Nikhitaarorah wrote:

Among the more effective kinds of curiosity that producers can get for a new movie is to have trailers of it run during a highly popular program soon before the movie is released. The benefits of such trailers include not only a sure increase in word-of-mouth but also a fee paid by the producer to the program’s telecaster.

Which of the following conclusions is best supported by the information above?

A)The number of people for whom seeing a trailer of a movie in a program provides an adequate substitute for watching the enitre movie is smaller than the number for whom the trailer stimulates a desire to watch the movie.

B)Because the financial advantage of trailors of a new movie in a program usually accrues to the movie's producer, program telecasters are unwilling to run trailors of new movies.

C)In calculating the total number of people that watched the movie, producers include people who watched programs that featured a trailer of the movie.

D)The effectiveness of having trailer of a movie telecast during a program, measured in terms of increased tickets of the movie, is proportional to the ratings of the program in which the trailers are aired.

E)Movies that are suitable for trailers in highly popular programs are more successful than those that are not

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