Still the one

Consoli, John
September 1998
MediaWeek;09/14/98, Vol. 8 Issue 34, Media Outlook p14
Trade Publication
Presents an outlook for United States network television in 1999. Remaining favorite by advertisers, despite dire predictions and cable TV; Favorable trend for the networks' financial picture; Re-invention for profitability; Things to do to stem the tide of audience erosion. INSET: Coming of age..


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