The Washington, D.C., TV market now is the nation’s seventh largest in the new 2015-2016 TV season market-size rankings by Nielsen, reports DCRTV.

DCRTV stated that according to Nielsen, NYC remains first, followed by LA, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, and San Francisco-Oakland. The U.S., as a whole, lost nearly 500,000 TV households in the last year. Washington was among five of the top-10 markets that gained TV households in the past year. Baltimore is ranked 26th in the new numbers, just below Raleigh-Durham but above Indianapolis. If Washington and Baltimore were combined as one single market, it would rank third on the national list, slightly larger than Chicago.

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