April 2006
CableFAX Daily;4/28/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 83, p3
Market Research Report
Identifies the sponsors for the commercial-free premiere of the TNT television program "Saved." Schedule of the premiere; Marketers that will have product placements on the show.


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