August 2011
Daily Variety;8/30/2011, Vol. 312 Issue 37, p2
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The article reports that the television program "MTV Video Music Awards" aired on MTV Networks on August 28, 2011 drew 12.4 million viewers, becoming the most viewed show in the network's history.


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