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More Than 5 Million Viewers Watch Women's World Cup Third-Place Match

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 06 / 15

German public broadcaster ARD "recorded more than 5 million viewers for its broadcast of the Women's World Cup third-place game between Germany and England," according to Manuel Nunez Sanchez of QUOTENMETER. The game, which started at 10pm, attracted an average of 5.39 million viewers. The number tr...

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