Tag: television

Local TV Stations to Promote Movies being Broadcast

“When it comes to entertaining themselves, most Americans choose to watch movies and TV, over listening to music, playing video games, and other forms of entertainment. In fact, 27% of all entertainment hours in 2018 were spent watching TV and movies, followed by 19% listening to music, and 16% playing video games, according to The NPD Group. The remaining 38% of entertainment time was taken up by reading books, social networking and other activities.”

Satellite TV Providers to Target Cable Subscribers Whose Fees are Rising

“It’s probably no surprise that pay-TV packages are more expensive this year than in 2018, reports Consumer Reports. Prices rise every year. But you might be surprised at the size of the increase once you get your bill.”

Where TV Advertisers Should be Placing Ads

Consumers are no longer turning to only one form of TV to meet their needs. With all the video services available to the public now, TV advertisers have to stay on top of viewing trends in order to get their ads viewed.

Use Women’s Sports to Boost TV Commercial Effectiveness

Both women and men are nearly equally interested in watching women’s sports (49% vs. 51%), according to Nielsen

24% of Gen Xers Buy Products Advertised on This Medium

Generation X can be a slightly confounding consumer age group for advertisers. They show preferences for traditional media like the generations before them. But they’re also young enough to be technologically savvy like millennials. So, what are the best advertising methods to reach them?

Most Americans Trust Local News More Than National

News reported by local TV stations and newspapers is trusted by about 75% of Americans. Specifically, 76% trust local TV and 73% have confidence in local newspapers.

State Of TV Media Sales: TV Station Revenues Growing, But Daily Hurdles Still Persist

New Free White Paper from SalesFuel® Exposes Latest Opportunities and Challenges in Television. The 8th “State of TV Media Sales” white paper from AdMall® finds that the state of the industry is good year over year, but there is a lot of room for improvement. 68% of managers say their sales team’s results were up

Special Report: The State of TV Media Sales 2018

AdMall’s 8th State of TV Media Sales survey reveals that revenue is expected to grow despite challenges.
The state of the industry is good year over year, but there is a lot of room for improvement. 68% of managers say their sales team’s results were up in 2017 (vs. 2016), and most sales teams met or exceeded their sales goal in 2017 (only 44% came up short). As the media landscape becomes increasingly fractured and segmented, television media executives, TV sales managers and sales reps across the nation are facing similar obstacles. The free downloadable white paper is chock-full of fascinating data and information for the TV media sales industry.

Picture Quality, Price are Top Reasons for Buying an HDTV

Customers who recently purchased a high-definition television cite picture quality and price as the two primary reasons for selecting their TV, according to a recent report from J.D. Power. According to the report, there is also a notable shift in customers’ selections of HDTV technology year over year. In 2013, a larger percentage of customers have purchased LED televisions (44%) vs. LCD (39%) or plasma (17%) televisions, compared with LCD (41%), LED (33%) and plasma (19%) in 2012.

Boomers Spend More Time Online than Watching Traditional TV

According to the latest ChangeWave survey of business professionals between the ages of 45 and 63 on TV viewing habits vs. home Internet usage, these Boomers spend more free time online than they do watching traditional TV. And, by a five-to-one margin, the amount of traditional TV Boomers are watching versus a year ago is decreasing.