Highest-Priced Primetime Broadcast TV Programs, October 2013 [CHART]

Chart - Highest-Priced Primetime Broadcast TV Programs

How expensive is it to advertise during “Sunday Night Football”? About $570,000 for a 30-second spot in NBC’s games and $595,000 for Fox’s slate of late games, says Adweek in a new survey of media buyers. “Sunday Night Football” (SNF) has been the most expensive for at least a couple of years, and the price tag keeps going up. Following SNF is CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” which now draws $326,260 per 30-second spot, an 18% jump from last year’s $275,573.

The CBS hit ranks ahead of NBC’s “The Voice” ($264,575 for the Monday night broadcast), ABC’s “Modern Family” ($257,435) and Fox’s “The Simpsons” ($256,963) in terms of pricing. Read the rest at MarketingCharts.

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