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|HELP! Cost of ADVERTISING on DAYS?; paper due tomorrow! ball park guesses?|
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|cassie1013||Nov 20 2008, 01:09 AM Post #1|
Does anyone know or have any source whatsoever where it gives a ball park number on how much it costs to advertise during DAYS, or ANY daytime show for that matter? Even news? Just anything, lol.
Here's my sentence:
During the 1999 Superbowl, one of the highest annually rated television events, “advertisers paid an average of $1.6 million …for a thirty second time-slot” (McAllister, 2001, p. 403) in comparison to …
The paper is on online television viewing AND due tomorrow, and I wanted to show an extreme example of advertising revenues. :P Thanks if you know! Even ball park is fine, or if you know of a semi-recent newspaper article that would state this.
I'm still editing and realized I forgot to finish that sentence! THANKS!
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