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|Titolo:||Does Advertising Spending Influence Media Coverage of the Advertiser?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Autori interni:||RINALLO, DIEGO|
|Autori:||Diego Rinallo; Suman Basuroy|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF MARKETING|
|Abstract:||Recent studies have shown that consumers’ product choices are significantly influenced by media coverage and recommendations in various media outlets. Unlike advertising, consumers perceive these sources as neutral and more credible because they usually presume that editorial content and product coverage in newspapers and magazines are independent and free from advertisers’ influence. In this article, the authors show how advertising activities of firms may influence media coverage to the advertiser’s advantage. They analyze a recent (2002–2003) large data set comprising 291 fashion companies based in Italy and their advertising and product coverage data published in newspapers and magazines of 123 publishers from Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Controlling for firm heterogeneity, endogeneity, and the simultaneity of advertising and coverage, the authors find that, overall, (1) there is evidence of a strong positive influence of advertising on coverage, (2) publishers that depend more on a specific industry for their advertising revenues are prone to a higher degree of influence from their corporate advertisers than others, (3) peer pressures from competing publishers affect coverage decisions, (4) larger and more innovative companies are at an advantage for obtaining coverage for their products, and (5) the effects of corporate advertising influence exist in both Europe and the United States. These findings raise concerns about the independence of editorial content and coverage of magazines.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su rivista Scientifica|
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