Television as an audio-visual platform shows products and services as it is in a persuasive and enticing manner which placed it over others mass media, it is on this that the study examined television advertisement of Milo beverage on consumers purchasing habit among Uyo residents. The study was anchored on Social Judgement Theory. Cross-sectional survey research method was used as a quantitative design. Data were collected using questionnaire. The stratified sampling method was used to get the sample size. Data gathered from the study were analysed, tested and interpreted using descriptive statistics (sample percentage, frequency and table). The research finds out that majority of the respondents own a set of television and view Milo advertisement. The research is anchored on two theories which are perception theory and cultivation theory. The research recommends that adverting should be real and interesting so as to call and retain prospective buyers for the advertised product. And also the manufacturers of Milo beverage should try as much as possible to make their advert consistent in order to increase awareness and more patronage for consumers.
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