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Latest TVSpot purchasing cost trends and its trend forecast by SPIINDEX for Y20172016.06.24

SPI, a pioneer of strategic/statistical media planning/analysis & Media buying audit sector in Japan, encourages “optimizing marketing ROI” and “achieving transparency / accountability”,
has analyzed the TVSpot cost trend in the latest Japanese market, according to “SPIINDEX = TVSpot cost benchmark (Market average) in the Japanese market”.

●What is the “SPIINDEX” for Cost Analysis ?
…SPIINDEX is the “TVSpot cost benchmark (Market average) in the Japanese market”.
…It is originally developed by SPI, which is referring to “Sales and GRP of All TV Spots” and “SPI’s TV Spot cost-datapool (mining media buying costs of over 100 advertisers)”

It has been concluded that:

  • Costs in Y2015 are totally same level against Y2014
  • Inflation comes from end of Y2015 to Y2016 1st half, however, it is forecasted be stopped at the mid of Y2016
  • Costs in 2016 2nd half are forecasted to be deflation against previous year, at least until March in Y2017

*However, there are huge differences in advertisers by area and station.

1, Costs in Y2015 are totally same level against Y2014
2, Inflation comes from end of Y2015 to Y2016 1st half, however, it is forecasted be stopped at the mid of Y2016

■The trend of SPIINDEX = TVSpot cost benchmark (Market average) in the Japanese market

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3, Costs in 2016 2nd half are forecasted to be deflation against previous year, at least until March in Y2017

●SPI Index forecast, Methodology

  • Indices used for the trend forecast: SP IIndex and TOPIX (Tokyo Stock Price Index)
    SPI found a strong correlation between the SPIINDEX and the TOPIX.
  • A key finding in SPI’s analysis is that the trend of the SPIINDEX follows that of TOPIX 9 months later.
    The analysis indicates that the general business market trend that appears in such indexes as TOPIX could affect advertising spending, and the trend is reflected in the SPIINDEX that showcases the balance between the demand and the supply in the overall advertising industry.
  • SPIINDEX & TOPIX show the weighted trend that excludes seasonality and noise by SPI’s analytic/mathematical-modeling.
  • See the graph of SPI-analysis regarding the correlation between the SPIINDEX and TOPIX

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●SPIINDEX Forecast analysis with the correlation-analysis between TOPIX and SPIINDEX by SPI 201606_4.png


Shiro Kokue: Senior consultant
Ayumi Watanabe: Senior analyst / Assistant Manager of Public-Relation

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