Local Stations Suffer From Ad Plunge

May 1, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Local television advertising sales have fallen as much as 30% to 40% from their peak in markets such as Los Angeles, as no new sources of revenue are replacing the decline in advertising from the auto industry, Daily Variety reports. As a result, local stations can no longer spend money on things such as high-paid news anchors, the newspaper says.
—Danny King

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  1. The truth is – this wont work efficiently by any means. Crazy idea, EOT!

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