"Overlap of C-SPAN and ESPN viewers is not 1 to 1."
March 28, 2014 2014-03-28T14:21:39-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/36e/20140328142149001_hd.jpgDuring his introduction of Yao Ming, and former NBA Commissioner David Stern, Brookings Institution's William Antholis says the overlap of C-SPAN and ESPN viewers is not 1 to 1.
During his introduction of Yao Ming, and former NBA Commissioner David Stern, Brookings Institution's William Antholis says the overlap of C-SPAN and ESPN viewers is not 1 to 1.
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- William "Bill" J. Antholis Managing Director and Sr. Fellow Brookings Institution->Governance Studies Program
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