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ESPN Becomes First Network To Negotiate Deals That Include Out-Of-Home TV Audience

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 30 / 16

In becoming the first network to "successfully negotiate deals that include an out-of-home TV audience, ESPN's ad sales team this summer accomplished a feat that no group in the history of the medium had ever managed to pull off," according to Anthony Crupi of AD AGE. ESPN took out-of-home...

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