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I, too find commercials annoying (that is why I record and FF thru them).
But it makes you wonder why, in all of their high-paid wisdom... that they still do it.
Those same marketing departments, in all their high-paid wisdom, choose not to put background music on their websites.
Television commercials and websites have almost nothing in common when it comes to how they are designed, executed, and utilized because they are completely different platforms. I won't go into the differences between interruption marketing and permission-based marketing here on FM, but I will say this; if you want a consensus opinion on whether or not background music is a good idea for a website I don't think a group of photographers is the right place to find it. It's a reasonable question to ask here, but don't be surprised when some think yes and some think no.
In the same way that every DSLR owner is not a professional photographer, every web designer/developer/website owner is not a marketing expert.