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More Than 9 Million Viewers Tune In To Watch Euro 2016 Match On ZDF

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 24 / 16

German public broadcaster ZDF "drew more than 9 million viewers for its broadcast of the Euro 2016 game between Sweden and Belgium," according to Robert Meyer of QUOTENMETER. The game attracted 9.02 million viewers and obtained a 33.2% market share starting at 9pm on Wednesday. In the target demogra...

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