Media Counts Storm's Cost; Future Cloudy

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DALLAS Losses to Gulf Coast broadcasters and cable operators in the wake of Hurricane Katrina are estimated at $250 million by one trade journal, and the road to recovery is still hidden by debris, industry experts said.

“We’re entering into the fall, which is a really important time for television with the new fall season,” said analyst Mark Fratrik, vice president at media research firm BIA Financial.

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