A horse and a dog along with a message of strength and resilience where "the home of the brave, and down never means out” will absolutely deliver unprecedented levels of Joy to the American public this Super Bowl Sunday, our emotional analysis reports.
If William Shakespeare was writing his review of TurboTax’s new "Millionaire?" spot, he would have undoubtedly dubbed it a “Tragicomedy.” That’s the genre name given to a Narrative that arouses both Happy and Downbeat sentiments at the same time.
"Never ever have to deal with flaky buyers again!” is the new and highly entertaining brand pitch for the e-commerce car company, Vroom. Highly styled as a Broadway musical, with a female lead in its execution, the commercial positions Vroom as the solution to combat online car buyers from “flaking out” right before the final sale.
Using clever humor to deliver a “hunger” for the commercial, our research reports that viewers are very keen on this spot, and importantly how much they resonate with the humorous content throughout. People find this commercial “hilarious” – and as such – our Humor Score is off the charts – for men and women alike!
The Florida-based AI tech startup, Jinglz, has signed an annual agreement with 6-time Emmy winner Gary Yordon, of The Zachary Group, to test the firm's new video content on their AI-powered platform at CampaignTester.com.
The Webster dictionary defines laughter as, “...the enactment of humor, turning a perception into an action.”
There are a plethora of humor types that make us crack-up, from slapstick comedy to dirty jokes to one-liners.
Jinglz sentiment analysis illustrates why, when, and how so much confusion, surprise, and controversy erupted at this week’s 2020 Democratic National Convention
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