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Super Bowl XLVI – Six Screens to Glory

I’m a Giants fan. I also work in the media industry. But up until Saturday, it pains me to admit that I was part of the 30% of homes that still don’t have a HDTV. Now it was a moral imperative to experience the game in the best way possible, at least from my own

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Delivering Real Playoff NFL: Numbers For Local

The NFL’s Conference Championship Games broadcasts brought in huge audiences across the country, delivering national viewing numbers that were the highest in decades. But it’s at the local level that the ratings truly hit the stratosphere. Nationally, the NFC Championship game had a staggering 23.5 A25-54 rating (“American Idol” usually averages around a 9.0 A25-54

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Broadcast Answers the Bell for Delivering Sports to Men

They say that all you need to do is to put sports on TV and men will find it. Well, it’s not always quite that easy. In fact, lately it’s been the case that they find it quite a bit better on when it’s on broadcast television than when it airs on cable. During Major

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Funny You Should Ask – But Comedies Haven’t Gone Anywhere

A hot topic about television is the “Rebirth of the Sitcom.” Most point towards ABC’s Modern Family as the harbinger of this latest comedy renaissance on broadcast television. But there are plenty of other sitcoms that are delivering serious viewers – it’s not just NCIS, X-Factor, Dancing with the Stars, and the NFL that bring

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