CMT Takes Miss America's Crown

Umstead, R. Thomas
July 2005
Multichannel News;7/4/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 27, p10
Reports on the agreement signed by Country Music Television (CMT) to broadcast the 2006 Miss America Pageant live from Atlantic City, New Jersey. Primetime and household ratings of the network during second quarter of 2005; Reason of the network for airing the show several times according to Art McMaster, president and CEO of the Miss America Organization; Expected rating for the show, according to CMT vice president of programming and development Paul Villadolid.


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