Traducción de infomercial en Español:

infomercial

infomercial, n.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnfə(ʊ)ˈməːʃ(ə)l//ˈɪnfoʊˌmərʃ(ə)l/

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    • Another growing phenomenon on cable television is the so-called infomercial.
    • This new book by innovation guru Doug Hall has the tone and production values of an infomercial.
    • This is especially true for items you see on infomercials.
    • Stories from people who have used a diet program or product, especially in commercials and infomercials, are just a way to sell more of the product.
    • Both candidates do themselves a disservice by producing commercials that look and sound like bad infomercials.
    • The infomercial as a form of advertising has been long reserved for food preparation devices and exercise equipment.
    • I felt as though I was watching an infomercial advertising soundbites and bumpersticker slogans.
    • Most infomercials wallow in TV's worst attributes.
    • Sanders also is in discussions to serve as a spokesperson for infomercials.
    • Each spot resembles an infomercial, with a perky host and clap-happy studio audience.
    • Telemarketers, telethons, Internet pitches and infomercials work the least with the majority of givers.
    • You've seen them advertised on infomercials and in magazines (not this one, of course).
    • The below-the-line advertising campaign will feature a series of infomercials on local radio stations advising consumers of the launch.
    • The company was involved in making infomercials and running Internet kiosks.
    • Americans may complain about excess junk mail, late-night infomercials and telemarketing calls, but one thing is for certain: they work.
    • You've seen the commercials, infomercials and magazine ads.
    • Given that the public owns the air waves, why can't we viewers expect more from programming than thinly-veiled infomercials?
    • And not only should the conventions be covered, but they should be given free airtime to do their infomercials.
    • These days, instead of snake oil salesmen hawking their wares from the back of a wagon, we have late-night cable television infomercials and Web-based promotions.
    • I remembered seeing infomercials about the product, which possessed amazing cleaning powers.