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Audience Analysis: F1 U.S. Grand Prix At Lowest Point Since '12; WNBA Finals Drops 3%

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 28 / 16

NBC on Sunday drew 727,000 viewers for the F1 U.S. Grand Prix from Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, marking the race’s lowest figure since its debut on Speed TV in ’12 (688,000 viewers). The audience is down from 889,000 viewers last year and 788,000 viewers in ’14, both o...

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