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STREET TALK

The average cost to produce a 30-second, national TV commercial in 1999 was $343,000—a 16 percent increase ($48,000) from the previous year—according to the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's) '99 Television Production Cost Survey. That's the largest hike in the 13-year history...

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