NFL advertising revenue falls sharply despite higher TV ratings

For the TV industry, this National Football League season has brought good news and bad news. The good: Ratings for professional football — the most valuable type of TV programming — are up 5 percent compared with last year. NFL broadcasts are averaging 15.8 million viewers this season, boosted by record-high

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