Money Paid To Media Outlets by Statewide Candidates

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Incumbent Secretary of State Tom Schedler (R)

Slidell Independent: $200

Times Picayune: $5,000

Facebook: $10,000

YouTube: $2,000

Governor candidate Tara Hollis (D)

Springhill Theater: $250

Facebook: $250

Moon Griffon Show: $2,000

KNOE-Monroe: $1,560

KSLA-Shreveport: $599

KJAE-Leesville: $750

Incumbent Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain (R)

Moon Griffon Show: $1,000

Labor Leader newspaper: $395

Incumbent Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne (R)

The Advocate: $7,800

KADN-TV Lafayette: $7,560

KALB-TV Alexandria: $8,700

KAQY-TV Shreveport: $419

KARD-TV West Monroe: $7,000

KATC-TV Lafayette: $8,900

KLAX-TV Alexandria: $158

KLFY-TV Lafayette: $11,941

KMSS-TV Shreveport: $25.50

KNOE-TV Monroe: $6,700

KPLC-TV Lake Charles: $11,900

KSLA-TV Shreveport: $6,200

KTAL-TV Shreveport: $4,500

KTBS-TV Shreveport: $6,800

KTVE-TV West Monroe: $2,900

KVHP-TV Lake Charles: $4,200

NALB-TV Alexandria: $1,000

WAFB-TV CHANNEL 9 Baton Rouge: $39,100

WDSU-TV New Orleans: $6,300

WGMB-TV Baton Rouge: $3,300

WGNO-TV Metairie: $3,800

WVLA-TV Baton Rouge: $2,200

WVUE-TV New Orleans: $6,300

WWL-TV New Orleans: $5,593.00

Lieutenant governor candidate Billy Nungesser (R)

Avoyelles Publishing: $832

KYKZ Radio Lake Charles: $1,500

La. Farm & Ranch magazine: $750

Alexandria Suddenlink: $7,300

Alexandria SuddenLinkSuddenLink: $6,885

Baton Rouge Comcast: $8,900

Baton Rouge Cox $73,200

KADN: $10,495.00

KALB: $31,500

KAOK-AM: $3,500

KAQY: $8,200

KARD: $33,800

KATC: $53,400

KEEL-AM: $6,300

KELD-AM: $1,700

KLAX: $21,500

KLFY: $46,000

KMLB-AM: $1,300

KMSS: $14,100

KNOC-AM $2,300

KNOE: $23,650

KPLC: $33,500

KRMD-AM: $4,400

KSLA: $22,600

KSYL-AM: $2,400

KTAL: $12,900

KTBS: $24,600

KTVE: $37,400

KVCL-AM: $2,200

KVHP: $35,000

KWLA-AM: $1,200

Lafayette Cox: $33,200

Lafayette SuddenLink: $11,000

Lake Charles Suddenlink: $13,500

Monroe Comcast: $10,800

Monroe Suddenlink: $15,000

Moon Griffon: $6,700

NALB: $9,300

New Orleans Charter: $21,000

New Orleans Comcast: $39,000

New Orleans Cox: $58,000

Shreveport CMA: $14,100

Shreveport SuddenLink: $51,600

TheHayride.com: $2,823

WAFB: $63,000

WBRZ: $29,700

WDSU: $5,785.00

WGMB: $16,000

WGNO: $3,300

WNOL: $910.00

WNTZ: $11,600

WVLA: $13,200

WVUE: $31,250.00

WWL: $15,200.00

Incumbent Gov. Bobby Jindal (R)

225 MAGAZINE: $2,352.00

AMC THEATRES: $10,800

BUSINESS REPORT: $27,600

CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS: $21,400

COMCAST: $24,300

COX COMMUNICATIONS INC.: $328,500

ESPN INC.: $6,000.00

HOLLYWOOD THEATERS: $2,240.00

KADN-TV: $12,000

KALB-TV: $72,000

KAQY-TV: $5,900

KARD-TV: $7,500

KATC-TV: $77,000

KLAX-TV: $13,000

KLFY-TV: $72,600

KMSS-TV: $30,000

KNOE-TV: $72,600

KPLC-TV: $83,700

KPXJ-TV: $1,200

KSLA-TV: $142,000

KTAL-TV: $46,000

KTBS-TV: $72,000

KTVE-TV: $30,500

KVHP-TV: $35,000

NALB-TV: $4,000

REGAL CINEMAS: $5,400

SUDDENLINK COMMUNICATIONS: $85,700

THE CONCORDIA SENTINEL: $6,000

THE FRANKLIN SUN: $6,000

THE OUACHITA CITIZEN: $6,000

WAFB-TV: $195,000

WBRZ-TV: $113,000

WDSU-TV: $101,500

WGMB-TV: $36,400

WGNO-TV: $35,500

WNOL-TV: $5,700

WNTZ-TV: $9,200

WVLA-TV: $29,700

WVUE-TV: $112,000

WWL-TV: $182,000

SOURCE: Louisiana Ethics Administration, based on reports filed between Jan. 1, 2011, to Oct. 15, 2011.