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For-Sale Current TV Faces Diminished Prospects

Current TV recently put itself on the market -- but its prospects for a happy payday are low as "it seeks to lure buyers even as it struggles with low ratings and questions about its cable distribution," writes Claire Atkinson. "The network, started in 2005 by former Vice President Al Gore, averaged only around 35,000 viewers in the first two weeks of October, according to Nielsen figures."

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