Tucson TV stations took in $84.6 million last year

Hatfield, David
March 2008
Inside Tucson Business;3/3/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 39, p15
The article reports developments related to the media industry in Tucson, Arizona. A data from BIA Financial Network reported that the city's television stations earned a total of $84.6 million in revenue in 2007. The telecast of the 2008 Academy Awards in February 24 is noted to only have 32 million viewers worldwide, the lowest for the event shown in television. A scholarship fund was created in memory of the late KWBA 58/cable 8 manager Ron Bergamo.


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