Advertising Fallout NPR's Elaine Korry reports that television networks lost hundreds of millions of dollars in ad revenues by suspending commercials during the first few days after the terrorist attacks. News magazines also published ad-free special editions. Commercials have reappeared, but corporate sponsors are being very careful about their content.
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NPR's Elaine Korry reports that television networks lost hundreds of millions of dollars in ad revenues by suspending commercials during the first few days after the terrorist attacks. News magazines also published ad-free special editions. Commercials have reappeared, but corporate sponsors are being very careful about their content.