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In today's media landscape, most consumers don't differentiate between programming viewed on broadcast, cable, ADS-delivered, and online or mobile channels.  It's all considered "TV viewing" and the positives, opportunities and challenges apply to "video" across the board:

  • TV set penetration in U.S. households is high, according to the Nielsen Company:
    • 96.9% of households have a TV
      • However, according to Nielsen's National Television Household Universe Estimates, there are 119.9 million TV homes in the U.S. for the 2018-19 TV season.
  • Majority of American homes have wired cable or some alternate delivery system
    • 50.6% of households have a wired cable service as of November 2017
    • This is a large decline from just two years prior - 55.9% in November 2015 that
    • 29.8% of households now have some form of alternate delivery service (ADS) such as satellite, telecom

(Source: Television Bureau of Advertising)

U.S. adults are spending nearly half a day consuming media in some form or fashion.

  • In Q3 2018 A18+ spent an average of:
    • Live TV: 3:44 hours
    • Time-Shifted TV: 30 minutes
    • Internet Connected Device: 29 minutes
    • Internet on a Computer: 31 minutes
    • App/Web on a Smartphone: 2:31 hours

(Source: Nielsen, Total Audience Report Report, Q3 2018)

  • Households without cable who primarily use broadband connections to stream will rise from 23.3 million is 2018 to 40.8 million in 2022.
    • By 2023, broadband is expected to be in 75% of U.S. households.

(Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence - Kagan media research unit, 2018)

  • Average time spent per A18+ per day on video:
    • Live + Time-Shifted TV: 4:13 hours
    • TV-Connected Devices: 47 minutes
    • Video on Computer: 7 minutes
    • Video Focused App/Web on a Smartphone: 11 minutes

(Source: Nielsen, Total Audience Report, Q3 2018)

  • Daily hours:minutes of Live TV usage based on U.S. population:
    • A18+: 4:14
    • A18-34: 1:51
    • A35-49: 3:34
    • A50-64: 5:29
    • A65+: 6:51

(Source: Nielsen, Total Audience Report, Q3 2018)

  • How branding advertisers allocate their media spend relative to audience metrics
    • TV
      • 4-Week Reach – 95%
      • Share of Time Spent – 36%
      • Share of Ad Dollars – 49%

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc)

  • Daily per capita house of media usage for the U.S. adult population for live TV was 4.75 hours in 2018. 
    • In own home: 5.34 hours
    • Away from home: 23 minutes 

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc)

  • Average adult's daily TV consumption rates by age and household income:
    • All adults: 5.47 hours
    • Adults 18-34: 3.84 hours
    • Adults 55+: 7.91 hours 
  • Household income:
    • Top 1/3: 4.20 hours
    • Low 1/3: 7.04 hours 

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc.)

  • Adult reach of TV/video: average minute to annual total
    • TV connected devices
      • Average minute:3
      • Average day: 21
      • Average week: 45 
      • Average month: 57
      • Average quarter:64
      • Full Year:75
    • Digital Video
      • Average minute:2
      • Average day: 20
      • Average week: 65
      • Average month: 84
      • Average quarter: 88
      • Full Year: 91

(Source: Intemedia Dimensions 2018, Media Dynamics Inc.)

  • Estimated average daily fully attentive time spent per adult with TV
    • Ad-to-Editorial Ratio
      • Ad/Promo Content – 25%
      • Editorial content – 75%
    • Full Attention
      • During Ads – 35%
      • During Editorial – 60%
    • Time Spent (hrs.)
      • During Ads – 1.4
      • During Editorial – 4.1
    • Fully Attentive Time Spent (hrs.)
      • During Ads – 0.4
      • During Editorial – 2.5

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc.)

  • Media Usage by Time of Day
    • Live/Delayed TV
      • 6-7am – 34%
      • 9-10am – 33%
      • 12-1pm – 32%
      • 3-4pm – 35%
      • 6-7pm – 46%
      • 9-10pm – 55%
      • Midnight-1am – 57%
      • 3-4am – 50%
    • TV-Connected Devices
      • 6-7am – 8%
      • 9-10am – 4%
      • 12-1pm – 5%
      • 3-4pm – 6%
      • 6-7pm – 8%
      • 9-10pm – 11%
      • Midnight-1am – 12%
      • 3-4am – 9%

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc.)

  • Digital Video Viewers, by age:
    • 0-11 – 24%
    • 12-17 – 23%
    • 18-24 – 29%
    • 25-34 – 41%
    • 35-44 – 36%
    • 45-54 – 32%
    • 55-64 – 24%
    • 65+ - 21%

(Source: eMarketer, August 2018)

  • How branding advertisers allocate their media spend relative to audience metrics
    • TV
      • 4-Week Reach – 95%
      • Share of Time Spent – 36%
      • Share of Ad Dollars – 49%

(Source: Cross-Platform Dimensions 2019, Media Dynamics Inc)

  • Internet and mobile platforms allow for TV everywhere, but adaption percentages are still low
  • Expanded digital viewing will be advantageous to advertisers, allowing exposure closer to point of purchase
  • The mass reach once afforded by advertising on broadcast TV networks has declined due to:
    • Access to multiple TV sets/screens within homes
      • TV used to be a group activity with everyone in the household gathered in front of the TV
      • Multiple sets/multiple screen options have transformed viewing into a more solitary, singular activity
  • Availability of more channels
    • Network TV once dominated with 3-6 channel options
    • Average home in 2017 typically selects from 203+ channels delivered via cable, satellite

(Source: Media Dynamics, Inc. – The Media Book 2017)

  • Digital-only platforms such as Hulu, Netflix, etc. have drawn viewers from broadcast, cable, ADS
  • Video on Demand (VOD) options growing, gaining awareness among consumers
  • An estimated 43.4MM households own/use a DVR in 2019 while Netflix has reached 60.55MM subscribers as of Q3 2018.

(Source: Statista, 2019)

  • Consumers no longer need to make an "appointment" to watch their favorite shows
    • Prime-time programs recorded for later viewing, binge-viewing
    • Time-shifting of programs challenges advertisers placing time-sensitive commercials
    • Consumers may delete or skip over commercials in recorded programming
  • Television commands more advertising dollars than any other medium, but low volume relative to time spent:
    • National TV (including cable) ended 2017 @ $44.5 billion - down 18%. It represents 52% of national ad spending.

      (Pivotal Research, May, 2018)

    • Local TC (including cable) ended 2017 @ $19.4 billion down 4%. It represents 34% of total local advertising.

      (Pivotal Research, May 2018)

Key Links to additional information on Television:

http://www.tvb.org/

http://www.iab.net/

http://www.nielsen.com/content/corporate/us/en/solutions/measurement/television.html

For data on cable penetration, ADS for specific DMAs:

http://www.tvb.org/Public/Research/CompetitiveMedia/CableADS/NationalADS,Wired-CableBroadcastOnlyHouseholdPenetrationTrends.aspx

For data on specific cable carriers within major markets:

http://www.thevab.com/local/


Local TV stations offer community sponsorships and location-based opportunities to drive traffic to retail locations
Short ad units (:15s) are accepted by most local stations, unlike on network TV
Nielsen to intro new product-use interface with local TV ratings
Buying and tracking is simple, much like broadcast networks
CPMs are usually lower than broadcast nets' – but higher than cable
Guaranteed CPM delivery for upfront buys, similar to network TV
National breaks have less clutter (and less zapping)
Syndication audiences may be the most ad receptive of any TV platform
Certain syndication formats (dating shows, sitcoms) are effective at targeting younger audiences
As of November 2017, Alternate Delivery Systems (ADS) such as satellite TV had attained 29.8% penetration of U.S. TV households versus 50.6% for wired cable; in November 2000, that ratio was 11.4% versus 70.2% respectively. (Source: TVB, 2017 – wired cable figures include telco)
Satellite TV delivers programming via communication satellites and is received by an outdoor antenna, typically a parabolic reflector called a satellite dish. Satellite TV is available anywhere that a dish can be installed to face south, whereas consumers must live within an area served by a cable provider in order to access service. Satellite is the only option in many rural areas.
Satellite and cable TV frequently offer the same channels (including premium channels such as HBO and Showtime), but satellite TV's basic package (approximately 200 channels) is equivalent to a premium cable package, making satellite the better value-for-dollar option.
    Total TV/Video Advertising Advantages
  • Is deliverable 24/7
  • Combines all the elements of sound, sight and motion to deliver a powerful impact on the senses
  • Is intrusive, comes directly to the viewer for immediate impact
  • Can be placed in a programming environment that complements the brand or retailer's business or message
  • Allows for repetition of messaging with a defined timespan
  • Exclusivity of product category is usually available at a price
  • May reach consumers who tend not to access any other form of media
  • Has largely moved away from seasonal viewing shifts as networks rose to challenges presented by independent stations and cable over the years, creating more program options and rolling out first-run programming even during summer months.  Nielsen trends now indicate that peaks in winter months and valleys in summertime have leveled off to relatively flat year-round ratings.
  • Growing use of alternate video devices (computer, tablet, streaming services) creates an opportunity
  • VOD (Video on Demand) opens growth area for consumer usage and awareness

Total TV/Video Advertising Advantages

  • Is deliverable 24/7
  • Combines all the elements of sound, sight and motion to deliver a powerful impact on the senses
  • Is intrusive, comes directly to the viewer for immediate impact
  • Can be placed in a programming environment that complements the brand or retailer's business or message
  • Allows for repetition of messaging with a defined timespan
  • Exclusivity of product category is usually available at a price
  • May reach consumers who tend not to access any other form of media
  • Has largely moved away from seasonal viewing shifts as networks rose to challenges presented by independent stations and cable over the years, creating more program options and rolling out first-run programming even during summer months.  Nielsen trends now indicate that peaks in winter months and valleys in summertime have leveled off to relatively flat year-round ratings.
  • Growing use of alternate video devices (computer, tablet, streaming services) creates an opportunity
  • VOD (Video on Demand) opens growth area for consumer usage and awareness

Network TV Advantages

  • Reaches virtually all U.S. markets, households
  • Broad reach allows for fairly rapid cume build across a schedule
  • Network programming is available in most dayparts
  • Time buying and post-buy analysis are relatively easy compared to other TV platforms
  • Attractive, high-visibility sponsorships are available
  • Nets and program producers are increasingly offering product placement and digital sponsorship deals
  • Pricing for short commercials is fair
  • Primetime hours are relatively uncluttered with commercials.  Clutter rates had risen earlier in this decade but have stabilized more recently
  • Upfront audience delivery guaranteed on broad demographics
  • Audience research through Nielsen's PeopleMeter provides a degree of precision in data compared to most other media
  • Nielsen's commercial ratings give advertisers an ad-relevant overview

Local Spot TV Advantages

  • For local market advertisers, the small number of local channels makes selecting programming and buying time relatively easy
  • Advertisers can usually buy time in any daypart
  • Geo-targeting capabilities are available
  • Local TV stations offer community sponsorships and location-based opportunities to drive traffic to retail locations
  • Short ad units (:15s) are accepted by most local stations, unlike on network TV
  • Nielsen to intro new product-use interface with local TV ratings

Syndicated TV Advantages

  • Buying and tracking is simple, much like broadcast networks
  • CPMs are usually lower than broadcast nets' – but higher than cable
  • Guaranteed CPM delivery for upfront buys, similar to network TV
  • National breaks have less clutter (and less zapping)
  • Syndication audiences may be the most ad receptive of any TV platform
  • Certain syndication formats (dating shows, sitcoms) are effective at targeting younger audiences

Satellite TV Advantages

  • As of November 2017, Alternate Delivery Systems (ADS) such as satellite TV had attained 29.8% penetration of U.S. TV households versus 50.6% for wired cable; in November 2000, that ratio was 11.4% versus 70.2% respectively. (Source: TVB, 2017 – wired cable figures include telco)
  • Satellite TV delivers programming via communication satellites and is received by an outdoor antenna, typically a parabolic reflector called a satellite dish. Satellite TV is available anywhere that a dish can be installed to face south, whereas consumers must live within an area served by a cable provider in order to access service. Satellite is the only option in many rural areas.
Ad-Supported Cable TV Advantages
  • In 2017, there were 98 million cable+ households in the U.S. according to The Video Advertising Bureau (VAB)
  • Geographic targeting is easily accommodated
  • Unlike Broadcast TV Networks, cable nets have programming available in all dayparts
  • Ratings have risen over the years as viewers migrated from broadcast TV platforms
  • Many channels afford niche programming with targeted demographics and psychographic attributes
  • All age groups now spend more time with cable than broadcast TV, with younger consumers spending significantly more time.
  • Highly affordable, with low CPM
  • Fair pricing for short commercials
  • Product integration opportunities available to advertisers
  • Precise audience available through Nielsen PeopleMeter measurement, similar to broadcast networks
  • Cable now reaches approximately 9 out of 10 Americans
Is deliverable 24/7
Combines all the elements of sound, sight and motion to deliver a powerful impact on the senses
Is intrusive, comes directly to the viewer for immediate impact
Can be placed in a programming environment that complements the brand or retailer's business or message
Allows for repetition of messaging with a defined time span
Exclusivity of product category is usually available at a price
For local market advertisers, the small number of local channels makes selecting programming and buying time relatively easy
Advertisers can usually buy time in any daypart
Geo-targeting capabilities are available
May reach consumers who tend not to access any other form of media
Has largely moved away from seasonal viewing shifts as networks rose to challenges presented by independent stations and cable over the years, creating more program options and rolling out first-run programming even during summer months.  Nielsen trends now indicate that peaks in winter months and valleys in summertime have leveled off to relatively flat year-round ratings.
Growing use of alternate video devices (computer, tablet, streaming services) creates an opportunity
VOD (Video on Demand) opens growth area for consumer usage and awareness
Reaches virtually all U.S. markets, households
Broad reach allows for fairly rapid cume build across a schedule
Network programming is available in most dayparts
Time buying and post-buy analysis are relatively easy compared to other TV platforms
Attractive, high-visibility sponsorships are available
Nets and program producers are increasingly offering product placement and digital sponsorship deals
Pricing for short commercials is fair
Prime-time hours are relatively uncluttered with commercials.  Clutter rates had risen earlier in this decade but have stabilized more recently
Upfront audience delivery guaranteed on broad demographics
Audience research through Nielsen's PeopleMeter provides a degree of precision in data compared to most other media
Nielsen's commercial ratings give advertisers an ad-relevant overview

Ad-Supported Cable TV Disadvantages
  • Full-market coverage is only available in I+ markets; advertisers must supplement with ADS (satellite/telcos) to achieve full-market saturation
  • Bundling – or the packaging of multiple channels by cable access providers – forces consumers to pay for channels they don't watch
  • Due to rising costs of subscriptions and increasing availability of other video options, more and more consumer are "pulling the plug" on cable services
  • Approximately 13.6% of U.S. households only have access to broadcast TV, not cable
  • While excellent programming is abundant, cable also fills a lot of air-time with reruns
  • The large – and growing – number of cable channels creates a high degree of audience fragmentation, resulting in lower program ratings in general
  • Number of channels makes buying difficult, placing commercials, tracking makegoods, doing post-analysis is time cumbersome and time consuming
  • Clutter is a major issue on some channels, leading to even more avoidance than on broadcast TV
  • Commercials give cable a downscale image
    • Glut of infomercials aired in late night and early morning
    • Poorly produced "local" spots may surround your well-executed spot
  • Nielsen data on smaller cable channels, especially digital channels, is limited due to sample size issues
  • Digital services such as Netflix pose a threat to cable and broadcast as the offer on-demand viewing, original content
  • The top 6 cable companies lost an estimated 910,000 subscribers in 2018 (Source: Leichtman Research Group, 2019)
Total TV/Video Advertising Disadvantages
  • Is expensive to produce and to buy
  • Prime placement may not be available due to limited avails within the most popular programs
  • May be less demographically selective as other media forms, although cable TV options may be more focused
  • Is typically cluttered, so spots may be placed deep within a string of commercials.  Viewers may head to the fridge during long commercial breaks, or switch channels.  Messaging may get lost in the shuffle, long-term recall may be lost.
  • May be fast-forwarded if program is recorded for later viewing
  • Increased use of social media in conjunction with TV-viewing may diminish or eliminate any attention to advertising messages aired
Network TV Disadvantages
  • Ratings have eroded considerable with the growth of cable viewing and increased competition from various digital media
  • Viewer loyalty has declined due to excessive stunting, schedule changes and program preemptions
  • Audiences are increasingly older, more downscale as younger consumers move to other platforms
  • Primetime is no longer the ultimate vehicle to reach mass audiences. Between 20-25% of the population is not reached weekly by combined ABC/CBS/NBC/Fox prime
  • Ad exposure and impact have declined based on increased clutter, dial switching and ad skipping via DVRs
  • No capacity to target specific areas within a given market
  • Expensive – Highest CPM of any form of TV
  • High commercial production costs
  • While Nielsen's TV are superior to other media research, challenges remain re sample balancing, editing rules and measurement of new forms of transmission
Local Spot TV Disadvantages
  • Stations don't guarantee spot placement unless fixed-position premium is paid; buys may be preempted for higher rate schedules
  • Programming varies throughout the day, so zeroing-in on a specific target audience group can be a challenge on local TV
  • Many stations get help from their networks to hype Nielsen "sweep" period ratings
  • CPMs are usually comparable to broadcast TV networks/syndication for the same dayparts, but are not formally guaranteed.  While bonus spots or makegoods may be given, their timing and program typing may not be appropriate.
  • Nielsen audience samples for local markets are very basic in comparison to network research – small samples, slow reporting, minimal ethnic data
  • Targeting selective consumer demographics is problem with only broad sex/age ratings data available
  • For multi-market advertisers, negotiating and buying on a market-by-market basis is tedious and difficult
  • Post-buy accounting can be very difficult
Syndicated TV Disadvantages
  • Limited availability, not distributed across all dayparts
  • Upscale demographics, males are difficult to target
  • Limited program range versus broadcast networks, cable
    • Sports programming, fare aimed at kids is scarce to non-existent
    • Genres such as talk, court shows, sitcoms oversaturated
Satellite TV Disadvantages
  • Satellite TV services, like cable providers, are experiencing declines in subscribers as consumers migrate to online streaming services. 
  • Satellite TV providers lost about 2.36MM subscribers in 2018 compared to a loss of around 1.55MM subscribers in 2017
  • DIRECTV lost 1.23MM subscribers in 2018 compared to a loss of 554K subscribers in 2017
  • Dish also took a hit with a loss of 1.13MM subscribers in 2018. (Source: Leichtman Research Group, 2019)

Television / Video Plus Radio

  • Reach: Radio reaches more people every week than any other medium, including TV. Adding radio to a television schedule can bolster the number of different persons who will be exposed to an advertising message.
  • Local: Most AM/FM radio programming is local (or is perceived as local by consumers). This establishes a personal connection with the consumer that cannot be matched by network TV or cable programming.
  • Share of Media Time: The amount of time consumers spend with radio has remained constant over the past years despite the increase in media and entertainment options. Innovations in technology have only expanded radio's share of media - across devices and platforms.
  • Emotional Connections: Radio establishes an emotional connection with listeners, lending credibility to ad messages aired. This is especially true when on-air personalities deliver the message or endorse products or services. Utilizing radio in this way can bolster the impact of a more generic television ad schedule.
  • Commercial Acceptance: Radio listeners are receptive to commercial messages they hear on their favorite stations. The evergreen study "What Happens When the Spots Come On" found that 93% of listeners stay tuned during lead-in to commercial breaks, and 90% stayed for breaks longer than 3 minutes. Contrast this to viewers leaving the room or changing channels during TV's ad breaks, commercial skipping on time-shifted TV.
  • Environment: Radio is relatively uncluttered compared to television, especially versus local TV stations and cable. Even if viewers stay tuned during commercial breaks on TV, messages aired in long pods not register, or may become lost to memory by the end of the pod; and competitive advertisers may find their spots placed directly adjacent to each other Many of the spots aired on TV/cable are poorly produced and irritating to the viewer; a well-produced spot will be aired in the same break. Radio spots can jog the memory of TV/cable viewers who may not clearly recall ads they had been exposed to.
  • Cost: Good radio advertising is inexpensive to produce in relation to TV/cable production costs. Creative for the same product can be tailored to appeal to a distinct consumer audience within a unique format such as Country, Talk, Urban, etc.
  • Speed: The time to create a radio spot, produce it and get it on the air is shorter than the time to get a good TV/cable spot ready for airing. Radio can be the advance team for messaging that needs to get out quickly, or for timed sales or events.
  • Imagery Transfer: Radio can boost a TV/cable advertiser's message through imagery transfer or theater of the mind. Numerous research studies over the years have proven that radio listeners visualize images from a TV ad when they hear that advertiser's same or similar message on the radio, reinforcing the impact of the TV ad schedule. Additionally, as numerous advertisers incorporate sonic branding, radio helps to trigger brand recall through sonic branding.
  • Mobility: TV has become more mobile in recent years due to the capability to access on computers, tablets, and mobile phones – but the fact remains that the majority of TV viewing still takes place at home. TV advertisers can employ radio's high in-car, at-work and on-the-go tune-in to extend their messaging to listeners who are out of home and closer to the point of purchase.
  • Recall: Numerous studies point to radio's ability to drive brand recall and awareness. Radio when used in conjunction with other media, can also improve and increase recall, awareness and drive traffic.

For more information on radio:
Glossary: http://www.rab.com/public/reports/buysellterms.pdf
FAQs: http://www.rab.com/whyradio/faq.cfm
Statistics and Trends: http://www.rab.com/whyradio/

Reach: Radio reaches more people every week than any other medium, including TV. Adding radio to a television schedule can bolster the number of different persons who will be exposed to an advertising message
Local: Most AM/FM radio programming is local (or is perceived as local by consumers). This establishes a personal connection with the consumer that cannot be matched by network TV or cable programming
Share of Media Time: The amount of time consumers spend with radio has remained constant over the past years despite the increase in media and entertainment options. Innovations in technology have only expanded radio's share of media - across devices and platforms
Emotional Connections: Radio establishes an emotional connection with listeners, lending credibility to ad messages aired. This is especially true when on-air personalities deliver the message or endorse products or services. Utilizing radio in this way can bolster the impact of a more generic television ad schedule
Commercial Acceptance: Radio listeners are receptive to commercial messages they hear on their favorite stations. The evergreen study "What Happens When the Spots Come On" found that 93% of listeners stay tuned during lead-in to commercial breaks, and 90% stayed for breaks longer than 3 minutes. Contrast this to viewers leaving the room or changing channels during TV's ad breaks, commercial skipping on time-shifted TV
Environment: Radio is relatively uncluttered compared to television, especially versus local TV stations and cable. Even if viewers stay tuned during commercial breaks on TV, messages aired in long pods not register, or may become lost to memory by the end of the pod; and competitive advertisers may find their spots placed directly adjacent to each other Many of the spots aired on TV/cable are poorly produced and irritating to the viewer; a well-produced spot will be aired in the same break. Radio spots can jog the memory of TV/cable viewers who may not clearly recall ads they had been exposed to
Cost: Good radio advertising is inexpensive to produce in relation to TV/cable production costs. Creative for the same product can be tailored to appeal to a distinct consumer audience within a unique format such as Country, Talk, Urban, etc.
Speed: The time to create a radio spot, produce it and get it on the air is shorter than the time to get a good TV/cable spot ready for airing. Radio can be the advance team for messaging that needs to get out quickly, or for timed sales or events
Imagery Transfer: Radio can boost a TV/cable advertiser's message through imagery transfer or theater of the mind. Numerous research studies over the years have proven that radio listeners visualize images from a TV ad when they hear that advertiser's same or similar message on the radio, reinforcing the impact of the TV ad schedule. Additionally, as numerous advertisers incorporate sonic branding, radio helps to trigger brand recall through sonic branding
Mobility: TV has become more mobile in recent years due to the capability to access on computers, tablets, and mobile phones – but the fact remains that the majority of TV viewing still takes place at home. TV advertisers can employ radio's high in-car, at-work and on-the-go tune-in to extend their messaging to listeners who are out of home and closer to the point of purchase
Recall: Numerous studies point to radio's ability to drive brand recall and awareness. Radio when used in conjunction with other media, can also improve and increase recall, awareness and drive traffic


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