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Monday, May 01, 2000 #3432
Do you have any data on how frequently media providers (buyers, ad agencies, etc.) engage in barter in lieu of cash exchanges? E.g. exchange media space for goods or services instead of cash. We're an online barter site and we're seeing a rise in the number of registered users from media buyer and ad agency markets

The Media Guru Answers(Monday, May 01, 2000 ):
The Guru doesn't know of any tracking of such transactions. The Guru would be surprised to find a large volume of such activity

Typically, barter is a short term financial maneuver which can improve the look of the books of the product manufacturer and may have some benefits for media vendors. It is usually not seen as beneficial or advisable by agencies.


Thursday, February 17, 2000 #3223
I am looking for information concerning the historical and current ad time slot invetory held by radio, TV, cable and how that is sold - rate card, barter, etc.

The Media Guru Answers(Sunday, February 27, 2000 ):
The Guru has only seen anecdotal information on this in trade publications like Ad Age. The media themsleves would rather not discuss it. Perhaps a barter company would have information.


Wednesday, October 20, 1999 #2891
Dear Media Guru, I am looking for a source for companies that do media bartering. About 8-10 years ago, we used a company in New York for a client to barter their ad space, primarily in broadcast. Is this still done? And where would I find information on it? Thanks.

The Media Guru Answers(Wednesday, October 20, 1999 ):
One of these companies is Active International


Wednesday, May 20, 1998 #1599
Dear Media Guru, I am developing and producing a short radio feature for barter syndication. On what basis do syndicators typically set their ad rates? I realize that the rates may be highly negotiable but are there any common formulas (based on CPM, CPP or some other data) used by syndicators to arrive at an "asking price"? Also, can you recommend any resources helpful in developing and marketing syndicated radio programming? Thanks for your help.

The Media Guru Answers(Wednesday, May 20, 1998 ):
Some of the issues in syndicated programming pricing are:
  • CPM or CPP better than spot radio pricing for similar audience size
  • Possible premium for an attractive program environment.
  • %U.S. coverage

There are numerous radio syndication companies, handling everything from Rush Limbaugh to obscure musical formats. One good way to solicit response from -- or tips about -- the right resource would be to post a message about your program to the "Radio Media" discussion list. Send your request to join the discussion to RADIO-MEDIA@adsong.com



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