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A wide-open presidential race and a willingness by candidates, interest groups, unions and corporations to buy TV time will lead to historic spending for political and issue-advocacy advertising in the 2008 election cycle, an analysis shows. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has spent the most on TV advertising so far among presidential contenders. The cost to try to influence the 2008 election could exceed $3 billion, according to TNS Media Intelligence/Campaign Media Analysis Group, CNN's consultant on political television advertising. This is nearly twice as much than what was spent in 2004 when political and ...
AAPC recognizes work in the newspaper, direct mail, phones, internet, fund raising, radio, television, and student categories. The Pollies are the most prestigious awards in the political campaign and public affairs industry. It recognizes the best in the business in over 100 political campaigns and public affairs categories. The first was held in 2007. The Pollie Conference is the nationally recognized meeting place for those interested in the latest political trends and cutting-edge technologies.The award is known as the Emmy Awards of Politics. In March, 2008, the Pollie Awards and Conference took place in Santa Monica, ...
Google, Facebook Preparing For Flood Of Political Ad Cash
by overturning campaign finance rules that prevented corporations from spending at will to oppose or support political candidates. Two of the biggest likely beneficiaries of these new more liberal (not in the political sense) spending rules will undoubtedly be Google and Facebook, although they stood to benefit regardless as more and more political ad dollars flow into search and online display. According to The Hill both Google and Facebook are preparing for what they expect to be a big increase in online ad spending around issues and candidates in the run up to US November elections: Google’s Ann Arbor, Mich., advertising ... market research, surveys and trends
The Monkey Cage: Estimating the Cost of Campaign Advertising: A ...
and the Political Advertising Project at the University of Wisconsin have made to our understanding of how often campaign ads are shown, at what cost, to how many people, and with what effects (click HERE ). Now, though, comes word that one component of these data — the cost estimates — may be less reliable than had previously been supposed. Let’s begin with a brief review of where these cost estimates come from in the first place. (The source of the following is Michael G. Hagen and Robin Kolodny’s article, “Finding the Cost of Campaign Advertising,” in the latest issue of The Forum , ... market research, surveys and trends


Issue Advocacy Advertising During the 1996 Campaign
In 1996, ALT spent $1.8 million on voter education, including issue advocacy advertising.26. SOURCES OF INCOME. Americans for Limited Terms raises funds ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Over $15 million spent in presidential TV advertising since ...
Sep 17, 2008 ... presidential campaigns spent over $15 million on television advertising. Almost all (97 percent) of the airings in support of the Obama ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Community Briefing — advocacy group gets new leader
United Cerebral Palsy of Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties has a new executive director but he's a familiar name to many. Scott Webb, former executive director of the Modesto-based Carole Sund/ Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation, has been Modesto-based UCP's top official since April 1. He said he's taken over an outstanding organization and will lead an expansion program. Webb, 48, said UCP for the first time will offer services for children with disabilities and their families. UCP also is developing three employment training programs for the disabled and will be offering services in Tuolumne County for the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Crime doesn't pay but being a tipster does
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A series of window smashes at Brian Langfitt's pawn shop business led him to Crime Stoppers of Mesa County. But not in the way you might think. It was the late '90s and his business, the Cash Company, was then located on 12th Street across from Lincoln Park. Thugs were taking out his windows at night, possibly casing his business, checking police response, all in preparation for the inevitable big heist. That day came, and police response time to the robbery was 20 minutes — eons for a crackerjack thief. Langfitt huffed and puffed to the local police brass, when it dawned on him: ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


porate Issue/Advocacy Advertising Campaigns,” Communi- cation Research, 22 (4), 485–495. Chipman, Helen, Patricia Kendall, and Garry Auld (1995), “Con- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Search Results - THOMAS (Library of Congress)
Political campaigns: prohibit the FCC from requiring radio and television broadcasters to provide free air time for political advertising (see S. 1872 ), S2660 [26MR] ------reduce duration of campaigns and broadcasting rates for certain limited political advertising (see S. 1681 ), S1070 [26FE] Spectrum: ensure availability to amateur radio operators (see H.R. 3572 ), H1699 [27MR] Telecommunications: preserve State and local authority to regulate the placement, construction, and modification of certain facilities (see S. 2514 ), S10921 [24SE] ------protect critical infrastructure radio systems from interference and promote ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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WikiAnswers - What is the meaning of advocacy advertising
Advocacy advertising can be directed at either specific targets, or general targets, such as political activists, the media, consumer groups, government agencies, or competitors. It can be sponsored by any type of advertiser (businesses, consumer groups, special interest groups, political parties, or even individuals). such Advocacy advertisement is concerned with propagating ideas and elucidating controversial social issues of public importance in a manner that supports the interests of the sponsors. (Sandeep S Zala) First answer by TopSavings.Net . Last edit by TopSavings.Net . Contributor trust : 401 [
What are the differences between 'advocacy' and 'communication ...
In communication, one must first listen. In advocacy, one starts by proposing. The difference is in the degree of shift that is allowed, and the energies that must be dedicated to argumentative defence. posted 5 months ago Change Mentor & Expert Facilitator, bringing Clarity, building Options and driving Action! see all my answers I'd say that communication is a process that, to be successful, needs to involve listening and giving information. Advocacy involves pleading a case posted 5 months ago Programme and Project Management Consultant see all my answers In simple terms, advocacy involves the promotion of a viewpoint, ...