ITV’s Royal Wedding coverage will cost £8m in lost revenue

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Updated on Thursday 7 April 2011
Posted by @TVNewsroom

ITV has been forced to air its royal wedding coverage without commercial breaks which could lead to a loss of £8 Million in advertising revenue.

Forecasts show that the expected revenue in advertising is set to increase by 12 % in the next month.

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