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Oprah Show Finale Asking $1 Million For 30-Second Ad Spot

With the finale of Oprah Winfrey's talk show fast approaching, advertisers are being asked to shell out the big bucks.

The asking price for a 30-second spot to reach viewers on the finale of her daytime show is currently at $1 million, according to Horizon Media.

The $1 million mark has been surpassed by a number of series finales over the last few years, but there hasn't been anything close in primetime.

The number is similar to what ABC demanded to advertise on the 'Lost' series finale ($900,000) last year and the highest since 'Everybody Loves Raymond' commanded $1.2 million to reach an audience of over 30 million in 2005.

NBC asked $1.4 million to reach an astounding 76.3 million with its 'Seinfeld' finale.

April 13, 2011 |

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