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The cost of advertising spots for Tucker Carlson Tonight have nearly doubled in the last year despite numerous rounds of boycotts by advertisers.
The analysis, which was done by the media research firm SQAD, found that advertising spots for Carlson’s show had gone up from an average of $11,099 for a 30-second spot in July of 2018 to $21,878 for the average 30-second spot in July of 2019.
The article goes on to state the following:
Carlson, 50, has seen a sharp increase in cost of ad spots this spring and summer, with his show demanding an average of $13,289 a spot in March but an average of over $20,000 a spot in proceeding months.
In contrast, late night MSNBC-rival Rachel Maddow saw only a moderate increase in cost of ad spots.
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— Jon Nicosia (@NewsPolitics) August 22, 2019
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