January 2006
Media Industry Newsletter;1/30/2006, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p5
Market Research Report
Reports that the reality television program "The Amazing Race: Family Edition" has the most number of product placement in the U.S. from September 18 to December 25, 2005. Number of the program's product placements; Other television programs that earned the highest product placement.


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