Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Advertising

(asked on 26th October 2017) - View Source

Question to the Cabinet Office:

To ask Her Majesty's Government how much they and their agencies spent on commercial advertising on (1) TV, and (2) radio, in each year since 2009, broken down by region.


Answered by
Lord Young of Cookham Portrait
Lord Young of Cookham
This question was answered on 9th November 2017

The Government only holds this information from 2011. The majority of spend is conducted on a network (national) basis and splitting this spend by region is not possible.

Year

TV

Radio

2011

£33,379,859

£9,186,954

2012

£48,351,924

£15,243,673

2013

£39,254,363

£17,577,155

2014

£32,729,643

£14,308,621

2015

£51,729,850

£18,884,897

2016

£48,669,686

£11,927,962

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