Is the TV news an attractive option for advertisers?

Reid, Alasdair
February 2002
Campaign;2/1/2002, Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
Examines the attraction of television news to advertisers in England. Dissipation in news viewing; Role of commercial broadcasters in reopening the flexibility issue with the regulators; Value of placing advertising aimed at an upmarket audience.


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