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TV ad revenues tumble in Boston

Local stations lose $66m, double '08 national average

By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / May 13, 2009

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Advertising revenue in the Boston TV market fell more than double the national average last year, according to a new report, as politicians spent less on commercials in Massachusetts than in other states and the recession caused auto dealerships and other companies to cut back on TV ads. (Full article: 562 words)

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