Television generates less, radio more ad revenue in 2011

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Revenue from television advertising fell but revenue from advertising on radio inched up last year, István Ottó Nagy, who heads consultancy Ernst and Young, said at a press conference on Thursday.

Revenue from television advertising fell 6% to HUF 54.9 billion, but revenue from radio advertising edged up 2% to HUF 4.6 billion last year, Nagy said.

The data was based on a survey of 52 television broadcasters and four radio stations, said Levente B. Málnay, chairman of the Hungarian Electronic Program Services Association.

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