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Prime-time ratings keep sinking

Another weekend of NFL games, another example of the trend of reduced TV viewership of games. Via SportsBusiness Daily, Monday night’s Buccaneers-Panthers snoozer generated a 6.5 rating, down from 8.5 from last year’s Steelers-Chargers game to cap Week Five. That’s a 24-percent drop. As expected, Sunday night’s Giants-Packers dropped sharply, thanks to a presidential debate…
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