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Election Year Ratings are Gold for Cable News

Politico: “The three major cable news networks are set to make nearly $2 billion in ad revenues, and the three main business networks are set to add another $458 million in ad revenue from just the 2016 calendar year.” The post Election Year Ratings are Gold for Cable News appeared first on Political Wire.
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