Watch below, the 30 minute Obama Barack Infomercial Video that was Aired in US on National Television.
August 4, 1961 born, Barack Hussein Obama II, has become the new president of United States of America. He is the junior Senator of Illinois, and is going to establish in his new office having the status of President of count 44th. He will be attending the office on the date of 20th January, 2009. For such a prestigious position, he is the sole African American who is first to face the nomination by a political party that holds a major rank in the country. Barack Obama is the first candidate who took birth in Hawaii to be nominated and not only that, he also succeeded to become the first African American President.
Around 26.3 million watched the ad of Barack Obama and for those who still missed the video of Obama infomercial is definitely worth a watch. Quite good reviews were received from the infomercial which was an advertisement of thirty minutes featuring the new president of United States of America Barrack Obama.
The barack Infomercial on MSNBC, BET, Fox, NBC, CBS, and Univision are quite impressive and well received by many. Every body knows that the campaigns by Barrack Obama has been proving itself very good at the job of putting anything back together at a good pace so the execution of the campaigns have proved to execute itself at a good rate. So this is nothing new that is going to surprise any one.
There was a genuine threat of looking like bite off more than you can chew. Not only was it quite like an extravagant show being a little excessive in outburst of emotion, but it still looked smart. It tried to prove that the campaign was not only about one candidate but to show the struggles of four different families of America, their story and the earnest making of an effort by Barack Obama in being of assistance for them.
The consequence that can be drawn can be best put in the words that have been opinioned by Howard Wolfson. According to him, this campaign was far above the ground effective, produced in a good manner, and definitely the execution of the campaign was good quality as an argument that is reaching to the ending.
He tried to point out that this campaign did a good job affording to take thirty minutes of set of connection time just a week prior to the election. It somewhat acted like a final ground to the numerous voters in doubt. It came as a puff to the campaign by McCain, who tried every possible way out to bang off Senator Barack Obama from his winning attempts, proving that why and how the task of McCain proved so futile. But the question is whether the barack obama video proved to be anything new to establish any new opinion or base, for the position of the party.
The point of view came direct from the man himself stating that at the present phase nothing new is being said. Whatever that needs to be stated has already been said. What the video is trying to do is reminding public everything all over again. But one thing is to be thought that whether it really changed any view or whether the undecided voters really bother about the program being broadcast on the channels or about the video, and was busy watching some of their other favorite program.
But in spite of that this one is on huge demand for the media line. One thing which is new that can be noticed about Barack Obama in the video is that of his role as a journalist or document writer. “American Stories, American Solutions” is the name of the location. It was putting together the part which is same like in a newsmagazine, where Barack Obama is seen in the role of Lesley though the ticking stopwatch was felt missing. He was not any spokesperson over here telling some account of misery on the base, rather a storyteller who was trying to narrate some facts. This was definitely the best part of the whole obama infomercial.
But some other things could have been removed. The ad took the edge off involving the biographies and testimonials of people like Tim Kaine, Claire McCaskill, and Eric Schmidt. The most gripping part of the barack obama infomercial video was the point when in spite of great efforts that were being made by the afflicted families the situation was not improving as expected making life miserable. All the facts were recounted in the familiar voice of Obama who went in to the minute details which also included his own.
All these appeared to be quite reliable, dependable and he seemed to be trustworthy. This made his image of a person in charge who will listen, pay required and full attention, and observe points besides keeping his exact focus for which he is working. This can quite well draw a distinction against the aim of ‘fight’ by John McCain.
It won’t be wrong saying that the legitimacy that surrounded the storytelling got a bit diluted by the part of infomercial and the quite strange stage of Oval Office similar backdrop. He started out in the beginning with a careful move round the desk, and then a balance on the side. The scene can also remind of the moment in “Checkers” by Richard Nixon where a speech was being given, getting up from the desk, walking round it and balancing on one side. But it can’t be denied that a stage and direction is quite important as is the metaphors.
The whole thing could have been made much better instead of showing scenery of the neighborhood passing by with sunny sky above, football players, classrooms or families gathering round the table in kitchen. All these were probably meant to give emphasis to the message of ‘I’m just like you’ from Obama. Instead emphasis on making a more compelling story with much more necessary information could have been better. But, no matter what, Obama has succeeded to translate the inner message which has been proved by his win.
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