Nearly a decade after leaving Hollywood in its rearview mirror, BMW is back in a big way.
Product positioning evolves into an indispensible art.
Product placement peeps battle oversaturation.
Company founders Igielko-Herrlich and Granath were unfettered by preconceived notions.
Audi, which has been able to boost its profile with a series of successful product placements, like the "Iron Man" franchise, has tapped Iconic Entertainment to handle such deals.
"Bad Romance," You-Tube's latest music video sensation, features pop culture and music phenom Lady Gaga contributing to a product placement first.
BMW stunned Hollywood six years ago when it left the entertainment biz in its rearview mirror.
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