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Halftime Show Turning Point Started With Low Point in Its History

The Story of the 1992 Super Bowl Halftime Show Prior to the early 1990s, the Super Bowl halftime show was typically based around a theme (many produced by Disney), and featured university marching bands, drill teams and other performance ensembles

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Posted in TV, TV Ratings, Uncategorized

Majority of Pay-TV Subscribers Have No Plans to Cut the Cord

While the rise of streaming services has certainly taken the TV world by storm with the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Sling TV and more, the majority of consumers seem unwilling to give up on their Pay-TV subscription just

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Posted in Market Research, Streaming Video, Technology, Traditional Media, TV

Are Viewers Paying Attention to TV Ads?

Before an audience can be affected by advertising messages, they need to first be paying attention. Then once they are exposed to an ad, with enough media weight and with the content of the ad creating impact, then the awareness

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Posted in Advertising Attention, Media Exposures, TV

Are You a Tech Early Adopter? You Should Be!

(Note:  SJ Insights’ CEO, Sheree Johnson, offers her POV on talking the talk and walking the walk on content delivery devices.) Years ago, I was interviewing an individual from a fairly big national agency for an Associate Media Director position

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Posted in Technology, TV