How much does a show bet pay?

A) $2.25 million for 10 episodes, $6 million for 15, and $25 million for 25. If a show only ran for 2 weeks and made $10 million, it’d be a $2.5 million bet.

The minimum is $1.95 million. The standard is $2.5 million.

Why are they so popular?

It’s about the characters. When you’ve got three women, you get three different personalities at all times. Plus, you’ve got a lot of banter and back-and-forth that happens on television, so it’s kind of a big deal.

Are people paying enough?

Yes.”

Q) What is the minimum a show can expect?

A) The amount of advertising revenue the network is entitled to.

Source: ABC

Q) What’s an ad-buying firm’s minimum for an episode of a show?

A) An average spot should be around $1.5 million.

Ancillary revenue is also important — this is the part where networks pay outside companies like public relations agencies to do press releases. The minimum for an “original” ad is about $40,000.

Source: ABC

The latest to join Facebook is a 29-year-old Brazilian businessman who has reportedly raised eyebrows after asking: ‘Why are they using my face to promote their product?’

Michael Morin, who has lived in Dubai for the past decade, said: ‘I’m a huge fan of Facebook because of how quickly they have managed to change how people use the internet… I’m a fan of Facebook because of how easy that service is to use with a large degree of control.

‘There are different things that I’d like to see improved if I could choose. I’d like to see more access to news sources, but that’s not really a Facebook issue.

The latest to join Facebook is a 29-year-old Brazilian businessman who has reportedly raised eyebrows after asking: ‘Why are they using my face to promote their product?’

Michael Morin (pictured) has lived in Dubai for the past decade. While he’s used his wealth to get himself involved with the social network, he admits to not being a fan of Facebook

‘There are some issues you can’t change.’

He does however claim that he’s been contacted by media organisations in the past, and wants to get his views on