From MASB Executive Director Frank Findley:
What have marketers traditionally received in lieu of cash refunds when a program achieves lower ratings than planned for their ad placement?
Make-goods are free time or space provided to advertisers to make up for a program’s lower than expected ratings or an advertisement insertion that has been missed or has been incorrectly printed or broadcast. READ MORE…
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