Ad drop fears strike Viacom, Disney stox

DiOrio, Carl
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/09/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 26, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on a decline in the share prices of Viacom Inc. and Walt Disney Co. on January 8, 2001, due to concerns that a slowing economy will lead to a softening of the advertising market. Percentage decline in each of the two companies' shares; Performance of other television broadcasting companies' stocks.


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