'MNF' falls short of goals

Greppi, Michele
January 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;01/02/2001, Vol. 366 Issue 17, p53
Assesses the ratings of the United States television program 'Monday Night Football,' aired by ABC Sports. Growth of televiewers in the audience segment most prized by advertisers; Ranking of the program alongside other networks' primetime shows; High point of the season; Average number of viewers recorded by 'Monday Night Football' for the year 2000.


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