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Do you need an 80ft video wall projection to attract attention?
Probably not! (Although we can create it if it makes sense.) But more importantly, you DO need a creative plan, arresting graphics, vivid imagery, and a compelling, authentic message to get the attention of your target audience! Our focus is on integrating marketing and creative strategies so both do the heavy lifting simultaneously in order to change consumer behavior. Communication channels are everywhere today. Whether it’s Digital Video, Television, or out-of-home video projection, the process is still the same: decide what, where, why and how, and then communicate it authentically and engage with the target audience across multiple channels.

MPA’s business model is to work closely with select creative partners, bringing the best creative strategy to fit each client’s needs and location. We play well with others to achieve the best end result for our client.

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  • 20Mar2019

    Television Remains Dominant Medium

    Media habits are changing at an exponential rate as consumers find new paths to viewing television programming, creating much confusion for advertisers in how to reach their prospective audience. The majority of broadcast television viewing is via cable and satellites, however, the rate of disconnect is alarming. Streaming video through internet access is rapidly changing how advertisers allocate funds and purchase media buys.

  • 10Jan2019

    Why Blogging On Your Website Is Important

    Ok. It's a new year and time to establish priorities and goals. And, adding blogs to our website is number one! But why? What is the benefit of blogging? Here's 5 reasons why blogs are important.

  • 07Nov2017

    GOT A CALL FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

    When I answered the phone it was a woman from the Department of Justice.  Sure!  I thought this was a prank call.  But then she went on to explain that the reason for the call was to set up a conference call with their lawyers to discuss the upcoming Tribune and Sinclair Broadcasting merger and the impact on my retail client in the Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem market.   How interesting!  In my 35+ years of media buying handling some larger, Fortune 500 accounts, I've never been asked by the government about my opinion. . . .nor do I know anyone else in the industry that has.  What did they want to know?

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  • Have you ever wondered if you are really getting all the media exposure you pay for? Do you know where the hidden costs are if your staff or your ad agency is not skilled at forecasting rating points? Do you know how often the stations on your buy run the wrong traffic or fail to deliver the planned GRPs?

    Do your customers allow YOU to charge for products and services that weren't delivered as ordered? Do you know many ad agencies and advertisers do exactly that? You shouldn't pay for media that doesn't run as projected, negotiated and ordered; but you probably do if you aren't conducting media performance audits.

    One client hired MPA to conduct a sample audit of their in-house media department. They selected three markets- Dallas, Charlotte and Pittsburgh. We audited their entire process – from plans to buys, from invoices to payment vouchers.They advertised weekly entertainment events so it was important that spots run as ordered. Most radio stations demanded payment in advance because entertainment clients are considered "transient" advertisers.To our client's surprise (but not ours) the media performance audit revealed that not one single radio station ran their schedules as ordered. Traffic was wrong, critical days were missed, the number of spots varied, but the client was paying 100% for the advertising as ordered.

    I thought we were running a pretty tight operation until MPA conducted a performance audit. The annual impact of this slippage easily cost our company over $250,000 per year. We believe in the MPA way of guarding our money.

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