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Drew2k said:
For those without a PDF reader (!), here's the DMA list in Wiki: DMA Listing
Drew, that's last year's list. I'll have the LiL lists updated soon... if I don't get totally ticked off over a certain man speaking on the TV right now...
 

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Drew, that's last year's list. I'll have the LiL lists updated soon... if I don't get totally ticked off over a certain man speaking on the TV right now...
D'oh! That link is on the front page of the DBSTalk web site, too! Where are the Wiki updaters? :p
 

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OK, now... all LiL lists are updated now.
 

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Damn, Lansing dropped 2 more places, down 3 in the last two years.
 

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What are these ranking supposed to mean?

What are they used for?

Mike
 

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MicroBeta said:
What are these ranking supposed to mean?

What are they used for?

Mike
From Wikipedia: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_market)

A Designated Market Area (DMA) is a group of counties in the United States that are covered by a specific group of television stations. The term was coined by Nielsen Media Research, and they control the trademark on it. There are 210 DMAs in the United States.

These market areas can also be used to define restrictions on rebroadcasting of broadcast television signals. Generally speaking, only stations within the same market area can be rebroadcast. The only exception to this rule is the "significantly viewed" list.
 
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