June 2004
DNR: Daily News Record;6/28/2004, Vol. 34 Issue 26, p40
Trade Publication
Lists the top rating television shows in the U.S. among male viewers, ages 18 to 34 as of June 2004. "The Apprentice"; "Friends"; "American Idol"; "The Simpsons"; "Monday Night Football."


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