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TNT holds top slot

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Turner’s localized version of TNT remained the country’s most-watched pay TV net in 2004 for the second year running, according to research firm Ibope.

Cartoon Network moved up from third place to second, but 2003’s second-ranked Warner Channel fell to fifth.

In 2004, local company Globosat’s Multishow and sportscaster Sportv came in third and fourth.

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