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Synonyms for tie-in

a fastener that serves to join or connect

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So far, its merchandising tie-ins include a line of plush toys designed by Woodland Hills-based Applause/Dakin.
Food tie-ins are another lucrative channel for character merchandising license holders.
Joe Sachs, whose medical and film school expertise made him an ideal candidate to be hired from Northridge as one of ``ER's'' first medical advisers, calls all the educational tie-ins ``the side effects of 'ER.
The studio also has synergistic tie-ins with these divisions of parent company News Corporation: FX, Fox Movie Channel, Fox Sports Regional, National Geographic Channel, Fox Sports En Espanol, DIRECTV, MySpace.
McFarlane Toys (whose founder is Todd McFarlane of ``Spawn'' fame) is marketing action figures (dolls, to the uninformed) as tie-ins to the New Line Cinema film ``Little Nicky,'' which stars Adam Sandler and will be released Nov.
Dean Unkefer, President of SPI, which manages the Colgate Country Showdown, says, "The Midas Records Nashville affiliation is an exciting opportunity for Michelle, and a great way for us to showcase her upcoming single on our Showdown radio stations and in local tie-ins with Colgate retailers.
We anticipate our exit production rate will reach 2,000 boe/d for fiscal 2006, subject to rig availability, drilling successes and the timing of completions and tie-ins.
A special on the Sci-Fi Channel and various book tie-ins will also expand the narrative.
Colbert said his proposal, submitted with the help of Eddie Milligan of Hansen Dam Equestrian Center, offers educational tie-ins including turf management and golf for youth.
We don't know for sure, but they could be making small talk about the soft-as-a-baby's bottom line, meaning, of course, the merchandise tie-ins.
Wilson, editor of Web Marketing Today "Campaigner offers special tie-ins to both Yahoo
For Katzenberg, who made his name in Hollywood with such Disney animated movies as ``The Lion King'' and ``Beauty and the Beast,'' that meant no toy action figures, no Burning Bush night lights and, more significantly, no fast-food tie-ins.
Technip will also install a mini manifold, a tie-in structure, and complete all associated tie-ins, testing and pre-commissioning.
But Hachette Filipacchi CEO David Pecker has long been eager to forge TV and book tie-ins.