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huffingtonpost.com - 4 readers - By Robin Respaut and Lucas Iberico Lozada NEW YORK, April 14 (Reuters) - By one estimate U.S. online political advertising c...
latimes.com - 6 readers - Next year is expected to set new records in political advertising spending -- with an estimated $6 billion up for grabs.
npr.org - 11 readers - Young people don't vote, right? Political campaigns often dismiss young folks, but a new index suggests they could tilt the balance of power in key states this election.
seekingalpha.com - 5 readers - Political advertising is expected to double from 2012 levels with digital media quadrupling (or more).Facebook is going to be the advertising monster of 2016, Z
wsj.com - 4 readers - Television remains far and away the dominant platform for groups trying to reach the biggest-possible audience of voters, but online ads are coming on strong.
wsj.com - 10 readers - Television advertising spending commitments could increase 3% to 5% in this year’s ad-sales period known as the ‘upfronts’—reversing a recent trend.
nbcchicago.com - 9 readers - Online advertising for the 2012 presidential race increased a whopping 251 percent from four years ago, according to Federal Election Commission data provided through mid-October.