Art Pottery, Politics and Food
Wednesday, April 14, 2004

From the Los Angeles Times:

President Bush's reelection team is scaling back its massive level of television advertising…viewers in the 18 states where the ads have aired since early March will see about 30% fewer a week…The reelection team spent so much so soon "with the intent of putting this thing away early, and it didn't happen," said Erik Smith, executive director of the Media Fund…Independent analysts agreed with that assessment…One gauge is the tracking conducted for by TNSMI/Campaign Media Analysis Group, which follows the political ad purchases in the nation's 100 largest media markets. Its data show that through Saturday, Bush had aired 37,212 spots in those markets at a cost of $26.6 million.

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