood identities Pamela Anderson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Ashton Kutcher illustrate the changes that have occurred to how a celebrity brand can be initiated and maintained. The complex interaction of celebrity identity, choice of endorsement and control of access to the means of publication are also examined. Social media statistics, semiotic analysis of online branding, the application of Grant McCracken’s meaning transfer theory to endorsements and interviews with industry professionals are used to investigate this relationship, revealing themes of convergence, adaptation, authenticity, credibility, iconic status and branding. It is concluded that Web 2.0 has transformed the nature of celebrity-fan interaction and consumer-advertiser communication, and is significantly shifting media control and censorship away from businesses and government, towards celebrities and their audiences.

 
 

 


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