What Is Addressable TV and What Does it Mean for Advertisers?

Consumer habits are constantly changing, which is why addressable TV is becoming more popular.

In today’s digital age, attention is scarce, and for brands to capture the interest of their consumers they need to provide them with relevant content.

At one time, brands would be quite happy to push out a single advert on a specific channel and capture 80% of the viewing audience. But that’s because there were only 3 or 4 channels available, so the attention of the consumer was a lot less divided.

Now, to achieve the same reach, you would have to push your ad out on hundreds of different channels.

On top of this, simply reaching a mass audience is not the best measurement of success.

After all, some of these people will not be your desired consumer so your content will not make the greatest impact.

But there is another, more targetted, more strategic way of reaching your target audience: Addressable TV.

In this post, we’re going to define exactly what addressable TV is, how it works, and ultimately what it means for advertisers so you can make sure you’re getting the best return on your investment.

What Is Addressable TV?

Addressable TV is the ability to target adverts to specific households on whatever device they might be watching on.

So, regardless of whether someone is watching TV on-demand, live streaming, or watching through linear viewing environments, they will see the relevant adverts.

Again, we’re using the word ‘relevant’ here as that concept is at the heart of addressable TV. Instead of a scattergun approach where you target the masses (which is suitable for some brands), you’re choosing which people see your advert based on certain characteristics.

Put simply, this means advertisers can segment households based on factors such as geography, behaviour, or general demographics.

This enables advertisers to improve their ad performance as the right people are seeing the right content.

And to make things even better, all data is monitored in real-time which means advertisers can tweak and adapt their campaign based on the results.

So, instead of just letting an advert run when it’s not generating any value, advertisers can act on the data and optimise their campaign to suit, whether that’s adapting the creative, audience strategy, budget, or a mix of all 3.

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How Does Addressable TV Work?

With traditional TV advertising, advertisers would select a program or network to show their advert alongside such as ITV1 or Channel 4.

However, with addressable TV, advertisers select a household that they want to see their advert based on the factors mentioned above (geography, behaviour, demographics, interests, viewing habits etc).

The key driver behind addressable TV is data, as this ensures you’re reaching the right type of consumer with your content.

By segmenting your audience based on certain factors, you can keep your advertising efforts laser-focussed for maximum results.

For example, if someone has been scrolling through social media content relating to buying a new car, an automotive brand can run an advert suggesting a test drive at their local dealership.

It’s a much smarter approach, as you’re serving customers with the content they want.

But how do advertisers access the data?

Essentially marketers create a ‘household profile’ for consumers based on things such as their previously watched programmes, owned devices, visited websites, and cross-device behaviour.

They then pass this information over to advertisers, OTT providers, and cable operators so that households can be targeted with specific content.

Addressable TV vs Linear TV

Instead of seeing addressable TV as the end to traditional advertising, it should instead be viewed as an advanced way to buy your target audience (driven by data).

If you’re new to this format, you might have some questions about the differences between addressable TV and Linear TV.

That’s why we’re outlining the main differences below to help you better understand how these two formats work.

1. Linear TV advertising

First up is linear TV which is probably the type of TV advertising you’re most familiar with.

With this type of advertising model, you choose target age/gender across the entire linear landscape based on ratings for a certain show. For example, House persons with children.

Furthermore, traditional TV is also bought upfront, which forces advertisers to plan further ahead and not able to make quick changes.

The hope is that your ad will reach your intended target audience, which because of how wide you’re casting the net, can lead to some waste.

2. Addressable TV

In contrast, addressable TV allows advertisers to use data segments as well as age/gender, in order to purchase extremely specific audiences, instead of more generalised groups.

For instance, with addressable TV, you can purchase ads to be shown to females aged between 25-40, and mastercard spend data, such as, booked a holiday in the last 12 months.

This allows the viewer to receive more personalised ads with content that is better suited to their wants and needs.

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What Does Addressable TV Mean for Advertisers?

As the consumers’ demand for personalised content continues to grow, there’s no denying that addressable TV is here to stay.

According to Go Addressable, 41% of advertisers that aren’t using addressable TV plan to start using it next year, and 37% of users plan to increase their addressable spend in 2023.

This form of advertising also means less ad waste as you’re only showing certain ads to certain types of people.

This allows advertisers to better optimise their budget by focussing on consumers who are more likely to interact with their brand or make a purchase.

By focussing on specific segments of the population rather than the entire population, advertisers can manage their spend by doubling down on things that work instead of casting the net wide and hoping they see results.

Whilst addressable TV is not going to replace traditional TV anytime soon, it allows targeted advertising at scale across linear, live-streamed, BVOD, and ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) platforms, and to supplement your broadcaster offering.

Furthermore, addressable TV is an attractive option for newer or more niche brands who may have never previously considered TV advertising.

That’s because it provides more value due to the fact you can match a brand with it’s desired segmented audience which results in greater awareness and increased consumer spend.

As addressable TV continues to deliver data-driven channels to create targeted TV campaigns, more advertisers will use these types of solutions to explore the results that it can bring.

How You Can Advertise on Addressable TV

If you’re thinking about advertising on addressable TV, then there are a few things to consider first.

By keeping the below points in mind it will help you plan and execute your advertising campaign to achieve the best results.

Let’s kick things off with your goals and objectives.

Identify your objectives

The first step is to define your goals and objectives so you know what you’re trying to achieve with your TV advert.

For example, do you want to attract more leads, cross-sell some of your products, or push a particular product?

You also need to identify your maximum cost per acquisition as this helps you better manage your advertising budget.

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Define your target audience

Defining your target audience is key as you need to understand who you’re trying to target with your advert.

Without fully understanding who these people are, you can’t tailor your content to suit. You need to build up a picture of your ideal audience including their general demographics, the types of programmes they usually watch, what devices they use, and where they are located.

If you don’t already have this information, consider using third-party data providers.

Consider your creative assets

Now you need to think about your creative assets, which is the content you will be using in your TV advert to reach your audience.

There are a number of things to consider to make sure these assets are right, which we have detailed below:

  • Your ads should have a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9
  • The bitrate of your video must be at least 5,000 kbps
  • You should create both 15 and 30-second ads
  • Make sure you include a call-to-action (CTA) in your ads

Plan your campaign

Your advertising campaign will depend on the size of your audience, the duration of your ad, and how often you plan to show it.

It will also depend on the parameters of the platform you choose, for example, lots of Demand Side Platforms (DSPs) offer a wealth of targeting options including geography, device, browser type, and demographic information.

Measure your performance

One of the best things about addressable TV is that it is data-driven.

By measuring the performance of different campaigns you can see how well different types of messages have resonated with your audience based on the action they have taken.

You can also monitor key metrics such as the number of views/clicks/interactions with the content, analysis of behaviour, and the reaction of viewers to different formats.

By being able to see the effectiveness of different ads at scale, it allows advertisers to adapt their content for specific audiences and devices.

It’s wise to give any TV advert around 30 days to see how viewers react.

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Should You Focus on Addressable TV or a Mass Market Approach?

The simplest answer to this question is that you should do both.

As we said earlier in the blog, addressable TV is not expected to replace traditional TV advertising any time soon, but the two should be used alongside one another.

Many TV companies are already allowing ads that run on digital VOD (video on demand) services to be bought and sold in real time, but there is a reluctance to open up linear TV to the same data-driven trading approach.

Take ITV, the UK’s largest commercial broadcaster as an example.

It recently launched an addressable ad platform called Planet V, but for now, brands will only be able to purchase ads to run on its VOD player, ITVX.

ITV’s managing director, commercial, Kelly Williams, agrees that the day will come when all ads will be “served” rather than “broadcast”, but expects this to be a longer-term transition.

The reality is that brands will need to find the right blend between linear, on-demand, and addressable TV depending on their campaign requirements.

This way, brands can use household targeting to extend their reach and increase their relevancy by making sure the right viewers see their ads.

What Is Addressable TV and What Does it Mean for Advertisers?

Addressable TV offers brands the opportunity to provide customers with targeted, more personalised content.

Now more than ever, consumers have such a vast amount of choice that it makes it difficult for brands to compete.There are simply so many channels for the viewer to choose from that it splits their attention and clouds their decision making process.

Gone are the days when there were a handful of channels to choose from which made it easier for your advert to make an impact. For brands to compete, they need to get their content seen by the right people wherever they may be, to really drive action.

If you don’t target your TV advertising to the right audience, you run the risk of wasting your budget on customers who have no intention of ever buying from you.

However with addressable TV, you can meticulously select who you want to see your advert to improve your ad performance and to achieve maximum engagement.

At the TV Agency, our team of experts ​will make sure the budget is used in the best way possible to create a successful campaign that maximises your return on investment. We’re more than just a typical agency, as we deal with each of our clients on an individual basis to create something you can truly be proud of.

If you’re new to TV advertising then it can be daunting! But you’ll be in safe hands when you partner with us as our team are well versed in the world of media buying, 2D & 3D animation, as well as live-action and CGI. So, not only do we do the fun stuff, but also the techy stuff and the legal bit as well.

Simply get in touch and leave the rest to us!

The Best TV Adverts of All Time

This blog post will highlight some of the best TV adverts of all time that successfully connected with audiences and are remembered to this day.

Whether brands are big or small, there are millions of adverts out there from recent years, or decades ago that are as memorable for us then, as they are now.

For this post we are going to explore some of the best TV advertisements to ever pop-up on our television screens, looking at brands such as John Lewis, Cadburys, and Coca-Cola and why their campaigns became viral sensations due to their creativity and brand messaging.

If you’re an advertiser, or you’re looking for some campaign inspiration then look no further than this post, as we will be exploring a range of different campaigns that you can pull ideas from.

So with that in mind, let’s get started with our first example!

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Freeview: Singing Cat and Budgie

We are starting off with a classic UK advert from Freeview, the free-to-air digital TV service.

Released back in 2014, this advert consisted of an unlikely duo of a cat and a budgie singing a duet.

The pair are left alone in a room together, the cat jumps up to open the budgie’s cage, and then they break into a version of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s cover of ‘You’re All I Need to Get By.’

They roam around the room together and end up singing and looking into each other’s eyes, and the advert creates a short love story surrounding the two characters.

Regardless of whether you’re a fan of cats and budgies, this advert is enough to warm your heart and make you think twice about what your pets are getting up to at home while you’re away!

John Lewis Elton John Advert
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John Lewis: Elton John

Every year John Lewis seems to pull it out of the bag around Christmas time and audiences across the UK and further afield, anticipate what the topic of the advert will be as December rolls around.

One of the best however, was the advert featuring Elton John and his story in 2019.

The adverts starts with the world famous singer himself on the piano in his home as he begins to play Your Song.

The premise of the advert is that “some gifts are more than just a gift” as it takes us back in time through the life and success of Elton John, right to the gift of a piano in his early years.

Iconic shows and scenes from his life are shown with a variety of actors playing him at different stages, from him performing in stadiums, to playing at a piano recital, and finally we see young Elton John tearing the wrapping paper from a piano one Christmas morning.

The advert ties together a musical icon, Christmas, and the power a gift can have without even using dialogue between the advert actors.

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Money Supermarket: Dave’s Epic Strut

Onto an opposite genre now and to more of a humorous TV advertisement with Money Supermarkets introduction of Dave’s epic strut.

The campaign starts with a man in a suit getting out of his car and strutting up the street with confidence.

Then, after people pass by and look down at his legs, it’s clear it’s not just his suit pants catching attention, but instead the camera pans down to show the character wearing a pair of denim shorts and heels.

The combination spoke for itself and the way the advert was filmed created enough intrigue for audiences to keep watching.

The juxtaposition of the two outfits on the actor works so well and he is accompanied by other male workers on their commute in a dance on the streets.

The voiceover reads: “Dave saved money on his car insurance with Money Supermarket and now he feels epic”, and this shows how the campaign the insurance company has created has the ultimate longevity.

The company from then on had a foundation for all of their adverts with that one sentence, and just had to pair it with something regular and something out of the ordinary for the video to match.

This advert caught the attention of all audiences as the level of humour appealed to viewers young and old, and the template of this advert provided a formula that worked again and again.

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Cadbury’s Dairy Milk: Drumming Gorilla

This advert was named as the nations all-time favourite at one point in time, and was created in a bid to bring fun and excitement back to the Cadburys organisation in 2007.

Surprisingly the advert almost didn’t make it onto TV screens, but when it did it was 90 seconds long, didn’t involve any humans, and there were no Dairy Milk bars in sight.

Instead the advertisement involved a gorilla drumming along to the iconic intro of ‘In the Air Tonight’ by Phil Collins.

The advert is certainly unique and holds the audience’s attention as for the first minute there is no backing track, and it shows a slow pan of the gorilla getting ready to perform.

Ironically despite the lack of branding and mention of Cadburys, the advert is still very clearly for the chocolate giant, as the gorilla is placed in front of a purple backdrop.

The directors of the advert wanted to showcase exactly how eating Cadburys Dairy Milk makes you feel, and the audience resonated with this as it became one of the companies largest and most successful campaigns.

Old Spice advert
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Old Spice: The Man Your Man Could Smell Like

This Old Spice advert in particular is a comedic take on average men’s body wash advertisements from other brands.

The entire focus is on the man and what he can do compared to everyone else as he is wearing Old Spice body wash, and they aren’t.

The model in the ad is shown to be getting out of the shower, and telling “ladies” to look at him then back to “their man” then back to him, and encouraging the audience to buy into the idea that Old Spice is the key to being a man.

The model is then transported to a boat holding the shower gel that changes to tickets to a show and then to diamonds, and suddenly the man is on a horse again holding the shower gel.

The 30 second advert is fast paced in order to showcase everything a man can do when wearing Old Spice, which is apparently everything!

The model is also conveniently without a shirt for the entire ad, and it almost makes a jab at a lot of aftershave and men’s health adverts where men are shown to be highly stereotypical.

Ultimately what Old Spice are saying is, the body wash is just a body wash, it won’t change who you are or make you more of a man, so buy it for the right reasons!

Gilette advert
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Gillette: We Believe: The Best Men Can Be

This advert caused slight controversy when it came to male stereotypes and toxic masculinity, but that’s exactly why it had to make this list of some of the best TV adverts of all time.

Gillette decided to steer away from the typical adverts of their past involving celebrities and models showcasing how to get the perfect shave and being highly masculine.

The advert demonstrates scenarios such as two young boys fighting, with father figures uttering “boys will be boys”, or a male employee speaking for a woman by saying “I think what she’s trying to say is.”

The company flipped the coin and focused on positive masculinity, by then showing examples of how men can support not only one another but women too, while at the same time setting the right example for the future generation.

Rather than the tagline “the best a man can get” Gillette swapped this out for “the best men can be”, in order to promote speaking out and standing up for one another and what is right.

The campaign went viral with over 4 million views in the first two days, so despite the backlash, the company clearly did something right with this powerful ad.

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Coca-Cola: Holidays Are Coming!

There are several remakes of the Holidays are Coming campaign by Coca-Cola starting with the original in 1995, and the latest one in 2020.

The content for the advert remains similar but the quality and actors featured are updated, and each advert shows families getting excited for Christmas and towns and villages preparing for an exciting arrival.

The Coca-Cola truck is shown to be driving towards the featured town and the theme tune “Holidays are Coming” plays, and families get wrapped up to go outside to see the festive truck.

As the vehicle travels through the town, Christmas lights are illuminated and some adverts even have the Santa Claus image coming to life as he drinks from a bottle of Coke.

Coca-cola has created a series of adverts here that are remembered across the globe with the motive of celebrating the Christmas period by opening a bottle of happiness.

This advert materialised into yearly events where families can visit the Coca-Cola truck in various locations across the UK, with the addition of a festive market.

The campaign has been going for over 25 years, and has been updated to stay relevant to the ever growing audience of Coca-Cola.

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Haribo: Inner Child

Haribo came out with a series of “inner child” advertisements, but the original was based in an office boardroom.

The concept of this advert, and a number of others created by the company, was to use the voices of children explaining why they love each of the Haribo sweets over the video of adults having a boardroom discussion.

Put more simply, the adult actors in the advert were made to look like they had the voices of the children.

The group discusses each of the sweets ranging from the heart to the gummy bears and the children’s explanations are charming as well as creating the humour.

This campaign perfectly targeted both audiences or adults and children, by incorporating a bit of silliness and lining up with their tagline of the time “Kids and Grown-ups Love it So”

Always #likeagirl advert
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Always: #Like A Girl

This advert, similar to the Gillette advert, involves a variety of actors and has a deeper messaging behind it.

Aired in 2014, the Always advert was created in a documentary style, with the director asking older girls and men to “run like a girl” or “throw like a girl”. The actors then proceeded to do the actions based on what they thought they meant, for example running with arms flapping around and not concentrating, or throwing the ball with no power.

The director then asked young girls around the age of 10 to do the same actions and the results were completely different.

The purpose of this campaign was to show that at a certain age, girls are made to feel incapable in doing some tasks through fear of failure, whereas beforehand they were full of confidence.

The mission of the menstrual product brand was to encourage girls everywhere to embrace this fear and build confidence and change the meaning of doing things “like a girl”.

This advert created a powerful movement and helped to continue to break stigmas around puberty and the menstrual cycle – an important pillar of the Always brand that still stands today!

The Best TV Adverts of All Time

So, there is our list of some of the best TV adverts of all time, all of which show how different emotions can be evoked through advertising campaigns.

Whether you laughed at the Inner Child series of Haribo adverts, or the John Lewis Christmas Ad gets you every year, all of the campaigns above are successful in making the audience feel something.

Although TV advertisements are a form of marketing to encourage an audience to invest in a product or service, this can’t be done if the messaging and company values are ingenuine.

This can lead to a lack of brand trust, and doesn’t allow audiences to get a feel for a brand’s personality.

Here at The TV Agency we can help you to plan and execute TV advertisements that will get your message out there and get your company noticed by audiences around the world.

If you’re looking to create an advert that is memorable and makes an impact on your audience, contact us to get started!

How Much Does a TV Advert Cost?

Hi, my name’s Davey Miller & I’m the Creative Director here at TVA.

If you’re wondering ‘how much does a TV advert cost?’, there are a number of factors to consider which we’ll explore in this post. But before we get into TV advertising costs and the figures, here are some factors you need to think about:

  • What has brought you to consider creating a commercial?
  • Have your online sales stalled?
  • Are you looking to branch out into TV, because you have reached your PPC limit and you want to reach a new audience?

Maybe you’re currently advertising online but you’re using static designs to drive the sale and they’re not engaging the customer.

At TVA, we consider ourselves advertising coaches. We will help and guide you with our inside knowledge ensuring the best path to go down.

Let’s dive in.

What Type of Adverts Do TVA Offer?

You need to identify what you are looking for in an advert, what you are promoting, and what you want the outcome to be. Is this sales, online traffic, or something else?

At TVA, our speciality is animation and VFX. However, animation isn’t all we offer, and if you need a live-action shoot then that’s no problem either.

We operate like any other agency, your desire is our command! We’ll call on our trusted fleet of filmmakers and freelance professionals, who under our guidance, will help us produce your live-action commercial.

Saying that, if animation can tell your story or sell your product better, we will go down that route instead. Animation gives you more scope for creativity and the flexibility to change things up and create something truly unique to your brand or product.

We provide a range of services at TVA, from 2D animation, to 3D animation, to corporate video. To find out more, take a look at our complete animation offering under our rebrand Lulu Animation!

It’s about weighing up the different options and identifying what would work best.

TV Advertising Key Considerations

You need to start by asking yourself ‘What are my goals with the commercial?’

It may be that you want to promote your brand and maximise your brand exposure or maybe you want to sell a product.

Let’s explore each of these further to help you decide which type of advert you need.

Promoting your brand

A brand lead commercial promotes your company and lets viewers know who you are and what your brand is about.

These adverts have a strong emotional aspect to them, they’re either thought-provoking, make you laugh or shed a tear. Good examples of a brand lead commercials are the likes of the John Lewis Christmas adverts, Sony Bravia Bouncing Balls and the brilliant ‘Wassup’ from the Bud commercials!

Selling a product

Sales lead commercials make up 99% of what our clients are looking for when they’re diving into advertising. A strong offer is key here. People love a deal and if they’re getting one, they’re more inclined to buy your product. Therefore, you need to make sure you have thought about what offer you are looking to promote.

On the flip side, if this is a product which is new to the market, consider what makes it unique and what features you want to be the focus of the commercial.

TV Advertising Costs

It’s time to talk TV advertising costs.

Now we have covered some of the different factors for creating an advert, it’s time to answer this all-important question.

Let’s categorise our costs to give you a better idea of what you can expect. This will influence your decision making and will help you plan your marketing budget.


You can make an advert for less than 5k but you are often limited by what existing assets you have available. Social media videos will usually fall into this category as you don’t necessarily want to spend a fortune on a video that might not be seen by a lot of people. But a basic graphic advert or simple stock footage advert can be made within this budget.

To get the most out of this budget you will need to supply as much artwork or footage as possible or keep the idea very simple.

£5k – £10k

This is a great place to start for a 30-second animated production, with us looking after the creative, art direction, scriptwriting and script clearance. These elements are often overlooked yet they are so important when developing a new commercial!

£10k – £30k

This is where the game is upped as more money means more time and this ultimately gives the project more scope!

As discussed earlier, the pre-production stage of any production is where the magic happens. The creative is fleshed out and more time can be spent on making sure your advert looks the business, and ultimately, this is where most advertisers want to be.

See below examples of projects which fall within this price bracket.

How Long Does a Production Take?

A production has three stages, pre-production, production & post-production.

  • Pre-production is the start of your production, scriptwriting, script clearance, storyboarding, art direction, hiring actors, voice-overs, getting the crew assembled, all the key elements that are the foundation of your commercial.
  • Production – now we’ve got the foundations in place we can now move on to filming/animating your advert or promo. If it’s an animation, then this is when assets would be created, background, props and everything would be animated and brought to life.
  • Post-Production is where all the magic is put together to produce the final advert, cutting, colour grading and editing, also adding any extra effects – adding the final polish to make your advert look tip-top.

So you might be asking, ‘How long does this all take?’

Well, it’s a hard one to answer since productions can take anything from a few weeks up to a few months, depending on the production complexity or script clearance.

At times, it can take longer due to the legal claims being made in teh advert or the product/service you’re advertising, especially if it’s your first advert. For your first advert we’d always allow at least 2 weeks for Clearcast legal clearance.

Important Considerations for TV Production Costs

TV advertising costs can greatly vary depending on what is required to make your advert effective. This goes beyond the production and editing process, as there are lots of things to take into account before you can even start recording.

Let’s take a look at some other factors which can affect TV advertising costs.

Voice Actors

These individuals are as important to the commercial as the visuals and you need to make sure you have a solid idea of what tone you want from the read, the style of your readers and if they need a local accent. The cost can vary considerably depending upon when and where your advert will transmit.

A national advert on ITV1 could cost several thousand just for your voiceover but a regional campaign on Tyne Tees might only cost a few hundred. You also need to consider whether to buy out a voice over for a short or long period. These same factors apply to you for music and using actors, meaning there isn’t a set price but instead, it’s based on what we call “usage”.

Studio Hire

This is traditionally something you would consider for a shoot requiring a controlled environment where you can build sets. Also, if you want to control everything from lighting to sound, a studio is the only way to go.

Limiting these variables is key to getting the most out of your shoots.

Size of Crew You Require

This will also affect costs as it can greatly vary depending on the project. Some clients can get away with a small crew of a DOP or camera operator and camera assistant plus a sound recordist which is relatively affordable, but others require a full team.

Lighting, make-up, wardrobe, set design, production assistant, Camera operator, Director, Focus puller, dolly operator etc. The size of your crew will be determined by the complexity of your shoot.

For most a small crew is enough but for those looking to create an ad on the scale of Nike or John Lewis then your only option is for a full team.

What is the Scope of Your Production?

What is your key objective for your advert – is it to promote your brand, sell a product that is so important as the creative treatment will need to reflect these objectives.

The more detailed you can be here the better, as scope also gives someone like the TVA a better idea of what you’re looking for, and how best to move forward.

How Much Does a TV Advert Cost?

Hopefully, you now have a better idea of TV advertising costs and what considerations need to be made before moving the project into the creation stage.

Looking for a helping hand in the creation stage? If so, know that we’ve got you covered.

At TVA, we help you plan an advertising campaign in line with your budget. From concept to completion, our team is on hand to act as your go-to guide.

For more information, get in touch with our friendly team! Let’s start something amazing.