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Note that the percentage of US TV HHs (rating) viewing during prime-time has risen slowly over time, but the broadcast networks share of viewing has continued to drop during the period. As the prime-time broadcast network audience began declining in the early 1980′s, it shifted to cable networks, and primarily basic/ad supported cable networks. Some additional things jump out at me: Independent Stations have joined up and become Network Affiliates. Note the ever growing list of networks below. I don’t have good data on the number of Independent stations vs. Network Affiliates, but conventional wisdom is that ...
until adopting its current name in 1997. The channel has an annual budget of £1,200 million. Along with the BBC's other domestic television stations , it is funded entirely by the licence fee , and therefore shows uninterrupted programming with no commercial advertising. It is currently the most watched television channel in the United Kingdom, ahead of its traditional rival for ratings leadership, ITV1 . The channel was named Channel of the Year at the 2007 Broadcast Awards. The Channel Controller for BBC One is Jay Hunt .
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood: The Next BusRadio? by ...
Haven’t we been down this road before? A few years ago, it was BusRadio promising to make school buses safer and calmer with its student-targeted radio broadcasts. Now it’s television that marketers claim will soothe the beast. From the Dallas Morning News : Television can be a ready baby sitter in the living room, but will it work on school buses? The Garland school district is experimenting with playing educational videos on a school bus to help cut discipline problems. For $1,500 per bus, Carrollton-based AdComp Systems installs a 26-inch flat screen TV at the front of the bus. The screen plays videos supplied ... market research, surveys and trends
DiabetesCare.net Goes Spanish…and French…and 50 Other Languages ...
In a unvarnished "you asked and we listened" moment, DiabetesCare.net, the recently launched full-service diabetes website that caters to the entire diabetes common, including those seeking self-care information and solutions, as well being of the cl~s who diabetes caregivers and providers looking for a one-stop resource in quest of their patients, has added Google's "Translate" tool to its website, enabling visitors to view the website's content in 52 different languages. The some request we've heard over and over again is to show the website's extensive and dynamically-refreshed diabetes content ... market research, surveys and trends

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NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES ALCOHOL ADVERTISING BANS AND ALCOHOL ...
advertising have about 10 percent lower alcohol consumption and ... expenditures in the United States were about one billion dollars in 1980. ..... no commercial advertising of any kind on radio or television. The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Web radio, music industry reach agreement on royalties | Digital ...
Internet radio got a break Tuesday when the sector reached an agreement on streaming-music royalty rates with SoundExchange, the group that collects royalties on behalf of artists and labels. The two sides announced the deal, which comes after more than two years of negotiations, political maneuvering, and fans pleading with lawmakers to save Webcasting. It should be noted, however, that Webcasters are still at a disadvantage when competing with traditional broadcast radio. Over-the-air stations aren't required to pay royalty rates to artists or labels. Steve Marks, an executive vice president for the Recording Industry ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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DiabetesCare.net Goes Spanish…and French…and 50 Other Languages
The one request we've heard over and over again is to make the website's extensive and dynamically-refreshed diabetes content available in different languages, most notably Spanish and French. Mt. Laurel, NJ (Vocus) July 1, 2010 In a simple "you asked and we listened" moment, DiabetesCare.net, the recently launched full-service diabetes website that caters to the entire diabetes community, including those seeking self-care information and solutions, as well as diabetes caregivers and providers looking for a one-stop resource for their patients, has added Google's "Translate" tool to its ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Clear Channel Decides It's What's 'Upfront' That Counts
Clear Channel Communications owns no television networks, channels or stations, but it is borrowing a page from the TV medium’s playbook. Clear Channel, a giant in radio, outdoor and digital advertising, is planning a series of presentations to advertisers and agencies intended to serve as a showcase for its programming and marketing prowess. The presentations — to take place in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York — are to begin on Monday and run through the second week of August. If that sounds familiar, it is because Clear Channel is, um, channeling the way the powers in television have sold commercial time for decades, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

CEJA Report – Industry Support of Professional Education in Medicine
The Society for General Internal Medicine, for example, accepts virtually no commercial support for its educational activities and no commercial advertising ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Publication 598 (03/2010), Tax on Unrelated Business Income of ...
  Unrelated business income is the income from a trade or business regularly carried on by an exempt organization and not substantially related to the performance by the organization of its exempt purpose or function, except that the organization uses the profits derived from this activity.   Certain trade or business activities are not treated as an unrelated trade or business. See Excluded Trade or Business Activities , later. Trade or business.   The term “ trade or business ” generally includes any activity carried on for the production of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Political Advertising: What Effect on Commercial Advertisers
This research was supported by grants from the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation and the University of California, Los Angeles.     Introduction Commercial advertising has always been a central feature of American culture. As encountered in the mass media, it is pervasive and inescapable. Most Americans take for granted the "rules" of commercial advertising, even though they may not be aware that any formal guidelines exist and may have little or no idea what the legal effect of such guidelines might be. Commercial advertisements are widely accepted as fair and legitimate marketing. Contrast the world of political ...
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  1. profile image kvvok Is it possible soccer has never taken hold in the US because advertising companies hate the fact there are no commercial breaks?
  2. profile image LaceyjoC No way did i just hear a tanning radio commercial advertising that one tan gives u 100 glasses of milk's vitamin D...
  3. profile image brandwise Advertising Quiz: What gum commercial of the early 80's had the tagline - "Big Bubbles, No Troubles"?
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Visual Pollution Caused by Advertising | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
My guess is that multinationals are willing to provide an advertising payment to the local authorities (landlords and municipal authorities) that is relatively impressive. Without an opposing reason to forgo the payment, the village accepts the advertising and ends up with a piece of artwork designed by someone who doesn't live in their environment and doesn't know how to fit the ad to the space. I can imagine a solution where advertising companies are encouraged to build designs that fit the location, possibly by photographing campaigns that fit/don't fit and posting them online. Location-relevant advertising ...
What's the deal with "free movies"? Specifically, sites like ...
I ran a search for "free movie downloads" and saw TONS of sites that purport to allow one to download many different movies FREE, including very new releases. I've always believed the old adage that "If it seems too good to be true, it most likely is (a scam, that is)." So what's the deal, anyone know? Is there "security" risk (i.e., bad guys waiting for you to click a certain button so they can SEE into your PC?)? I see no commercial advertising on these sites, so how in the world would they make their money? It sounds tempting, certainly, but I'm VERY, VERY skeptical. As I have painfully learned over ...