Buyers, the time to change is now

November 2005
Advertising Age;11/14/2005, Vol. 76 Issue 46, p20
Trade Publication
Provides an insight into the issue of how television viewers influence advertising and how they take control of media consumption in the U.S. Increase in consumer spending on media; Relevance of consumer empowerment; Attitude of traditional-media firms toward the issue.


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