Herskovitz, Jon
November 2000
Daily Variety;11/29/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 61, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on the increase in the earnings and profits of television networks in Japan attributed to the 2000 Sydney Olympics and increased advertising expenditures. Increase in the group net profit of Fuji TV by 50%; Increase in the revenue of Tokyo Broadcasting by 14%; Increases in the revenues of Nippon TV and Asahi.


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