Madison Avenue still hasn't caught up to Main Street

This has always been one of the most poignant comparisons in the Internet world, updated recently by Mary Meeker. TV has 31% of consumer media time and 39% of ad spending. Print gets 12% of consumer media time but a massive 26% of all ad spending. The Internet? 28% share of US consumer media time, yet a paltry 13% of ad spending. When looked at globally, that gap is worth $50 billion. This is an imbalance that won’t last.

Read the full presentation here: http://techcrunch.com/2010/11/16/ten-questions-internet-execs-should-ask-and-answer/

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