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NFL TV partners giving away ads to make up for lower ratings

This season has seen lower ratings for the National Football League and as a result, the league’s TV partners are giving away make good commercials to advertisers. As the ratings have fallen as much as 11% across the board with primetime games taking the biggest hit, CBS, ESPN, Fox and NBC have had to provide […] The post NFL TV partners giving away ads to make up for lower ratings appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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