A video explaining how this magazine put an ad up on early morning television (off-peak-hours) on certain cable news channels using Google TV/Video ads. It’s a pretty cool video to watch:
Buying an Ad on Fox News is Easier Than You Think
And cheaper, too. Say you have some life-altering product that needs advertising to get off the ground, using Google TV Ads, you can buy TV ad space whenever/wherever you want. Slate tested it out, and the results were surprising.
In the end, they did mention that they ended up paying $1700.00 on the experiment, but that did include a couple million 4:00am Fox News viewers. That should be good for something.
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