Or, it may refer to the average amount of time (typically minutes per hour) during the day/daypart in which viewers are exposed to advertising spots.
Volume of advertising to which viewers are exposed.
In the case of television, advertising clutter may refer to the volume of advertising spots carried by a broadcast channel.
User software that prevents Internet ads from being displayed.
Advertising that is downloaded to the users browser.
on the roof), (b) internally and attached to the TV set or (c) internally and built in to the TV set.
In some countries with large commercial MATV networks, MATV may be included under cable reception.Company or other organisation purchasing commercial airtime on television for promotional purposes.An organisation acting as an agent for a producer of goods or services (an advertiser) devoted to developing and placing advertising in order to further the acceptance of a brand product, service or idea.Peoplemeter measurement that registers viewer presence by means of remote control push-button handsets, where panel members are instructed to press at the beginning and end of each viewing session.Each person (family member) belonging to the panel is assigned their own button for purposes of individual identification, whilst additional buttons on the remote control handset are reserved for recording guest viewing.Second generation mobile telephony systems offering better quality at lower costs to the consumer through the digitisation of the signal and supporting voice, low speed data connections and short messaging services. Third generation mobile telephony systems as result of further progress in cellular transmission technology leading to faster bit rates.