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Affordable Cable TV Commercial Advertising

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Get your advertisement on Broadcast, Cable TV, or Satellite - WHERE YOU NEED TO BE... without breaking the bank. *There is currently a small processing charge for air time purchases under $2,500. Cheap TV Spots® is here to help, with recommendations and schedule negotiation -- at no extra charge. Unlike most agencies, there are no extra commissions and no retainer fees. People often ask us the same questions: How much should I spend? How many spots do I get for X amount of money? What's the ROI for advertising on TV? (How much will I make if I spend X dollars?) OKAY.  Let's answer these. 1.) ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
Jamie Turner Says Traditional TV Advertising is a Big Fat Waste of ...
But then one of my paid search clients, a large, savvy commercial property management company, told me they were launching a cable television ad campaign. Since I knew they were inclined toward web-based direct marketing (demonstrating their wisdom and good sense), I was intrigued, and I asked them to explain their reasoning. What they told me was surprising First, a little background about my client’s campaign. For this project, an office suites building in Atlanta, their ideal customer is a successful small business owner looking for an affordable office suite with an upscale address. Their best prospects are often upgrading ... market research, surveys and trends
Digital and mobile advertising gives TV a kicking
They are not just alarm bells ringing in the hallways of television networks around the world, but fully-fledged emergency sirens, the kind you hear in a Hollywood submarine thriller when the nuclear sub and its crew are heading for an atomically catastrophic ending. What was little more than a trickle of marketing spend heading towards digital and especially mobile a few years ago is now a river, flowing away from advertising on television and other traditional media. In its latest quarterly survey of the big US advertising firms, media management firm STRATA reports only 6 percent now separates TV and digital as the ... market research, surveys and trends


I Want My GTV: Will Google TV Soar Or Sink?
the seamless blending of TV and web content, the beautiful UI, the smooth search and browse capabilities. Now, a few days after the heady discussion and CEO briefings at Google’s I/O developer conference, we can reflect a bit on what the outlook might be for this ambitious new Google initiative. Is Google TV (GTV) another Orkut or will it turn out to be more like the software it’s built on — the increasingly successful Android platform. The specter of other failed or only modestly successful attempts to bring web and TV together are a cautionary narrative running in the background. For example, a range of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Out of Balance Report - 2005
Sep 10, 2005 ... of access to affordable, fresh food in many low-income ... network TV, followed by magazine advertising, and then cable TV.32 ... When commercial advertising efforts are grouped together and compared to the resources ..... percent sales tax on soft drinks generated $218 million in revenues annually, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Political ad junkies, this fall's for you
At the height of the special US Senate election campaign in January, it was nearly impossible to watch television for more than seven minutes without seeing a pitch for or against Scott Brown or Martha Coakley. The truncated Senate race created one of the most intense political advertising seasons the state has ever seen, with so much money pouring into local stations from around the country that some commercial breaks featured two, three, or four spots in a row placed by the two candidates or outside groups with a rooting interest. Viewers beware: Some media and political industry professionals say the lead-up to this ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Every week, Mashable puts together a calendar of upcoming social media and web events, parties and conferences. Would you like to have your conference or event listed here? If so, please contact us at least one month before your event to establish a media partnership. For more upcoming event listings, check out Mashable’s Events section . Don’t forget to check out the U.S. Summer Tour that’s making stops at: This September, join Mashable for the Mashable & 92Y Social Good Summit in Partnership with the United Nations Foundation . More information about the event can be found here . Please email ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Why Cable? Frequently Asked Questions
Why Cable? USA Communications Advertising offers commercial breaks in all the hottest TV .... in the area that uses as much cable TV as we ... of regular advertising are so expensive. Cable is more than affordable and it ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Smoking and Tobacco Use :: Media Communications :: Counter ...
is a clearinghouse funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office on Smoking and Health. The MCRC licenses and maintains an inventory of existing tobacco control advertisements developed by a number of U.S. states, organizations, and federal agencies. (Note: The words “advertisements” and “ads” will be used interchangeably in this document to refer to all media types. The words “commercials” and “spots” will be used interchangeably in this document to refer to ads for television or radio.) By providing access to existing ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Radio and Television Subcategories
Specialized subcategories for Radio and Television are listed below. The main Radio and Television categories are otherwise subdivided by dates. Searching under the primary Radio or Television category will always ensure complete listings of all ads in that category, including the subcategories listed below. These subcategories provide more narrow searching for selected topics within those categories. The original Radio and Television categories created within the "Competitive Advertisements" file at J. Walter Thompson Company consistently included various electronics advertisements, for such items as radio tubes, telephones, ...
Google Answers: What are the rates for Telivision Advertising
Im looking to figure out television advertising rates in cost per thousand viewings format. So that means I want to know how much an advertiser pays a major network or other station to put their add and roughly how many viewers are expected to see the advertisement. I assume that the longer ads are more expensive than the shorter one. Do you have any numbers or statistics? Advertising for ads during tv movies would be ideal Hi there, curiousguy1-ga First, the following text by Gaebler provides an overview of the TV advertising costs: "The standard half-hour of television contains 22 minutes of program and 8 minutes of ...
How much it costs to run a 10-15 Seconds TV Commercial on a ...
I have seen some answers here on Yahoo Answers saying it costs millions but I dont think Video Professor is paying millions :-) Have a website to promote and if TV Channels let me show a 5 seconds ad I can come up with a creative piece to deliver the msg in 5 seconds (have couple simple screenshots with some audio in the back ... that's it) Any ideas of the cost? National is too expensive unless you are a major corporation. Local Cable might go for as low as $50 per 15 seconds but you'd get overnighters and mornings. Radio is more affordable. They have great packages and depending on the station you could get ...