Networks equal last year's $9.2 billion in sales
Former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen talked up his upcoming FX show “Anger Management” to advertisers on Thursday
Broadcast TV ad sales spike 4.5 percent, with ABC reporting $2.4B in sales; NBC nets $1.7B; CBS $2.6; syndication also closes with $2.3B
Broadcast TV’s big ad-selling season set to close by the weekend; ABC can’t beat the early 10-11% bargaining pattern set early on by Fox; CBS...
The eye is seeing 14% increases; ABC is 11% over last year
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“Late Show” host belts out a tune in ill-fated video for CBS’ advertisers upfront
New series will lead into the revamped “Two and a Half Men” on Monday nights next fall
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As Telemundo and Univision prepare to give their upfront presentations to advertisers, they expect to rake in about 20% more ad dollars than they did...
Ratings are down about 10% for the major broadcast networks this season. But happily for them, the prices for their commercials will be up double-digits...
One thing buyers will not go for is if the networks insist on double-digit price increases
Catch up on all the top schmooze, as Ester gives her own outrageous take on the week