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The boycott of spirits advertising by the US national networks still exists, but the growing reach of cable and satellite TV channels has begun to make this position increasingly less important. And though alcohol advertising remains a contentious issue, as Monica Dobie reports, the allure of the spirits industry's deep pockets may soon prove hard to resist.


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