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PodGuide.TV points to a couple advertisers who are pushing content for download to iTunes and iPods. Sprite's sponsoring a video short called "Marcus Hates His Job," which tries hard to project creative integrity and mostly succeeds, despite one moment of glaring product placement

PodGuide.TV points to a couple advertisers who are pushing content for download to iTunes and iPods.

Sprite’s sponsoring a video short called “Marcus Hates His Job,” which tries hard to project creative integrity and mostly succeeds, despite one moment of glaring product placement. Tagline: “An independent production brought to you by Sprite.”

Meanwhile, Bud Light’s created a character-driven mockumentary called “Ted Ferguson: Bud Light Daredevil” that more closely resemble advertising. (via Steve Rubel)

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