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October 25, 2007
BY KEVIN McNAMARA
Journal Sports Writer
BOSTON -- Fox Sports just announced that ratings for Game One of the Series were the best for the network since 2004 and really big in the Providence market.
Game One earned a 10.5 rating (16.9 million viewers). That's up 31 percent over the rating (8.0) of last year's first game between Detroit and St. Louis.
Fox also released numbers for local markets. In Boston, the game drew a 50.4 rating and a 70 share, meaning 70 percent of all TV's on were tuned to the game.
Providence was the second-highest market with a 40.5 rating and 72 share. That was ahead of Denver (35.8/51).
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