TV Channels watched by Adults ABC1
The TV channels in the image above all provide the advertiser a route to reaching adults ABC1.
The channels on the left have relatively smaller audiences, a lower cost per spot and a high percentage of adult ABC1 watching their programmes. The channels on the right have relatively large audiences, a high cost per spot and provide higher volumes of adults ABC1 per broadcast.
The lower cost per spot on some of the smaller channels like; Comedy Central, Good Food, Sky Arts and E-entertainment, provides the opportunity to show adult ABC1 viewers your advert multiple times for a relatively small budget.
The higher cost per spot on some of the larger channels like; ITV, Channel 4, Dave, Five, More 4, ITV2, E4, ITV3, Sky News and Sky Atlantic, enables advertisers to reach high numbers of adults ABC1 with a single broadcast.
For a detailed overview of these channels, visit the TV Channels section. To create a TV plan targeting adults ABC1, click here and complete the television campaign planning form.
Television Viewing for Adults ABC1
ABC1 viewers are also increasingly turning to time shifted viewing as a means of keeping up with their favourite programmes, often fitting their engagement with such content around their busy daily routines.
Due to the relatively high incomes of ABC1 adults, the demographic often displays a willingness to invest in the latest media technology, with digital television accessed by the vast majority of this audience base. Subscriptions to premium services are also prevalent, with Sky particularly popular as a result of its sport and film offerings.
Television Advertising to ABC1 adults
ABC1 adults are generally receptive towards advertisements promoting products of particular interest to them, but they’re also selective in their engagement, meaning brands must be creative in the execution of targeted advertising campaigns.
Changes in the socio-economic climate during recent years have facilitated a steady growth in the number of ABC1 adults living in the UK. Driven by an upsurge in educational opportunities, changes in employment patterns and a shift towards knowledge based occupations, household incomes for the middle classes have risen, providing television advertisers with a large, affluent and, most importantly, media hungry audience base.
There are approximately 24 million ABC1 adults in the UK, 12.8 million of which are male. This sizeable audience is more likely than C2DE adults to live within a family-orientated environment, balancing full-time employment with raising children.
As a result, the viewing habits of ABC1 adults are becoming increasingly fragmented, with late night viewing drawing in the biggest audiences across both sexes.
For a detailed overview of the TV channels, watched by each target audience, look under 'Channels' in the navigation on the left. To create a TV plan for your business click here and complete the television campaign planning form.