CAB460 - Advanced Media Planning
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Advanced Media Planning
This subject was designed for students selecting the "Business Stream" to develop a detailed understanding of media planning on multiple levels. Topics will include factors affecting the media budget, scheduling, ratings, rankings, and classifications, plus career opportunities in media. In addition, students will employ research data from A.C. Nielsen Media Research, Harris Media Systems, BBM, Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), Canadian Circulations Audit Board (CCAB), Television Bureau (TVB), Radio Bureau of Canada (RBC) and the Print Measurement Bureau (PMB) in the development of advertising media strategy and planning.
Prerequisites: CAB240, CAB328, CAB340
Co-requisites: CAB444, CAB450, CAB470
Creative Advertising Diploma Program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Be familiar with the various media research services and products that are available to media planners in Canada.
2. Be aware of and understand the different media planning information that each service can supply to the medial planner.
3. Have had hands-on actual experience in using these tools to build more targeted media schedules.
4. Be able to compare the cost differences for a medium or media mixes to deliver the same Reach or Frequency targets.
5. Be able to compare the amount of time required for each medium or media mix to deliver similar Reach or Frequency levels.
6. Be able to determine when the Reach curve is maximized and the Frequency component starts to accelerate.
7. Be able to present these differing media evaluations and analysis as recommendation to illustrate their strengths and benefits.
8. Have had actively participated individually, and as part of teams, in the workshop presentations/exchanges and the assignments that will be a part of each.
9. Have attended all of the classes, met all of the deadlines and project requirements.
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