Agencies reeling as ad projections spiral downward

Maddox, Kate
October 2001
B to B;10/15/2001, Vol. 86 Issue 19, p3
Reports the effect of September 11 terrorist attacks on advertising companies in the United States. Amount lost in cable television; Percentage on decrease advertising revenue; Plans of advertising companies.


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