Let the games and races begin

Kim, Hank
September 2001
Brandweek;9/24/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 35, pSR6
Trade Publication
Discusses several factors that could impact the media spending in the United States in 2002. Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah; Congressional and gubernatorial campaigns; Campaign finance reform.


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