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Spots v. Wall-to-Wall

NPR's reporting this morning that TV networks are reeling from the $180M
(broadcast nets alone) losses in lost inventory around 9/11.  Over the
weekend, there were more spots run amid coverage and more returning to
regular programming.  Could it be that while networks attempt to keep
solvent, viewers get the added benefit of some sense of (television)
normalcy?  Who'd a thunk that?

Bill O'Neill

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