Programming and Advertising Competition in the Broadcasting Industry
Jean Gabszewicz (),
Didier Laussel () and
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 2004, vol. 13, issue 4, 657-669
We analyze competition between two private television channels that derive their profits from advertising receipts. These profits are shown to be proportional to total population advertising attendance. The channels play a sequential game in which they first select their profiles (program mixes) and then their advertising ratios. We show that these ratios play the same role as prices in usual horizontal differentiation models. We prove that whenever ads' interruptions are costly for viewers the program mixes of the channels never converge but that the niche strategies are less effective and that the channel "profiles" are closer as advertising aversion becomes stronger. Copyright Blackwell Publishing 2004.
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