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Robert Kendrick watches MSNBC broadcasting video of a Saddam
Hussein statue falling in Baghad, Iraq, in a television store in
Santa Clara, Calif. Cable news networks covered the war 24 hours a
day for three weeks and were rewarded with huge audiences. Now
they're looking for ways to hold on to those viewers as the war
winds down.

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Cable networks look to postwar era

Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC have eagerly fed a public hungry for war news, 24 hours a day. What happens when that hunger subsides?


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