Most TV -- Broadcast or Cable -- Saw Ad Revenue Fall Last Year

Most TV -- Broadcast or Cable -- Saw Ad Revenue Fall Last Year

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- While the nation tuned in TV favorites such as "24," "Lost" and "The Biggest Loser," the majority of U.S. broadcast and cable networks tuned in ad-revenue declines in 2009, according to new full-year data from Kantar Media....
Most TV -- Broadcast or Cable -- Saw Ad Revenue Fall Last Year
               

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