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‘Big Bang Theory’ the Most Expensive Show for Advertisers

The CBS comedy commands a staggering $326,260 per 30-second spot, topping the likes of "The Voice," "Modern Family" and "The Simpsons."

Fox, ABC Begin Upfront Deals With Media Agencies

Among the cable network groups that have completed some early deals are NBCUniversal, Turner Entertainment and Fox Cable.

Cable Networks Begin Upfront Talks as Broadcast Remains Quiet

Viacom has worked its way through a handful of agencies, while NBCUniversal is pushing USA's acquisition "Modern Family," asking as much as 25 percent over previous time slot occupant "Law & Order: SVU."

General Motors Pulls Out of Adverting Buys to Cut TV Costs, Sticks With Super Bowl

Focusing instead on flagship sporting events, such as Saturday's game and NCAA March Madness, the automaker has opted out of almost half its broadcast and cable buys.

NBC Super Bowl Ad Spots Selling for up to $3.5 Mil Each

Only a handful of the broadcast's in-game slots are still available for the Feb. 5 match.

Fox Kickstarts 2011-12 Upfront Market

The broadcast net is seeing low-double-digit CPM hikes on movies and retail.