Thursday, December 20, 2007

Why your publisher is nuts for online video

The advertising rates are irresistible compared to conventional banner or text ads. The Wall Street Journal, for one, gets $90 CPM -- cost per thousand views -- for the 15-second "pre-rolls" that play before its online videos, Web Video Report says. Of course, the WSJ commands sky-high rates because it offers advertisers an educated, well-heeled audience.

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[Hat tip, Valleywag]

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