The industry standard for 30 years—updated to include the newest developments in digitization and the three screens of video
Through six previous editions, Advertising Media Planning has proven essential to the success of both practicing and aspiring media planners. Now in its seventh edition, it continues to provide valuable insight and comprehensive coverage of media plan construction, reach and continuity measurement, and more.
Advertising Media Planning, Seventh Edition, retains all the critical information you need to know about traditional media—including TV, radio, and print—while exploring the latest media forms, illustrated with major advertiser case histories. You’ll find comprehensive coverage of the latest media planning and digital technologies including:
Organic and sponsored Google search
Digital out-of-home video
Computerized media channel planning
Cell phone mobile-media
DVR’s impact on TV commercial viewing
New online and traditional media measurement technologies
International competitive spending analysis
This is an exciting time for media planners. Those with the most creativity, strategic insight, and knowledge of the market are sure to find the greatest rewards.
Providing firm grounding on the fundamentals and bringing you up to speed on the latest developments in digitization, this updated classic is the best and most complete companion available for navigating the new frontier of media planning.
About the Authors
Jack Z. Sissors was a profession of media planning and strategy at Northwestern University. He created and edited The Journal of Media Planning and spent many years working with Leo Burnett and other top advertising agencies.
Roger Baron (Chicago, IL) is the senior vice president and director of media research at DRAFTFCB in Chicago, whose clients include Kraft Foods, SC Johnson, CoorsMiller Brewing Company, Boeing Aircraft, Starbucks, Quaker Oats, Taco Bell and Merck Pharmaceuticals. A member of the ARF Media Communications Council, he is the past president of the Media Research Club of Chicago. He is a frequent speaker at Advertising Research Foundation and other industry conferences.