Amdur, Meredith
December 2003
Daily Variety;12/8/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 45, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the expected financial prospect for station groups and broadcast conglomerates in the U.S. from the 2004 Democratic presidential campaign. Estimate of the 2004 total political spending; Increment to TV, radio, and newspaper markets; Impact of political spending on local advertising.


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