Commercial Study Result

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Commercial Study Result

Postby John » Wed Mar 07, 2001 9:56 am

To the "Whomever Cares Department":<P>I've been keeping tabs regarding Beethoven.com's (B-dot-C) commercials vs. music. On average (this is not a formal study), it appears that B-dot-C takes up 14-15 minutes per hour with commercials, announcements, etc. This is certainly better than local broadcasting! Good job! Image<P>Now, if we could just address the "quality" of the commercials Image<P>John<BR>
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Re: Commercial Study Result

Postby Sir Stewart » Thu Jul 26, 2001 9:27 am

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by John:<BR><B>To the "Whomever Cares Department":<P>I've been keeping tabs regarding Beethoven.com's (B-dot-C) commercials vs. music. On average (this is not a formal study), it appears that B-dot-C takes up 14-15 minutes per hour with commercials, announcements, etc. This is certainly better than local broadcasting! Good job! Image<BR>Now, if we could just address the "quality" of the commercials Image<BR>John</B></font><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><P>hi john,<P>actually we have 8 minutes of recorded 'commercials' and 1 minute of 'recorded promos' each hour.<P>there is an average of 3 minutes of 'talk' each hour from the on air personalities.<P>total equals approx 12 non-music minutes per hour!<P>sir stew<BR>asst program director
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