How much does it cost to watch TV ads on the internet?
The Hill – The cost of watching TV ads online in the United States is increasing, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
The cost of viewing online ads has been on the rise for years, but this year’s data was released to the public for the first time.
For example, in the first half of 2017, the average price per month for watching online ads in the U.S. was $18.28.
That was up by 8.5 percent from the same period last year.
In 2017, TV ads spent $1.5 billion on ads, up by $100 million from last year, the report said.
“This is an ongoing problem for American consumers,” said Jessica Schulze, director of the Pew Internet & Society Project.
“It’s particularly important given the increasing number of digital services and platforms that offer ad-supported content, including social media, mobile apps and other content creators.”
The Pew report also revealed that in 2017, viewers watched more than 3 billion hours of TV ad time.
That figure was up from the 2.4 billion hours they watched in 2016.
Ads on TV are a popular form of advertising, but the costs can be high.
On average, viewers spent $5,076 for the ad space they watched on TV in 2017.
However, in 2017 and earlier, the ads on TV were much less expensive, the Pew report said, meaning the cost per viewer for viewing ads on television dropped.
Pew also reported that the number of online ads on social media has grown in recent years, as have the number people see.
According to the Pew survey, online ad spending increased by $5.9 billion in 2017 to $23.7 billion.
While that may seem like a drop in the bucket, the decline is because the average time spent watching ads on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter grew by nearly 50 percent over the same time period last decade.
At the same moment, viewers who saw TV ads more frequently spent $2,062 more per month on those ads.
These costs are a reflection of the increasing importance of online ad revenue.
Last year, online ads accounted for just 5 percent of all TV ad spending.
In 2017, that figure jumped to 14 percent, Pew said.