how many Sponsored Shows are on TV and Radio?
marketing and entertainment have always been allies ,particularly in the United States.From the beginnings of radio,then television,until today,many programmes have been produces or simply financed by major brands.In 1929,more than 55 per cent of radio programmes were financed or directly produced by advertisers or their agencies.15 amoung the famous examples we may note,over the decades,Little Orphan Annie, sponsored on the radio by ovaltine,but also The Kraft Musical Show ,The Lux Radio Theater ,The Texaco Star Theater ,The Philco Television Playhouse,The Colgate Comedy Hour,The Alcoa Hour,C
Next month i will write a hub on the top ten advertising agencies in terms of billings. Most of the large agencies have offices in several countries, my home agency has 130 offices in 55 countries, when I was an AAAA fellow there were 26 offices in 13 countries. My former agency has grown exponentially over the years. Because some of the agencies are privately held, it will take some time to get the total billing income, especially for global agencies.
by Deb Hirt4 years ago
Is a television in your home, or do you not have time for it?
by Laura Schneider5 years ago
How much TV is bad for people of various ages? How much TV do you currently watch?
by Simon Cook14 months ago
Is there too much reality TV?
by jupiter903 years ago
If you had complete control over the media, which television shows would you cancel?It doesn't just have to be a scripted show but it could be a talk show or a reality television show.
by Beth Perry4 years ago
What vintage TV shows from your parents' or grandparents' day have you developed an...interest in? I've recently started to watch reruns of the "Perry Mason" show on MeTV and like it very much. How about you?...
by ixwa5 years ago
Does the Media: Television, Radio, Newspaper, Internet and Twitter- affect the way you think, behave
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