The Good News About Television: Attitudes Aren't Getting Worse: Tracking Public Attitudes toward TV Advertising

Periodically tracking public sentiment toward television advertising (TVA) is an important barometer for the advertising industry and its myriad stakeholders. To date, however, most studies of consumers' attitudes to TVA have been cross-sectional. This study, alternatively, provides a quasi-longitudinal examination of Australian attitudes toward TVA across four time points (2002, 2005, 2008, and 2010). Findings suggest that although attitudes toward TVA are generally negative, in fact they have not deteriorated over time. Considerable scope consequently exists for improving consumer attitudes toward TVA.

Publication: 
Journal of Advertising Research
Author: 
Ewing, Michael T.
Document Type: 
Research
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