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U.S. Loses .4% Of Television Households

There are now .4% (472,620) fewer U.S. households with TV this year as opposed to last year, according to Nielsen figures just released. And "with a growing general population, now nearing 315,000,000, any retreat is troubling news for networks and stations that depend on the delivery television provides, and the advertising revenue that goes along with it," writes Chris Ariens.

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