Nielsen's top 10 syndicated TV programs

June 1995
MediaWeek;6/5/95, Vol. 5 Issue 23, p30
Trade Publication
Presents Nielsen's Syndication Service's ranking of the top syndicated television programs in the United States for the week ending May 21, 1995. Includes `Wheel of Fortune'; `Jeopardy'; `Oprah Winfrey Show.'


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