Gross Rating Point

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'''[[GRP]]''' [[Gross Rating Point]]. Often used as a measure of the overall weight of an advertising campaign. One rating point is numerically equivalent to one per cent of the target audience. '''[[GRP]]''' [[Gross Rating Point]]. Often used as a measure of the overall weight of an advertising campaign. One rating point is numerically equivalent to one per cent of the target audience.
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 +== Also see ==
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 +*'''[[Average Minute Rating]]'''
 +*'''[[Total Viewer Hours]]'''
 +*'''[[Audience]]'''
 +*'''[[Total Viewer Hours]]'''
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GRP Gross Rating Point. Often used as a measure of the overall weight of an advertising campaign. One rating point is numerically equivalent to one per cent of the target audience.


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