October 2004
Broadcasting & Cable;10/18/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 42, p17
Presents a graphical representation of U.S. cities in which ratings of comedy television programs have increased as of October 2004. Los Angeles, California; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Birmingham, Alabama; Memphis, Tennessee; Greensboro, North Carolina.


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