What you need to know about the TV advertising industry
Wired : The TV advertising market is an interesting one.
It’s been in the news for years, with all sorts of different things happening.
And this is where we come in, with a very in-depth look at the advertising industry, looking at how TV ad networks and TV production studios use advertising to get their products to consumers, and what those ads can do to your advertising budget.
And it’s not a simple one to make sense of, since each market is different, and each industry is trying to do its own thing.
The story of the TV ad industry in general has been told many times before, and we’re going to look at all of that.
We’ve covered the history of television advertising and TV programming in the past, so we’re just going to get straight to the points here.
First up, the TV ads themselves.
We’re going start with the TV networks, then we’re taking a look at how advertising is produced, and finally we’ll get into the advertising dollars that TV networks and producers make, and why.
What we’ll cover in this story is how TV advertising is funded, and how it’s made, how much is spent, and where those funds come from.
The basic premise is that TV ads are paid for by the networks themselves, who then use their own advertising budgets to pay for those ads.
The companies that make these ads are usually called TV production companies, or TV production and distribution companies.
The TV production company is usually the one that produces the commercials and then the network or production company pays for the other advertising that the networks want to run.
The networks get the advertising.
The production company makes the commercials.
And that’s where the money goes.
The networks are the main source of revenue for the TV production, distribution, and marketing companies.
But there’s also a third source of money for these companies, which are the TV producers.
The producers usually make the commercials themselves, or they hire someone else to do so.
And sometimes the producers of those commercials also have their own income coming in from the network, or the production company, and they pay the other people who make the ads, like the network’s production company or the network production company.
So the network and production company gets a portion of the revenue from the advertising, and the other companies get a portion from the networks.
How much is paid out each year?
The advertising industry has a number of different models for how much money is being paid out.
If you’re a production company in the U.S., the TV network has the option to pay the production costs, but there’s a different type of contract that some production companies can negotiate.
Those are called a TV production deal, and those are negotiated between the network TV production or distribution company and the production studio.
The studio then pays the network the full amount of the ad that it wants, and that’s then split evenly between the two parties.
In the U, the broadcast TV network contracts with studios for advertising.
These contracts usually come with an upfront payment of somewhere between $100,000 and $150,000.
That’s a lot of money, but the studios usually pay the upfront payment upfront, which is called a syndication fee.
The rest of the money is paid in installments over time, over many years, depending on how many times the ads are aired and what else is being done on the network.
The syndication fees also cover the network costs of the ads.
So that’s the amount of money the network has to pay to get a specific product, and it’s the same amount that the network is getting from the producers for the same product.
That’s where all the money comes from, and so the networks’ money goes to pay production companies.
In the United States, television production studios are mostly run by TV production firms.
But in other countries, like Japan, the networks can also contract with the same production companies for certain types of projects.
In those cases, the production companies get to decide how much the networks pay them, and when.
If they’re paid less than the network gets from them, that’s called a “bargaining price” and that comes with a number.
This is how the networks set their prices for TV advertising.
In the U., that’s how the studios negotiate TV production deals.
But that’s not the case in Japan.
The Japanese network pays the production firms based on the amount they get from the studios, and there are certain agreements in place where the networks and the studios agree to certain levels of production.
That means that if the networks get paid less from the production firm than they originally paid, the studios get to take a cut of the total amount they paid.
So the studios pay the networks a certain amount for each ad they produce.
In Japan, that money is called the “proprietary advertising price.”