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The Grammy Ratings Decline

“Ratings for Grammy Awards Drop 24 Percent” It’s the end of the monoculture. There’s a fiction we all care about the same things. We don’t. The ascension of the importance of the Grammys coincided with the MTV era, and that ended nearly twenty years ago. So why did viewership then go up? First of all, […]
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