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Umstead, R. Thomas. "Feedback muddy from Woodstock PPV. (Woodstock '94 music festival; pay-per-view TV)." Multichannel News. Reed Business Information, 2000 Clearwater Dr., Oak Brook, IL 60523 USA. 1994. HighBeam Research. 11 Aug. 2011 <[web.archive.org]>.
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If Woodstock '94 wasn't the full-fledged pay-per-view hit promoters were hoping for, it was a far cry from the musical flops that have dotted the PPV landscape in recent years.
Total buy-rates for the Aug. 13-14 mudfest depended on how they were calculated but they were a bit below industry expectations.
Promoter Polygram Diversified Entertainment last Thursday released a preliminar buy-rate for the two-day event ranging between 1 and 1.5 percent. It was unclear, however, whether PDE counted each two-day package buy -- which retaile at a suggested price of $49.95 -- as 1.3 buys or as a single purchase. PDE executives could not be reached for comment by press time. …
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