Monday, September 14, 2015

Upfront 2015: Why Didn’t TV Tune in More Ad Dollars?

Madison Avenue and TV appear to be entering into an on-again off-again relationship.

Advertisers still want to use TV, but they are trying to be coy about their intentions. Media-buying executives estimate the volume of ad commitments made to Fox, NBC, CBS, the CW and ABC declined during TV’s recently completed upfront market, when big advertisers earmark dollars for the networks’ new fall programming. Of the five English-language broadcast networks, only CW secured an increase, according to buying executives.

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