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Audience Analysis: U.S. Open Four-Day Viewership Is Lowest Since At Least '95

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 24 / 16

Fox and FS1, in the second year of their U.S. Open rights, combined to average 2.34 million viewers across four days of coverage of the U.S. Open, marking the lowest figure for the event on record (dating back to ’95). The net had 47.5 total hours of coverage this year, also a record, which in...

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