Baseball Ad Revenue Steady in 2018 Season

by Jon Lafayette, Broadcasting & Cable

During the regular season, Major League Baseball games drove in $230.5 million in national advertising revenue, roughly the same as last year, according to new figures from Kantar Media.

Kantar Media’s figures run through Sept. 26, which means a few season ending games weren’t counted including two tie-breaking game 163s in the National League Monday in which the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs to win the Central Division and the Los Angeles Dodgers topped the Colorado Rockies to claim the West Division crown.

For 2017, baseball games scored $230.6 million in ad revenue, up from $225.2 million in 2016.

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