Friday, February 5, 2016

Broadcasters Cash Out


    Ah to be the sales manager at WMUR or other stations in NH.....According to a report I saw today, the broadcast advertising in the Granite State related to the primary is fiddy times what it was in 2012.
    But it all ends Tuesday, then it's back to car dealers for livelihood.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you see the Heinz Dachshund commercial? Right up your allay.
http://www.today.com/money/heinz-unleashes-stampede-wiener-dogs-new-super-bowl-commercial-t70976

Anonymous said...

Did you ever notice that Bernie type fascists are quick to claim ownership of other Opel's stuff and tell us they are going to stick it to Wall Street, even though Wall Street already pays for an ungodly amount of our state budget. Yet his oppressive nature never comes up with the idea of requiring the media to kick in an iota of their licensed monopoly air time or print for free and to "pay their fair share".

Why is that? Certainly it would be a small price to pay for the privilege of owning a television frequency or radio frequency or transmitting your message over the cables occupying public rights of way. Or for the privilege of being the "paper of record".

You hear the public service announcements on the radio and you think they are done as a public service. But you never know when they are being paid for by some govenrment grant so that government money can be funneled to the media.