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Voted & Quoted

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"Considering threats from the Internet, video-on-demand, TiVo and other entertainment choices, instead of a price increase, there should be a price cut."

-Jeff Linder/Exec VP-creative director/Della Femina Rothschild Jeary, New York

"The upfront process gives the upper hand to sellers, and the recent news of a strong scatter marketplace will add to their already advantageous position. ...It is intuitive to conclude that if you have more money you have more clout as a buyer, but in reality that's proving to be a myth."

-Greg Clausen/Exec VP-director of media/ Cramer-Krasselt/Chicago

"No. If you look at the percentage of their programs that reach the $100,000-plus income households, CBS falls below NBC."

-Brian Decker/Exec VP-media director/Eisner Communications/Baltimore

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