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With cable numbers shrinking and ESPN and Fox laying off staff, TV rights, especially for property that’s already popular, isn’t exactly a growth industry.
Some entities, especially those operating in slow-growth industries, lack enticing investing opportunities, while others hope to attract loyal shareholders who presumably will stick around for the long haul.
More room in the cemetery The Haunted Graveyard, which was brought to you for the first time last year by the macabre geniuses of The Mortuary haunted house on Canal Street, is apparently a growth industry.
Today’s uninspiring ads, Lee says, threaten a flat-sales-growth industry such as television, while digital and social-media platforms take bigger bites out of the national-ad pie.
Reproductive labor is a growth industry, and the workers downstairs are lining up to apply for the job.
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