Terrasa (tenu) wrote,

Interlaced Advertising

I've been wondering how long it would be before this became common practice. So far it's not, but I did see real evidence of it today. On MTV there was an ad for Jumper, some new movie, and then it just melded into a combination ad for Jumper and the HP computer with Serena.  It's a little weird, and worked better in my imagination. Maybe it is just because it's such a strange combination -- a scary movie and a light-hearted consumer advertisement.

Anyone else catch it? Will this end of individual, encapsulated ads be a more common phenomenon?

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