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PH 2013 ad spend reaches P340 Billion

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Television remains as the media of choice of brands in the Philippines, accounting for over a quarter of the total advertising expenditures in the country for 2013.Philippine advertisers have spent close to P340 billion pesos last year across tri-media, according to Kantar Media’s first full-year Advertising Expenditure Report made public this Thursday.Around P264.3 billion was allotted solely for TV ads, or equal to 78% of the country’s total ad spend. On its heels is radio (P62.7 billion) and print (P12.240 billion).Unilever Philippines is country’s biggest TV ad spender in the Philippines in 2012 with P48.3 billion. With the exception of pharmaceutical giant United Laboratories, the rest of the top five are FMCG heavyweights, namely Procter & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive and Nestle.Drilling down to specific brands, Palmolive Shampoo and Conditioner was found as the biggest ad spender with P5.8 billion. Another Colgate-Palmolive brand, Colgate Toothpaste, was in the second spot with 4.6 billion, with Surf Detergent bar close behind spending P4.5 billion.Detergents and hair shampoo brands were also the biggest spenders among product categories that Kantar Media reviewed in the study, with P24.2 billion and P23.3 billion, respectively.Based on TV ad expenditure shares on cost, TV network ABS-CBN took the lion’s share with 42.6%, followed by rival GMA with 30.44%. Free to air secured a 10.63% share, while cable TV got 8.4%. TV5 was fifth place with 7.84%.Started in 2012 with a June-November period study, comparative year-on-year figures for the report were not available, according to Kantar Media.With the widest reach and advertiser interest, Gabriel Buluran, Kantar Media general manager primarily focused on TV ad spending but clarified that data for radio and print is available by request. 

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