Advertising drives first-quarter income jump at Capacities/ABC

Foisie, Geoffrey
April 1993
Broadcasting & Cable;4/26/93, Vol. 123 Issue 17, p53
Reports on Capital Cities/ABC's first-quarter operating income increase that was boosted by an improved advertising market. Income jumped 48 percent, to $127.7 million, on a 12 percent revenue gain, to $947 million; ABC-TV network revenue from two NFL playoff games; Broadcasting costs up by eight percent.


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