We’re in that time of the year when an incredible number of people’s interests focused on the professional football playoffs. It’s an era when billions of dollars are being spent on gaining the rights to televise. Viewing ratings are high and there seems to be ample companies spending millions to advertise during the games.
The teams and the league pocket millions of dollars from television networks. There is a growing concern that television does such a good job in its coverage that fewer fans are buying tickets for seats at games. The Wall Street Journal reported that the National Football League is struggling to sell tickets to some playoff games while the television ratings soar.
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