He may be low on delegates and votes thus far, but former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is seemingly pulling out all the stops ahead of March 3’s “Super Tuesday” primary elections by continuing to dominate all Spot TV campaigns and boosting his efforts at Spot Cable.
Bloomberg has also bumped up his radio efforts, and is now at the top of the Spot Ten Radio report.
According to Media Monitors, the Mike Bloomberg for President campaign ranks No. 1 with 55,527 spots.
This surpasses last week’s topper, Progressive — now at No. 2 with some 50,478 spots.
The rest of the Spot Ten includes such committed radio advertisers as Indeed.com, Vicks, GEICO and ZipRecruiter.
Meanwhile, audio efforts to get people to respond to the 2020 Census are rising, as seen with a No. 9 finish from the Census Bureau.