Interesting article about the declining number of radio and TV commercials being produced. This one is heavily from the Union Actor point of view, but still the trend is real.
“The economic downturn has affected just about every sector of the national workforce. Commercial and voiceover actors have not been immune. Though many in the industry—from performers to their union representatives—say it’s tough to gauge exactly how many people are having a hard time finding commercial and voiceover gigs these days, all agree that things seem slow and that advertising spending is in flux.”