Why are movie ad campaigns so costly?

06/9/2005 | Slate

In the days before the DVD, after-market movie revenues were pegged to opening weekend grosses, which compelled movie marketers to spend, on average, $34.8 million on advertising per film. However, the new realities of the film business may mean that these huge expenditures no longer are necessary.

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