CMT, TNN enjoy country music popularity

Stern, Christopher
June 1993
Broadcasting & Cable;6/28/93, Vol. 123 Issue 26, p39
Reports on Country Music Television (CMT) and TNN's taking advantage of the popularity of country music in marketing campaigns. CMT senior vice president of sales and marketing.


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