Game 7 Saves 2014 World Series From Record-Low TV Ratings

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- The 2014 World Series was saved from being the least-viewed in history by a deciding seventh game that drew a 15.3 rating and was projected to be the highest-rated primetime broadcast for Fox since January. Bloomberg’s Matt Miller examines the numbers and the trouble Major league Baseball faces in building a television audience. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

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