Fox, NBC competing for male sports viewers

Lafayette, Jon
August 1996
Electronic Media;8/19/96, Vol. 15 Issue 34, p31
Reports on Media Nielsen Research results showing male viewership of sports television programs in the United States. Fox and NBC's competition for male sports programs.


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