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Overnight Ratings: NFL Honors Show Up From Recent Years; Phoenix Open Down Slightly

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 08 / 16

CBS drew a 3.3 overnight rating for the NFL Honors show on Saturday night, up from a 3.0 rating on NBC last year. The 3.3 also is up from a 2.0 on Fox in ’14. WASTE NOT : NBC yesterday finished with a 2.3 overnight for the final round of the PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open fro...

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