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TBS' LCS Audience Down 44% With Smaller Markets, NFL Competition
Published October 17, 2011
Compared to the five-game Phillies-Dodgers NLCS in '09, Cardinals-Brewers was down 24% in ratings and viewership (3.8 rating/6.1 million viewers). Last night’s series-clinching game earned a 3.6 rating and 5.9 million viewers, marking the top-rated game of the NLCS, but down 50% in ratings and viewership from the ALCS clincher last year, which earned a 7.2 rating and 11.863 million viewers on a Friday night.