|08-03-2010, 07:15 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2005
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Is there an average "cost per thousand" in TV advertising?
Basic question that I hope some in the Biz will help with!
Is there a basic CPM advertising rate, where if we know a TV show gets "3 million viewers" we can guess what their general "cost-per-thousand" ad rates might be ???
I understand a little about TV shows' ratings representing number of viewers ... and then TV advertising rates are based on "CPM" or cost-per-thousand viewers watching.
X thousands of viewers means so much X$ ad rates per thousand viewers, etc.
I understand each viewer demographic has greater or lesser "value" to advertisers (the 18-49 being those with buying power, etc)
But is there a standard -- or does anyone know -- the basic, average "cost per thousand viewers" in the TV advertising field?
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