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Cloak and Dagger, Collection 1: The Lux Radio T...
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Based on the book Cloak and Dagger: The Secret Story of the O.S.S. by Corey Ford and Alistair McBain, the radio version of these fascinating true stories kept listeners on the edge of their seats. To helm the series, NBC brought in Wyllis Cooper who had created Lights Out and Quiet Please. Cooper collaborated with British crime journalist Percy Hoskins, who would work with Cooper again on Whitehall-1212 a year later. The combination of Hoskin’s accurate research and Cooper’s lively, fast-paced writing helped make Cloak and Dagger one of the best espionage-adventures ever to hit the airwaves. The Office of Strategic Services - the progenitor of our Central Intelligence Agency - was one of American history’s most colorful and compelling WWII intelligence gathering efforts. On Cloak and Dagger, secrets our government uncovered during the war were dramatized for American listeners. Broadcast from New York, the series starred Raymond Edward Johnson (known to millions as Raymond, "your host" of Inner Sanctum) with supporting casts that included Joseph Julian, Berry Kroeger, Leon Janney, Karl Weber, Larry Haines, Alice Frost and Jackson Beck. Cloak and Dagger came to NBC radio in 1950, lasting one season.  7/2/50 “The Eyes of Buddha” 7/9/50 “The Trap” 7/23/50 “The Secret Box” 7/30/50 “The Swastika on the Windmill” 8/6/50 “A Recommendation from Rommell” 8/13/50 “The Roof of the World” 8/20/50 “Norwegian Incident” 8/27/50 “The Black Radio” 9/1/50 “A War of Words” 9/8/50 “Overground Railroad” 9/15/50 “Seeds of Doubt” 9/22/50 “Operation Sellout”  1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/010750/bk_brll_010750_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Marketing Research That Pays Off
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From Oreos, Jell-O, raisins, and milk to amusement parks, retail centers, ATMs, and mutual funds, the case studies presented in Marketing Research That Pays Off offer you insight into how actual companies have used market research to successfully solve marketing problems. Editor Larry Percy has collected a series of cases from consumer, service, and industrial marketing executives that provides a problem/solution look at how to address major marketing issues with marketing research. The studies presented cover such topics as communications issues, new product introduction, brand equity, brand positioning, and sales analysis. Because they represent successful applications of marketing research to challenging questions, these cases offer a number of specific lessons. Throughout, Marketing Research That Pays Off shows you how to:use the right sample for reliable datareduce the time needed for traditionally multi-phased researchavoid the pitfalls of short-term effects in tracking datadeal with multinational researchuse attitude measures to help interpret sales datainvolve marketing management to ensure acceptance of resultsmake effective use of small budgetsThe format of each chapter allows the authors to pose a question or present a particular marketing problem and then take you step-by-step through the solution. Actual problems solved include how to improve upon a successful campaign, revitalize a failing retail center, avoid misunderstanding in conducting multinational research, use scanner data to help understand the package goods market, avoid being mislead by short-term effects in tracking data, learn what aspects of a package attract attention and what they communicate, and how to effectively reach both children and their parents with one message--all on a small budget. It is the unique problem/solution approach to marketing research that makes Marketing Research That Pays Off especially valuable to all marketing research professionals and beginner- to mid-level marketing managers. In addition, the book's easy-to-read presentation of case studies makes it approachable and useful as a companion text for classes in marketing and marketing research.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Roger Ebert's Book of Film: From Tolstoy to Tar...
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For this delicious, instructive, and vastly enjoyable anthology, Roger Ebert has selected and introduced an international treasury of more than 100 selections that touch on every aspect of filmmaking and filmgoing. Here are the stars (Truman Capote on Marilyn Monroe, Joan Didion on John Wayne, Tom Wolfe on Cary Grant, Lauren Bacall on herself), the directors (John Houseman on Orson Welles, Kenneth Tynan on Mel Brooks, John Huston on himself), the makers and shakers (producer Julia Phillips, mogul Daryll F. Zanuck, stuntman Joe Bonomo), and the critics and theorists (Pauline Kael, Graham Greene, Andrew Sarris, Susan Sontag). Here as well are the novelists who have indelibly captured the experience of moviegoing in our lives (Walker Percy, James Agee, Larry McMurtry) and the culture of the movie business (F. Scott Fitzgerald, Budd Schulberg, Nathanael West). Here is a book to get lost in and return to time and time againat once a history, an anatomy, and a loving appreciation of the central art form of our time.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Marketing Research That Pays Off
46,99 € *
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From Oreos, Jell-O, raisins, and milk to amusement parks, retail centers, ATMs, and mutual funds, the case studies presented in Marketing Research That Pays Off offer you insight into how actual companies have used market research to successfully solve marketing problems. Editor Larry Percy has collected a series of cases from consumer, service, and industrial marketing executives that provides a problem/solution look at how to address major marketing issues with marketing research. The studies presented cover such topics as communications issues, new product introduction, brand equity, brand positioning, and sales analysis. Because they represent successful applications of marketing research to challenging questions, these cases offer a number of specific lessons. Throughout, Marketing Research That Pays Off shows you how to:use the right sample for reliable datareduce the time needed for traditionally multi-phased researchavoid the pitfalls of short-term effects in tracking datadeal with multinational researchuse attitude measures to help interpret sales datainvolve marketing management to ensure acceptance of resultsmake effective use of small budgetsThe format of each chapter allows the authors to pose a question or present a particular marketing problem and then take you step-by-step through the solution. Actual problems solved include how to improve upon a successful campaign, revitalize a failing retail center, avoid misunderstanding in conducting multinational research, use scanner data to help understand the package goods market, avoid being mislead by short-term effects in tracking data, learn what aspects of a package attract attention and what they communicate, and how to effectively reach both children and their parents with one message--all on a small budget. It is the unique problem/solution approach to marketing research that makes Marketing Research That Pays Off especially valuable to all marketing research professionals and beginner- to mid-level marketing managers. In addition, the book's easy-to-read presentation of case studies makes it approachable and useful as a companion text for classes in marketing and marketing research.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.12.2019
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