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FOX defends investment in Thursday Night Football

Not long after complaining about the impact of Thursday Night Football on his network’s Sunday NFL programming, FOX CEO James Murdoch is now defending the decision to commit more than $3 billion to the product over the next five years. “As the scarcity value of large audiences coming together around national events continues to rise, [more]
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