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ITV Will Aim To Cut Costs By $33M Next Year Amid Post-Brexit Uncertainty

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 16

ITV, Britain's biggest commercial broadcaster, will aim to cut £25M ($32.8M) of costs next year "whilst the economic outlook remains uncertain" after the vote to leave the EU, according to Lauren Fedor of the FINANCIAL TIMES. ITV CEO Adam Crozier said that it was "too early to say" what i...

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