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Should campaigners, publishers, broadcasters and politicos start calling Donald Trump "low-budget Trump"? At this point, yes. But broadcasters shouldn't fret about expected political advertising dollars. Here's why.
The flood of political advertising set to inundate the airwaves during Election 2016 may not be great for America, but it might be awesome for broadcasters.
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Regardless of whether Donald Trump spends as much on political advertising as Hillary Clinton, hotly contested senate races in swing states are expected to generate record-breaking spending.
TV broadcasters and investors are ready to bask in what looks to be a bloody -- and profitable -- election. But which broadcasters stand to gain the most?
More money will be spent in 2016 on political campaigns than ever before -- by a margin of billions. How will the money be spent and who will profit?
Donald Trump's presidential bid has radically changed the American political landscape this election cycle, including how politicians market themselves.
The political clash of the century will mean big bucks for one of the most hotly contested battlegrounds states, across House, Senate and presidential elections.
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