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How the TV Networks Make Their Money

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Ad sales is the heart and soul of the TV business. Without it, their would be no television shows. You ever wonder how much advertisers pay the networks for ad space, and which shows cost the most? Here are the top ten in 2013:

1) SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (NBC)
Last year: $545,142 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 22.2 million total viewers, 8.4 in 18 to 49.

2) AMERICAN IDOL (FOX)
Last year: $340,825 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: We’ll have to wait until Jan. 15

3) THE BIG BANG THEORY (CBS)
Last year: $275,573 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 18.2 million total viewers, 5.3 in 18 to 49

4) THE VOICE (NBC)
Last year: $239,866 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 14.4 million total viewers, 4.7 in 18 to 49

5) MODERN FAMILY (ABC)
Last year: $330,908 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 11.1 million total viewers, 4.1 in 18 to 49.

6) NEW GIRL (FOX)
Last year: $320,940 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 3.8 million total viewers, 2.0 in 18 to 49.

7) THE SIMPSONS (FOX)
Last year: $286,131 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 6.4 million total viewers, 2.9 in 18 to 49.

8) THE FOLLOWING (FOX)
Last year: $194,425 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: Not yet! (Season 2 premieres Monday, Jan. 20.)

9) SCANDAL (ABC)
Last year: $139,668 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 9.7 million total viewers, 3.4 in 18 to 49.

10) FAMILY GUY (FOX)
Last year: $276,690 per 30 second spot
Season-to-date ratings: 5.2 million total viewers, 2.6 in 18 to 49.

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