Does a product being featured on the news really mean anything?

Question by Brandon P: Does a product being featured on the news really mean anything?
I’ve seen lots of stuff advertised as being on CNN or Fox, do they check out the product? Does being featured really mean anything about the quality?

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Answer by Derail
I wish I knew which item that was featured you are referring to. Maybe if you asked about that particular product, you could get replies from people who have already had experience with it.

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Ad agencies can fleece insurers. (advertising) (Product News/Marketing): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

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Title: Ad agencies can fleece insurers. (advertising) (Product News/Marketing)
Author: John R. Graham
Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: June 3, 1991
Publisher: The National Underwriter Company
Issue: n22 Page: p15(3)

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