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MLB Division Series Ratings Up for TBS

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TBS is seeing an increase in viewership during the 2009 MLB Divisional Series. In the first two days of the LDS, TBS is averaging a 3.1 household rating and a 15% increase in total viewers (4,525,000 vs. 3,929,000). The LDS has averaged 3,526,000 households in the first two day making it the highest two-day average for the LDS since 2005. All key demographics have seen an increase with males aged 18-34 increasing 19% from last year. Locally yesterday's Cardinals-Dodgers game got a 6.5 rating in Los Angeles, and the Red Sox-Angels game got a 8.0.

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