Keep Your Mind on the Money

Friday, May 02, 2003

A strange phenomenon is taking place in the world of television advertising. Even though network TV has fewer and fewer viewers each year, advertisers continue to buy ad time at the going rates many months in advance. Advertising Age Editor Scott Donaton joins Bob to explain the annual advertisers' feeding frenzy known as the 'upfront market.'

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