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MDI Direct provides one-stop, on-demand digital access to all of our research annuals, reports and white papers. Since 1982, Media Dynamics, Inc. has been the premier source for independent estimates and analysis of the media and advertising, and now our research is available to you when you need it, accessed instantly through our website, by report title or by topic. Subscribers simply click on the title to view it.

A one-year subscription to MDI Direct gives you access to TV Dimensions, Cross-Platform Dimensions, National TV ACES, CPMTrack, TV Reach Finder, TV Now & Then, and our weekly TVD Alert and bi-weekly CPD Alert reports. In addition, any new research will be posted to MDI Direct at no additional fee, and when new reports are published (e.g. TV Dimensions 2021), the prior edition will be archived to your account. 

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ACES

ACES

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National TV ACES 2022-23 TV Season: Upfront TV Network Cost Efficiency Estimates

National TV ACES 2022-23 provides newly updated estimates of cost-per-thousand (CPMs) and cost-per-rating points (CPPs) for the 2022-2023 upfront. It presents our proprietary CPM and CPP projections for all three forms of national TV—broadcast networks, syndication and cable—by daypart and demographics on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.

Since reports of this nature require considerable explanation and interpretation, we invite interested parties to review the prospectus.

Publish Date: September 2022; 36 pages

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Consumer Demographics 2022 and Beyond

Consumer Demographics 2022 and Beyond

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Consumer Demographics 2022 and Beyond distills government data into over 70 easy-to-read tables on the changing demographics and consumption patterns of the population, including sex, age, marital status, education, income, occupation and race/ethnicity.

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CPD Alert

CPD Alert

STAY INFORMED! CPD and MDI Direct subscribers receive single subject reports of new developments and new research bi-weekly.

Subscribers to Cross Platform Dimensions 2022 or our MDI Direct subscription service receive Alert reports of new developments and new research, delivered by email on an ongoing and timely basis. These are brief, single subject articles designed to keep you informed as events break or new information becomes available.

CPD ALERTS BY DATE

09/20/22: Why Not Consider Mindset Targeting?

09/06/22: Is It Important To “Deduplicate” Audience Data?

08/09/22: CTV Scores Commercial Attention Gains

07/26/22: How Many Ad Messages Do We Really See?

07/12/22: Are Big TV Audience Numbers Really Better In Generating Ad Revenues?

06/14/22: How We Get Our TV And Video Content

05/17/22: Changing Patterns of TV Content Access and Viewing

04/26/22: AM/FM Still Tops In Audio Listening, But Rivals Make Gains

04/12/22: Does SVOD Attract More Co-viewing?

03/29/22: CPMs Can Be A Misleading Metric

 03/15/22: The Media Research Follies

03/01/22: Digital Ad Blocking Rates

02/15/22:Is A Census-Style TV Rating Service Necessary?

02/01/22: Podcast Usage on the Rise

12/07/21: Do Most People Really Hate Ads?

11/16/21:  An Ad Attention Calculator Arrives

11/02/21: How Attentive Are AVOD Viewers?

10/19/21: Do CTV Buys Lack Reach?

10/05/21: What Really Drives Sales Gains For Ad Campaigns?

09/21/21: Upgrading The Media Function: Audience Potential Is Not Enough

09/07/21: Predicting The Future Behavior Of Streamers

08/10/21: What Does An Average Adult’s Media Day Look Like?

07/27/21: Is “Audience Buying” Really Coming?

07/12/21: Nielsen's Audience Profile For Linear and Streaming Sheds New Light

06/22/21: What to Make of Polls

06/08/21: Linear TV Or Streaming: Maybe Let’s Look At The Revenues And Profits

05/11/21: Are Advertisers Deserting TV For Digital Media?

04/27/21: Podcast Audience Update

04/13/21: Which Medium Is The Champ In Daily Reach Attainment?

03/30/21: TV’s Digital Footprint Keeps Growing

03/16/21: Who Are Social Media News Regulars

03/02/21: Are Larger Audiences Better Audiences?

02/16/21: Media Spending Predictions For 2021

02/02/21: Targeted Media Buys: Who's Kidding Whom?

01/19/21: Generalized "Liking" Studies Offer Insights About Media

01/05/21: A New Case History Favoring A TV & Radio Media Mix

12/08/20: How Many Adults Would Welcome Ad-Supported Streaming Services?

11/17/20: Podcasts Are A Growth Medium

11/03/20: Rating YouTube As a News Source

10/20/20: Short-Term Effects Of Ad Exposure  On TV Vs. Digital Platforms

10/06/20: Emerging Sources Of Streaming Content

9/22/20: Frequency Concentration in Media

08/18/20: Wither Co-viewing?

08/04/20: Household Vs. Viewer Ratings: Why It Matters

07/21/20: What Do We Mean By "Viewing," Anyway?

07/07/20: Do Ads Really Follow the Eyeballs?

06/23/20: What Happens in A Media Minute?

06/09/20: The Shape Of Things To Come?

03/10/20: Is A Formula Approach The Way Forward For Comparing Platforms?

02/25/20: Why Can't TV Be Bought The Digital Way?

02/04/20: How Much Social Media Action Do TV Shows Generate?

01/21/20: How Profitable Are Media Ad Sellers?

01/07/20: TV & Digital Video Buying Methods: Will the Twain Ever Meet?

12/03/19: Radio's OOH Audience Isn't Just in Cars

11/12/19: Is Duration Weighting A Bridge Too Far?

10/29/19: 2019 Branding Campaign Spending by Medium

10/15/19: Where Do Adults Usually Get Their Local News?

10/01/19: Reach of Traditional Media Websites

09/17/19: Once Again, Consumers Say They Try to Avoid More Online Ads Than Those for Other Media

09/03/19: Radio's Reach Story is a Good Start, but More is Needed

08/20/19: New Study Says TV Clobbers All Other Media in Ad Effectiveness

08/06/19: Daily Media Reach: A Highly Fragmented Scene

07/23/19: The Neverending Question of How Much Frequency is Too Much or Enough

07/09/19: Selling Your Medium? Talk Marketing to Advertisers

06/18/19: Which Works Best: Creative or Media/TV or Digital?

06/04/19: When Comparing Media, it’s Sales Motivation that Really Counts

05/21/19: TV is Key to Reaching Those who Shun the Internet

05/07/19: Are Podcasts & Online In-Car Listening a Threat to AM-FM Stations?

04/23/19: How Valid are Reach Estimates Across Media?

04/09/19: Are Social Media Users TV Ad Receptive?

03/26/19: Are We Media Watchers, Readers or Listeners?

03/12/19: Digital Gains in Branding Dollars, but TV is Still the Champ

02/26/19: Is Social Media Activity Dominated by Young Adults?




CPMTrack

CPMTrack

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CPMTrack provides considerable detail for national TV (network types, dayparts and, from 1994-95 on, demographics). Significant changes in magazine publishing genres over the years preclude this degree of differentiation, but CPMs by demographics from 2002-present are included for a number of editorial categories, in addition to more general adult CPMs for the top 150 publications. For radio, national spot and network adult CPM estimates on an all-daypart basis are provided.

2022 press release

Publish Date: September 2021; 62 pages

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Cross-Platform Dimensions

Cross-Platform Dimensions

Now Available: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2022! 

The industry's comprehensive source for evaluating the media as advertising platforms

Media Dynamics, Inc.'s annual report designed to help make realistic evaluations of the audiences and advertising efficacy of TV, digital, radio, print and out-of-home on a comparative basis.

It’s impossible to understate the impact the new and emerging platforms have had on traditional media over the past two decades. WIth Cross-Platform Dimensions we quantify these changes and analyze how each of the media perform as advertising vehicles in this evolving environment, from the perspective of audience, time spent, demographics, reach & frequency, CPMs, ad exposure and ad impact. CPD also interprets what this all means from a media planner's standpoint, and delves into much-discussed areas like how to develop comparable audience metrics across media.

All subscribers to Cross-Platform Dimensions receive Alert reports of new developments and new research, delivered by email on an ongoing and timely basis. These are brief, single subject articles designed to keep you informed as events break or new information becomes available. A complete list of articles to date is available here.


Published: March 2022; 102 pages

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Get to Know MDI

Media Dynamics, Inc. is a media/advertising “think tank” established in 1982. Over the decades we have operated as industry consultants and as the publishers of annual reports on TV (Total TV Dimensions) and cross-media comparisons (Cross-Platform Dimensions). We also publish bi-weekly Alert articles on these topics, as well as special reports on the annual upfront, CPM trending for TV, radio and magazines, TV reach estimates and more. Our complete library is now available through our service, MDI Direct.

While we often reference published findings from various industry sources, our specialty is delving into the often-contradictory data that is available, accounting for gaps or flaws in the data, and developing our own estimates, which have been used by our clients—agencies, advertisers and media companies—as a reputable “second opinion” free from the promotional bias often seen in the trade press.


As an introduction to readers who may be unfamiliar with our work, here are several tables that illustrate the type of analysis we provide to our clients.

Table I presents our estimates of TV’s national primetime upfront sales from the 1990-91 to 2021-22 seasons that are featured in Total TV Dimensions 2022. Subscribers also receive breakdowns by broadcast TV network as well as CPM estimates by demographics and dayparts.

Table II provides trending on the distribution of TV viewing by program source, or in today’s parlance, platform. While the broadcast networks once supplied 64% of the average viewer’s daily intake, the proportion is far lower today—although perhaps not as low as some might expect.

Table III chronicles the rise of streaming, which currently accounts for a 29% share of all adult TV home resident viewing.

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Media Dynamics, Inc. is also well-known for in-depth coverage of the latest media hot topics. While many reports available in the trade press are for the purposes of promoting the sales efforts of a particular platform, we have the freedom to cover important issues without hype and hyperbole. Download our latest report for the unvarnished truth about the debate over how national TV audiences should be measured.

How Should National TV Audiences Be Measured?

One of the hottest topics in media concerns how national TV audiences should be measured. Are you up to speed on this important subject? Want to know more, including the pros and cons of proposed approaches?

This complimentary whitepaper cuts to the heart of the matter with some interesting insights and information you probably haven’t been acquainted with before.

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TV Dimensions

TV Dimensions

INTRODUCING Total TV Dimensions 2022

Since 1982, the industry's premier resource on TV as an advertising medium

The 2022 edition features a new approach that focuses on TV in its entirety, regardless of how it reaches its huge audience. While continuing to cover linear TV, we strive to include coverage of digital venues, especially CTV and streaming, wherever possible, with a goal towards examining important current or future developments.  

See the complete Table of Contents here.

All subscribers to TV Dimensions receive Alert reports of new developments and new research, delivered by email on an ongoing and timely basis. These are brief, single subject articles designed to keep you informed as events break or new information becomes available. A complete listing of articles to date is available here.


Published: January 2022; 200 pages
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TV Now & Then: How We Use It; How It Uses Us

TV Now & Then: How We Use It; How It Uses Us

By Ed Papazian

Ed Papazian brings his first-hand experience to bear on the history of television and its relationship to advertising.

Over the past six decades of my career, I have either witnessed or been a participant in all of television's many evolutions and transformations, all the while remaining a fan to this multi-faceted medium. My background is sufficiently varied, so as to enable me to appreciate the many nuances and tradeoffs that are involved in both the business of television and how audiences respond to both ads and programming.

This book focuses on two pivotal aspects: the first is the evolution of the medium's programming and how audiences respond ("How we use it"); and the second concerns the business side—how programs are created, how time is bought and sold, how ads are created and how they function ("How it uses us"). In both cases I have tried to tell it like it is, while still being as objective as possible, despite strong personal feelings I may have about some of the events and practices the book covers.

Published January 2016, 270 pp.

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TV Reach Finder

TV Reach Finder

(8/2019) Exclusive! 4-week adult reach tables by GRP level and by demos

INTRODUCING THE 2020 EDITION--AVAILABLE NOW!

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This report tackles a long-overdue need: revisiting and revising TV reach tables to accurately reflect today's TV viewing environment.

Because of the increasing rating fragmentation affecting all sectors of linear TV, plus the impact of cord cutting (a more recent phenomenon), MDI has revisited its TV Reach Finder report and fully updated its tables to reflect the current 2019-2020 situation.

It has been evident for some time that long held assumptions about TV's reach capabilities need to be rethought in light of today's audience definitions, rating fragmentation and the constant increases in commercial loads that are causing people to avoid ad messages by skipping commercials and spending more time with ad-free TV. This report analyzes the situation, including comparisons with old TV reach tables, and presents our independent estimates of what TV reach tables should look like today.

Using a variety of sources, including our own estimates, the bulk of this report presents 4-week adult reach tables by GRP level, starting with 1 GRP and rising one point at a time to 500 GRPs, after which we extend the tables to 1000 GRPs in 100 GRP intervals. Tables are provided covering early AM, daytime, early fringe, primetime and late fringe, for 18 basic demos (adults/men/women aged 18+, 18-34, 18-49, 25-54, 55+ and H.H. income $150,000+).

We have also included a formula for combining reach estimates across dayparts, which will be of interest to users of this report.

Detailed information, including the introduction and table guide, is available by clicking on the button to the left.

Editorial Note:
Media Dynamics, Inc. is the source for TV Upfront Report, based on decades of experience and careful review of all of the available research on TV viewing habits, the growth of broadband-only users, and­ the increased penetration of subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services, such as Netflix and Hulu. We also have had the opportunity to review actual reach tabs made recently and compared them to what the often-outdated reach tables show—some of the contrasts have been shocking, especially for the 18-34s and the affluent segments. Ultimately, we synthesize all of this information into our independent estimates.

Published August 2019; 245 pages

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TVD Alert

TVD Alert

STAY INFORMED! TVD and MDI Direct subscribers receive single subject reports of new developments and new research weekly.

Subscribers to TV Dimensions 2022 or our MDI Direct subscription service receive Alert reports of new developments and new research, delivered by email on an ongoing and timely basis. These are brief, single subject articles designed to keep you informed as events break or new information becomes available.

TVD ALERTS BY DATE 

09/27/22: Netflix's Ad Revenue Prospects

09/20/22: Why Not Consider Mindset Targeting?

09/13/22: Why And How People Use Various Sources To Get Their TV

09/06/22: Is It Important To “Deduplicate” Audience Data?

08/23/22:How Do We Split The TV Viewing Pie?

08/09/22: CTV Scores Commercial Attention Gains

08/02/22: The Upfront Report: TV's 2022-23 Primetime Upfront Closes With Modest Gains

07/26/22: How Many Ad Messages Do We Really See?

07/19/22: The Aging Of Cable's Audience

07/12/22: Are Big TV Audience Numbers Really Better In Generating Ad Revenues?

06/28/22: TV Ratings: Which Are Right?

06/14/22: How We Get Our TV And Video Content

06/07/22: An Update on TV Attentiveness for CTV, Sports and News

05/24/22: What's National TV's Real CPM?

05/17/22: Changing Patterns of TV Content Access and Viewing

05/10/22: How The Government Profiles TV Viewing By Demos

05/03/22: Is Ad-supported Netflix on the Way?

04/12/22: Does SVOD Attract More Co-viewing?

04/05/22: Commercial Exposure Vs. Campaign Exposure

03/29/22: Is Targeting For Everyone?

03/22/22: CPMs Can Be A Misleading Metric

03/15/22: The Media Research Follies

03/08/22: Where And How We Watch TV In Our Homes

03/01/22: A Different Perspective On TV Show Ratings

02/22/22: Moving Beyond Default Primetime Spending In Media Plans

02/15/22: Is A Census-Style TV Rating Service Necessary?

02/08/22: Nielsen’s New CTV Audience Measurement Initiative

02/01/22: Has Streaming's Share of Viewing Peaked?

12/15/21:News Shows Become More Dominant For Cable

11/30/21: TV’s Ad Spend Predictions

11/16/21:  An Ad Attention Calculator Arrives

11/09/21: More Evidence That TV Viewing Did Indeed Rise In 2020

11/02/21: How Attentive Are AVOD Viewers?

10/26/21: How Much Time Do We Really Spend with Traditional TV?

10/19/21: Do CTV Buys Lack Reach?

10/12/21: Will Attention Metrics Revolutionize the Effectiveness of TV Time Buys?

10/05/21: So How Do We Watch TV, Anyway?

09/28/21: The 2021-22 Upfront

09/21/21: Upgrading The Media Function: Audience Potential Is Not Enough

09/14/21: Why Some People Cut The Cord Or Never Use Pay TV

09/07/21: Predicting The Future Behavior Of Streamers

08/17/21: Do AVOD Viewers Pay More Attention To Commercials?

08/10/21: TV’s Ideal Rating Service Revisited

08/03/21: An Updated Look at Our Changing Use of TV Program Sources Over The Decades

07/27/21: Is “Audience Buying” Really Coming?

07/20/21: TV's Impending Advertising Reach Problem

07/12/21: Nielsen's Audience Profile For Linear and Streaming Sheds New Light

06/22/21: TV: The Shape of Things to Come

06/15/21: Will The Pandemic Stimulate More TV Consumption In The Long Term?

06/08/21: Linear TV Or Streaming: Maybe Let’s Look At The Revenues And Profits

05/18/21: Improving TV Time Buying

05/11/21: Are Advertisers Deserting TV For Digital Media?

05/04/21: Does Anyone Trust TV Commercials?

04/27/21: Did Nielsen Undercount TV Viewing During The Pandemic?

04/20/21: Calculating Attentive CPMs--Is The  Industry On The Right Track?

04/13/21: Which Medium Is The Champ In Daily Reach Attainment?

04/06/21: Are Streamers’ Motivations And Perceptions Changing?

03/30/21: TV’s Digital Footprint Keeps Growing

03/23/21: TV Trend Comparisons: Who’s Winning The Game?

03/16/21: Don't Look Now But TV Sports Viewers Are Aging Too

03/09/21: History Says We Expect Too Much From TV Audience Surveys

03/02/21: TV's Ad Selling Dreams Might Be A Nightmare

02/23/21: 18-49 and 25-54: Your Day Is Past

02/16/21: The Continued Impact Of Political Leanings On TV News

02/09/21: The Shape Of Things To Come: Evolving  Broadcast TV Network Business Plans

02/02/21: Targeted Media Buys: Who's Kidding Whom?

01/26/21: More on TV Attentiveness and "Dwell Time"

01/19/21: Are Short-Form, Single Message TV Commercials More Effective?

01/12/21: The Genre Factor In TV Program Appeals

01/05/21: A New Case History Favoring A TV & Radio Media Mix

12/15/20: Who Streams?

12/08/20: How Many Adults Would Welcome Ad-Supported Streaming Services?

12/01/20: Is TV News Becoming More Attractive to the Younger Viewer?

11/17/20: How TV Ad Clutter Looks To Viewers

11/10/20: How Many TV Commercials Are  We Really “Bombarded” With?

11/03/20: Will SVOD/AVOD Change TV’s Audience Profile?

10/27/20: TV’s 2020-21 Primetime Upfront: What Happened?

10/20/20: Short-Term Effects Of Ad Exposure  On TV Vs. Digital Platforms

10/13/20: Do Our Political News Sources Cater To Us, Or Vice-Versa?

10/06/20: Emerging Sources Of Streaming Content

09/29/20: Video Game Advertising: Has Its Time Come?

09/22/20: Is There a Problem with Local TV Impressions and Ratings?

09/15/20: The Impact Of Covid-19 On Linear TV Usage

09/08/20:  How Will Our TV Usage Change By 2025?

08/25/20: Does Anyone Watch TV Commercials? An Important Question Revisited

08/18/20: Wither Co-viewing?

08/11/20: Rising TV Ad Clutter and Its Implications

08/04/20: Household Vs. Viewer Ratings: Why It Matters

07/28/20: Better Targeting and Its Impact on ROI

07/21/20: What Do We Mean By "Viewing," Anyway?

07/14/20: The Ideal TV Rating Service: Dream Vs. Reality

07/07/20: Do Ads Really Follow the Eyeballs?

06/23/20: A Real World Assessment Of Frequency Capping

06/16/20: TV's Premium Ad Breaks: Should the Idea Be Expanded?

06/09/20: The Shape of Things to Come?

03/17/20: The Disconnect Between Audience Buying And Actual TV Consumption

03/10/20: TV Channel Access & Usage: Past, Present and Future

02/25/20: Why Can't TV Be Bought The Digital Way?

02/11/20: More Insights About TV Commercial Exposure From TVision

02/04/20: What Does The Future Hold For The  Impact Of The “Streaming Wars”?

01/28/20: How Much Will TV's Linear vs. Streaming Audience Change Between 2020-2025?

01/21/20: How Profitable Are Media Ad Sellers?

01/14/20: Does Anyone Really Watch TV Commercials?

01/07/20: TV & Digital Video Buying Methods: Will the Twain Ever Meet?

12/03/19: New TVision Take on Commercial Attentiveness by Daypart

11/19/19: Which TV Genres Benefit The Most From Delayed Viewing?

11/12/19: New Data On Subscription TV, Plus What’s Ahead

11/05/19: Non-Linear TV Content Streaming Is Not As Extensive As Believed

10/29/19: 2019 Branding Campaign Spending by Medium

10/22/19: The U.S. Government Finds that "TV" Viewing is on the Rise

10/15/19: How Important are Sports & News to "Pay TV"?

10/08/19: TV Commercial Exposure

10/01/19: Advertisers Spend More to Reach Viewers in Sports and News

09/24/19: What Do Streamers Watch?

09/17/19: The Evolution of TV Program Sources & Their Impact Over Time

09/10/19: How Fast is TV Losing its Audience?

09/03/19: OTT & Linear TV: Not an Either/Or Proposition

08/20/19: New Study Says TV Clobbers All Other Media in Ad Effectiveness

08/13/19: Assessing the 2019-20 Upfront

08/06/19: How Substantial is Linear TV's Digital Audience Lift?

07/30/19: Let's Upgrade our National TV Ratings so They Mean Something

07/23/19: The Neverending Question of How Much Frequency Is Too Much or Enough

07/16/19: Netflix Subscribers Gravitate Mainly to Non-Netflix Original Fare

07/09/19: What Happens If Netflix Decides to Sell Ads?

06/25/19: TV's Solitary Viewing on the Rise

06/18/19: TV's Rising Ad Clutter Problem and a Possible Solution

06/11/19: A Proposal to Change TV’s Upfront for the Better

06/04/19: Surprise, Surprise: Primetime TV Ad Clutter Remained the Same as Last Year

05/28/19: Pay TV “Nevers”…but not Forever?

05/21/19: Millennials’ and Boomers’ Favorite TV/Video Shows  & Networks Aren’t as Different as You Might Expect

05/14/19: Is Co-viewing a Plus for Advertisers?

05/07/19: Examining TV’s Imbalance of Content Access & Usage

04/30/19: Local News Access is Strong

04/23/19: TV Commercial Effectiveness by Length

04/09/19: Are Social Media Users TV Ad Receptive?

04/02/19: Second Screen Access While Watching TV Increasing Only Slightly?

03/26/19: The March of Time: Aging & Its Impact on TV Consumption

03/19/19: Cord Cutting Continues, but Where is it Going?

03/12/19: Digital Gains in Branding Dollars, but TV is Still the Champ

03/04/19: Profiling TV’s Connected Audience by Age & Time of Day

02/26/19: Another Study Using Eye Tracking Compares TV Commercial Lengths

02/19/19: How People Get their TV Matters to TV Programmers

02/13/19: Where do Out-of-Home TV Sports Viewers See their Teams in Action?

02/05/19: Did TV Dramatically Trim its Ad Loads this Season?

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SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE

The pandemic of 2020 has disrupted the media world.  But certain things are unlikely to change, for example, the question, "How many viewers actually watch commercials?" is certain to come up again and again. Since interesting new data is available on this important subject, we are making a special "get to know us" offer to potential new subscribers which provides three interesting articles on this subject for the nominal price of $95.  These are:

Does Anyone Watch TV Commercials?

More Insights About TV Commercial Exposure From TVision

What About Attentive Time Spent?

Each article is short and to the point, with a table or two in support of the commentary. The first article gives a historical perspective of observational studies of commercial exposure from the 1950s to the current time, with some surprising findings. The second article shows current data about commercial attentiveness by age and how it varies by show. The third article contains our exclusive estimates for all media of how much fully attentive time is spent with their editorial and ad content—it may surprise you.


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