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World Series Audience At Best Spot Since '09; Fox Voices Get Praise For Work To DatePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 28 / 16
Fox is averaging 18.3 million viewers through two games of the Indians-Cubs World Series, marking the best start to the Fall Classic since Phillies-Yankees averaged 19.2 million viewers for their matchup in '09. That series in '09 began on a Wednesday and Thursday, compared to this year's Tuesday/We...
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